Chico Mendes at his home in Xapuri, Acre, in 1988. Photo: Miranda Smith/Creative Commons.

Ecospeaker Film Festival 2021: find out what's on the schedule...

In addition to the 18 productions, which will be screened free of charge, the Ecospeaker Show also promotes debates, a masterclass and a seminar
Still from "Sertânia" (2020), by Geraldo Sarno. Photo: Disclosure.

Best Films Festival brings together acclaimed national works on a digital platform

Promoted free of charge by CineSesc, the festival includes independent films such as "A Febre", "A História da Eternidade", the documentary "Maria Luiza" and the award-winning "Sertânia"
Arabia (2017), by Affonso Uchôa and João Dumans. Photo: Disclosure.

'Brazilian Cinema: Years 2010, 10 looks' brings a selection of great works...

Started in 2001, the project is in its third edition and every ten years revisits the best films from the previous decade; Movies can be watched for free until April 30th
Scene from "The Last Forest". Photo: Pedro Márquez / Publicity.

“The Last Forest” closes the It's All True Festival and portrays...

Written by Luiz Bolognesi and indigenous leader Davi Kopenawa, the documentary goes beyond the pure ethnographic portrait trying to incorporate the poetics of the Yonomami; the work closes the prestigious É Tudo Verdade Festival
Leila Mustafa, in a photo by Jean-Matthieu Gautier, during the recording of "9 Days in Raqqa". Photo: Disclosure It's All True.

Three Featured Films at It's All True Festival 2021

Among the 69 films shown this year by the festival's virtual edition, arte!brasileiros highlights "9 Days in Raqqa", "A Thousand Cuts" and "Vicenta"; read about the works
Cinema Ceará

Amid the pandemic, Cine Ceará takes on a new format

The Ibero-American Film Festival has open registration for its 30th edition, which takes place virtually and in person; Entries can be made until September 8 and must be made directly on the Cine Ceará website

carving in time

New film by Lauro Escorel profiles masters of Brazilian photography and dives into the making of the image
Scene from the movie "You Weren't Here" by Ken Loach. Photo: Disclosure.

Where were we when we weren't here?

New feature by Englishman Ken Loach addresses the impacts of the uberization of the economy and society of tiredness on family relationships