Sunday, October 19, 2008

32nd International Film Festival in Sao Paulo! Don't miss it!

The 32nd edition of the International Film Festival in São Paulo, traditional event in the film calendar of the country, happens between October 17th and 30th. This year it brings a selection of 454 films from 75 countries and it maintains its goal to reflect the diversity of the current film production, bringing together films from all over the world to allow an open and pluralistic vision of reality and new aesthetic experiences.
The show also features the works of filmmakers devoted city, either in International Perspective section, or in retrospectives and special presentations. Discussions, lectures, exhibitions, concerts and a long list of international guests in São Paulo complete the program.
The festival shows, in a special session, the world premiere of "Garapa" by José Padilha. "Garapa" is the third documentary feature-length film of director of the "Tropa de Elite", which also signed "Bus 174" and "Estamera". The film tackles the issue of hunger in the world from a microscopic perspective, the approaching of those who live with the problem.

Where: The films of the 32nd Festival will be projected in 22 rooms, distributed in 16 places of view.
When: From Monday to Thursday; From Oct. 17th till 30th
How much: R$ 14 and R$ 7 (student); From Friday to Sunday R$18 and R$ 9 (student).

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