The Embassy of Brazil in Beirut and the Brazil-Lebanon Cultural Center (Brasiliban) are organizing the 5th Brazilian Film Festival in Beirut in partnership with the Metropolis Association.
The film festival is set to take place at the Sursock Museum Esplanade, in Beirut, between July 18 and July 21.
All featured films will be translated into English and screened outdoors. The event is also free of charge and will showcase high-quality cultural options to the Lebanese audience.
Monday, July 18:
The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão By Karim Aïnouz – 08:30 pm.
Tuesday, July 19:
Pacarrete By Allan Deberton – 08:30 pm.
Wednesday, July 20:
My Name Is Baghdad By Caru Alves de Souza – 08:30 pm.
Thursday, July 21:
Three Summers By Sandra Kogut – 08:30 pm.
For reservations, you can click here.
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There Is A Free Brazilian Film Festival Next Week In Beirut