Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

CineBrasil 2017 – Closing Night

Sunday, September 24, 2017

2 p.m. – 7 p.m.

List Art 120, 64 College Street, Providence

+ Google Calendar09/24/2017 14:0009/24/2017 19:00America/New_YorkCineBrasil 2017 – Closing NightCineBrasil is an annual film festival that highlights some of the best works in recent Brazilian cinema. This year CineBrasil will include documentaries and feature length films of great artistic quality, some of which are virtually unknown outside of Brazil and touch on subjects such as race and gender, childhood and adolescence, hairstyling culture and indigenous history. Note that though many trailers do not have English subtitles, all of the films will be subtitled. List Art 120, 64 College Street, ProvidenceMM/DD/YYYY
+ iCal/Outlook09/24/2017 14:0009/24/2017 19:00America/New_YorkCineBrasil 2017 – Closing NightCineBrasil is an annual film festival that highlights some of the best works in recent Brazilian cinema. This year CineBrasil will include documentaries and feature length films of great artistic quality, some of which are virtually unknown outside of Brazil and touch on subjects such as race and gender, childhood and adolescence, hairstyling culture and indigenous history. Note that though many trailers do not have English subtitles, all of the films will be subtitled. List Art 120, 64 College Street, ProvidenceMM/DD/YYYY

CineBrasil is an annual film festival that highlights some of the best works in recent Brazilian cinema. This year CineBrasil will include documentaries and feature length films of great artistic quality, some of which are virtually unknown outside of Brazil and touch on subjects such as race and gender, childhood and adolescence, hairstyling culture and indigenous history.

Note that though many trailers do not have English subtitles, all of the films will be subtitled. 

More Information

Arts and Culture
Brazil Initiative

2 p.m. – Screening of Deixa na régua (Fresh Cutz, 2016), dir. Emílio Domingos, 73 mins. Trailer.

While shooting in the suburbs of Rio, director Emílio Domingos noticed the importance of hairstyling for the contenders in dance battles. Here he documents the intersections of identity, aesthetics and music as they emerge from a fresh haircut.

4:30 p.m. – Screening of A Terceira Margem (The Third Shore, 2016), dir. Fabian Remy, 57 mins. Trailer.

In the mid-1940s a boy named João went out to gather hay and was taken by the Caiapós and raised by them. Four decades later, a young man named Thini-á-Fulni-ô left his village and struck out for Brasília. These are their stories.