When: Aug. 16-24 2014
Where: Films will be shown at The Colony Theatre,
1040 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
The official screenings will run from 20 to 24 August at the Colony Theatre. Dramas, comedies, thrillers, special guests, there a lot on and you won’t want to miss it.
For the first time, Brazilian Film Festival will also feature TASTE OF BRAZIL, a sumptuous ‘taste’ festival where the public will be able to experience Brazil inspired dishes at the selection of partnering restaurants across Miami. Top chefs took up the challenge to create a vast array of dishes to please all senses.
A kick off party BACK TO THE 80’s – the party on the 16th of August at LMNT will initiate this great celebration of Brazilian culture in Miami.
Founded in 1995 by partners Adriana L. Dutra, Cláudia Dutra and Viviane B. Spinelli, Inffinito is reference in the realization of cultural events and audiovisual production and is the largest window for Brazilian cinema worldwide. The group, which is made up by the Inffinito Nucleo of Art and Culture, Inffinito Eventos e Produções (Brazil) and the Inffinito Art & Cultyural Foundation (USA), maintains its goal to promote and diffuse Brazilian cultural production. Its 18 years of experience which have made the group recognized by being innovative, strong, dynamic and creative, capable of consolidating the image of Brazil in new markets.
Inffinito produces films in various formats: shorts, medium and features, as well as productions for television. On the list are: the documentary Smoking, I Wait (2009) by Adriana L. Dutra; Smoking, I Wait- the Series (a television series that stemmed from the documentary of the same name that just went on air on Canal Brasil for five episodes); Pioneers a documentary by Viviane B. Spinelli and Dulce Bressane (2008) and Caravan MT: Concerts for Peace in Transit (2008) by Viviane B. Spinelli.
For more info go to http://www.brazilianfilmfestival.com/miami/2014/festival_en.html