The 7th Annual Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival Was Hollywood Style

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Photo credit to: Francois Palais from Francois Palais Photography for DiversityNewsMagazine.com
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Article by Aymara Limma, Special Contributor for DiversityNewsMagazine.com 

The 7th Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival was held for 6 days in 3 different venues exhibiting about 30 films, a great variety of top of the line Brazilian film making, and a 2-day Brazilian Film Market for pitching of selected projects where Head-Chiefs of the most important American Studios evaluated those projects. The 7th Annual Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival was held from September 15th to September 20th.

Photo credit to: Francois Palais from Francois Palais Photography for DiversityNewsMagazine.com
Photo credit to: Francois Palais from Francois Palais Photography for DiversityNewsMagazine.com

Brazilians had lots to celebrate with The 7th Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival.  The opening night was in “Hollywood Style” in the red carpet were Brazilian celebrities such as Daniela Escobar, Rita Guedes, Suzana Pires, Caio Castro, Maria Casadevall, Tuna Dwek, Emiliano Ruschel, Larissa VerezaBruno Dubeux, Moacyr Franco to name a few…

Photo credit to: Francois Palais from Francois Palais Photography for DiversityNewsMagazine.com
Photo credit to: Francois Palais from Francois Palais Photography for DiversityNewsMagazine.com

The Festival made great choices on the selections of their Films in Feature, Short and Documentary for this edition. “The Great Victory” starring Caio Castro and Suzana Pires, a film by Stefano Capuzzi Lapietra , open the festival in great style followed by a beautiful ceremony in honor to the acclaimed multi talented Brazilian actor and comedian Moacyr Franco. The closing night film was Filme “Forever Nevermore” (Para Sempre Nunca Mais).

Photo credit to: Francois Palais from Francois Palais Photography for DiversityNewsMagazine.com
Photo credit to: Francois Palais from Francois Palais Photography for DiversityNewsMagazine.com

Photos credit to: Francois Palais from Francois Palais Photography for DiversityNewsMagazine.com

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