Magazine article Screen International

Cinema Slate, Fandor in Brazilian Film Pact

Magazine article Screen International

Cinema Slate, Fandor in Brazilian Film Pact

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The titles are part of Cinema Slate's Brazilian Film Series: Year One showcasing up-and-coming Brazilian directors and will go out theatrically via the New York-based Cinema Slate day-and-date with digital launches through Fandor.

The promgramme begins on September 11 at New York's Cinema Village with Cateano Gotardo's omnibus film The Moving Creatures (O Que Se Move).

The series will be co-presented with New York-based Cinema Tropical, a leading presenter of Latin American cinema in the US, and sponsored by Brazilian Press, a newspaper servicing the Brazilian community in the East Coast.

October 30 brings the release of Hard Labor (Trabalhar Cansa) co-directed by Marco Dutra and Juliana Rojas.

The third and fourth films in the series set for November and December are Fellipe Barbosa's semi-autobiographical tale Casa Grande and Eryk Rocha's Sunday Ball.

"These are assured, artistically mature and both personal and internationally relevant works," said Brandão. …

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