Cleveland theatrical premiere!
Brazil | 2016 | Eryk Rocha
The son of Glauber Rocha, director of Antonio das Mortes and Brazil’s foremost Cinema Novo filmmaker, takes an extended look of that socially, intellectually, and artistically progressive “new wave” movement of the 1960s & 1970s that changed Brazilian moviemaking. Rocha fils creates an impressionistic portrait of the era via ample film clips and interviews with the era’s other leading directors—among them, Nelson Pereira dos Santos, Carlos Diegues, Ruy Guerra, and Joaquim Pedro de Andrade, whose 1969 masterpiece Macunaíma shows tonight and Sunday. Best Documentary, 2016 Cannes Film Festival. Subtitles. DCP. 90 min.
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