Brazilian Cinema

REVIEW Hard Paint (Tinta Bruta)

By 12 August, 2019

Brazilian co-directors and writers Filipe Matzembacher and Marcio Revlon’s multi-award winning film Hard Paint (Tinta Bruta) starts strongly by giving us a glimpse into the fantasy realm of “Neonboy”, the main character, Pedro’s alter-ego. The highly original and... Read Article

REVIEW Temporada

By 13 May, 2019

Juliana moves alone to a new town to eke out a living working for a dengue control service, leaving behind her former, somewhat troubled life. Once in these new, unfamiliar surroundings, she is forced to adapt to a... Read Article

REVIEW Obscuro Barroco

By 27 November, 2018

Obscuro Barroco is an acid-laced homage to the forces and characters that give life to Rio de Janeiro. Fragments of ecstatic dancing, fireworks, protests, contorted bodies, and cityscapes are paired with lyrical reflections from the long-time Rio resident,... Read Article

REVIEW Baronesa

By 03 September, 2018

At this year’s opening night at Open City Documentary Festival, you’ll be able to watch Baronesa, a film directed by Juliana Antunes released last year in Brazil. The film follows Andreia and her friends in their day-to-day lives... Read Article