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Brazilian Cinema

Brazilian Cinema

Brazil has a rich cultural and cinema history. Explore this collection including some of the South American nation's most acclaimed films of the modern era.

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Brazilian Cinema
  • The Space in Between: Marina Abramović and Brazil

    In search of personal healing and artistic inspiration, boundary-pushing performance artist Marina Abramovic travels through Brazil experiencing sacred rituals and exploring limits between art, immateriality and consciousness. How far will she go to create her work of art?

    Premiering at SXSW, TH...

  • Through Ernesto's Eyes

    Ernesto, a seventy-eight-year-old Uruguayan photographer living in Brazil, faces the limitations of old age, such as loneliness and growing blindness, which he thinks he can disguise. When Ernesto became a widower, he learned that aging is about filling the silences with a spinning record, with t...

  • Coffee with Cinnamon

    Violeta lives in a tight-knit community in Bahia, Brazil. She is far from the only one struggling with grief and loss: there is also a grandmother entirely dependent on care, a woman desperately searching for love and a young doctor who – after 20 years – is left by his great love, a much older m...

  • Found Memories

    Every morning, Madalena makes bread for Antonio's old coffee shop, crosses the railroad tracks where no trains have passed for years, cleans up the gate of the cemetery, and listens to the priest's sermon before sharing lunch with the other old villagers. Life here in Jotuomba proceeds as it has ...

  • Only When I Dance

    This feel-good documentary, which was nominated for the Documentary Jury Prize at the Tribeca Film Festival, follows Irlan and Isabela, two teenagers from the violent favelas of Rio de Janeiro, as they pursue their dreams of becoming professional ballet dancers. A truly inspiring story that takes...

  • Veronica

    Veronica is fresh out of medical school. It's a crucial time in her life, a period filled with doubts and important decisions to be made: tough career choices, her intimate bond with her ailing father, and her active but chaotic love life. Veronica must deal with all of them as she tries to cope ...

  • Papa-Figo

    A child's play turns out to be a nightmare when they set out to challenge an urban legend.

    Director Alex Reis, 1996, was born in São Paulo. He is an Actor, Director, Editor and Storyboarder. PAPA-FIGO is his debut film as director and screenwriter.

    BRAZIL | 2018 | PORTUGUE...