3rd Annual Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival

09/06/2010 at 7:24 am 1 comment


This year’s L.A. Brazilian Film Festival covered five fantastic days of films, seminars, workshops and networking events.  The seminars covered various topics from production to financing to distribution.  Taking place this year at the Landmark Theater in the Westside Pavilion, the film festival was greeted by a bevy of film industry faithful, attracting over 7,000 participants.  April 27th was the Opening Night Gala and Closing Night was May 1st.   Presenting over 60 films during the five days was a treat for participating filmmakers and the Brazilian filmmaking community in Los Angeles to promote Brazilian Cinema.

LABRFF 2010 WINNERS

Best American Short made by a Brazilian Director or Producer – Deserted

Best Special Project – I Love John

Best Short – Eulália

Best Documentary –  The Man Who Bottled Clouds (O Homem que Engarrafava Nuvens) and DZI Croquettes

Best Screenplay – Eduardo Valente and Felipe Bragança from Eye of the Storm (No Meu Lugar)

Best Cinematography – Nonato Estrela for Love Stories Last Only 90 Minutes (Histórias de Amor Duram Apenas 90 Minutos)

Best supporting Actor – Luiz Miranda from Jean Charles

Best supporting Actress – Denise Weinberg from Time of Fear (Salve Geral)

Best lead Actor – Chico Diaz from Saens Pena Square (Praca Saens Peña)

Best lead Actress – Andréa Beltrão from Time of Fear (Salve Geral)

Best Director – Henrique Goldman from Jean Charles

Best Film – Cabeça a Prêmio


By Jacob Wheeler courtesy for  immigrantmagazine.com

Entry filed under: BRAZILIAN CINEMA, DIRECTORS, DOCUMENTARIES, FILM FESTIVALS, LATIN AMERICAN FILM, LOS ANGELES BRAZILIAN FILM FEST, SHORTFILMS. Tags: , , .

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