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1st Brazilian film festival in drive-in has new dates

The first Brazilian film festival in a drive-in regime in Portugal gained new dates, due to the bad weather that is felt in the national territory, as a result of the passage of the Bárbara depression.

The 3rd Cinema Exhibition in Brazil, which was planned to start this Wednesday and end on October 25, at Fábrica Braço de Prata, in Marvila, will now be held from October 28 to November 1.

As previously planned, nine contemporary Brazilian feature films will be on display, with two showing per night. One of the highlights of the program is ‘Bacurau’, by Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles, main candidate, according to the Brazilian press, to be nominated for the Oscar 2021.

Films such as ‘The Invisible Life‘, by Karim Ainouz, ’10 Seconds to Win‘, by José Alvarenga Jr., ‘Chacrinha‘, by Andrucha Waddington, ‘My Life on Mars’, by Susana Garcia, or ‘Hebe – A Estrela do Brasil‘, by Maurício Farias.

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