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Occupation Onscreen - today at 4pm and 6.30pm at Casa Brasil in Somerset House

by Rio Occupation London on July 29, 2012

 

 

4.00pm:  Programme of selected shorts

O teu sorriso; 

A distração de Ivan;

Alguém Tem que Honrar Essa Derrota!;

Dez elefantes;

Incêndio


Directed by Pedro Freire; Cavi Borges e Gustavo Melo; Leonardo Esteves; Eva
Randolph; Karen Akerman e Miguel Seabra Lopes
Brazil, 2008-9. 90 minutes approx.

6.30pm

Desassossego (Filme das maravilhas)
Neverquiet (Film of Wonders)
(Brasil/Brazil, 2011)
HD, 65min
Dir. Helvécio Marins Jr, Clarissa Campolina, Carolina Durão, Andrea Capella, Ivo Lopes Araújo, Marco Dutra, Juliana Rojas, Marina Meliande, Caetano Gotardo,Raphael Mesquita, Leonardo Levis, Gustavo Bragança, Felipe Bragança, Karim Aïnouz



An experimental collective film, compiled from 10 episodes by a total of 14 different young Brazilian filmmakers. Inspired by a‘letter of concern’ which have been translated by them into films about love, youth and the possibilities of cinema.
 


From Spice to Ice: A Frozen Festejar! - by Guest Contributor Hay Brunsdon

by Rio Occupation London on July 28, 2012

From Spice to Ice at The Brick Box was definitely an event not to be missed – mainly because you could not simply walk past the façade of 354 Coldharbour Lane without curiously wandering inside. The exterior wall was painted with thoughts and recollections from people within the Brixton community, and Rio artist Ratão Diniz then photographed the large-scale mural created by brilliant illustrator and graffiti artist Mr Dane - mrdane.tumblr.com

 


Occupation OnScreen - Stories that only exist when remembered tonight at Somerset House at 6.30pm

by Rio Occupation London on July 28, 2012

In the village of Jotuomba, where time seems to have stopped for years, Madalena’s  routine is interrupted by the arrival of a young photographer, Rita. A quiet, sensitve tale about time and memory.


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