REVIEW Transit Havana

By 06 July, 2016

Director Daniel Abma has created a film that shows the reality of Cuba in many layers, some of which are subtle and some that are not. The name of the film itself, Transit Havana gives one the impression... Read Article

Blue Eyes (Olhos Azuis)

REVIEW Blue Eyes (Olhos Azuis)

By 31 August, 2010

Not an easy watch, but in the best way; a pretty heavy, dark and brooding independent film with a twist that refreshingly speaks up and makes a poetically ironic and bold comment on the American immigration system and... Read Article

REVIEW Tamboro

By 31 August, 2010

If there is one film that should be used as an introduction for anyone wanting to visit Brazil it is this. Situated somewhere between an elaborate tourism advert and Godfrey Reggio’s Koyaanisqatsi this is a lush slow-burning voyage... Read Article

Times of Peace (Tempos de Paz)

REVIEW Times of Peace (Tempos de Paz)

By 31 August, 2010

A man arrives in Brazil looking to start a new life on the day the Second World War finishes. However, Brazil is technically still at war. Customs officials suspect he is a Nazi seeking refuge. Locked in a... Read Article

Brazilian Film Festival in London

Brazilian Film Festival in London

By 10 August, 2010

Inffinito will be bringing the Brazilian Film Festival to London for the second year running. Eleven films in total will be shown from September 1st ’til 5th, beginning with the BAFTA-hosted opening night featuring the premiere of Lula,... Read Article