Our social networks

Norwegian Film Festival at CCBB

 

The Norwegian film industry has grown considerably and Norwegian films, as well as directors and producers, have been presented to an increasingly international audience.


The Norwegian Film Institute - Norsk Filminstitutt - a government agency created to encourage national film production in Norway, has been experiencing its most prosperous moment in the last decade by promoting Blue Ray, DVD or on demand films, such as to Netflix.


The Norwegian Embassy in Brasília, together with the Consulate General in Rio, are proud to present 15 films that prove the variety and richness of Norwegian film production. These films are aimed at adults and children, launched between 2008 and 2015; The programs features dramas, comedies, adventure films and animated films .


See the full program HERE

 

Venue: CCBB 
Where: 
Setor de Clubes Esportivos Sul, Trecho 2, Lote 22, Asa Sul 
When: 
September 19 to October 1. 
Price: 
Free Admission 
Information: 
3108-7600

When il libro diventa Film Festival in the Embassy of Italy

 

The festival “When il libro diventa film” invites you to a cycle of cinematographic projections at the Italian Embassy. The event is presented by the Italian Embassy in partnership with CAIT. Films will be shown in the original language without subtitles.

 

See the program:

 

Tuesday, September 19, at 6h30 pm

I Vicerè – Roberto Faenza (2007)

 


Tuesday, September 26, at 6h30 pm

È stato il figlio – Daniele Ciprì (2012)

 


Tuesday, October 3, at 6h30 pm

L’Accabadora – Enrico Pau (2016)

 


Tuesday, October 11, at 6h30 pm

Io non ho paura – Gabriele Salvatores (2004)


 

Tuesday, October 17, at 6h30 pm

1200 km di bellezza – Italo Moscati (2016)

 

Venue: NET Live Brasília 
Where: SES - Quadra 807 - Lote 30, St. de Embaixadas Sul SES 807 - Asa Sul
When: September 19 to October 17, at 6h30 pm
Price: Free Admission
Information: (61) 3442-9900

Film festival "Brasília em Plano Aberto"

 

Inspired by the concept that cinema is an important way of registering the culture and customs of a people and because it is a powerful vehicle for communication for the dissemination of ideas and concepts, the duo of curators of the festival “Brasília em Plano Aberto”, Maurício Witczak and Wol Nunnes, have selected 48 films among documentaries, fiction and hybrids, which reflect the identity of young Brasilia.

 

After each session, there will be a chat between the filmmakers and the viewers.

 

See the full program HERE.

 

Venue: Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil – CCBB

Where: Setor de Clubes Sul – SCES, Trecho 2, lote 22, Asa Sul (in front of Clube de Golfe).

When:  July 7 to December 6.  

Price: Free Admission

Rating: 16

Information: 3108-7600

CINE DRIVE IN

 

 

 

 

 

 

Want to catch film, but don’t want to go to a crowded cinema? Well then, wind back the clock and visit Brasília’s very own Cine Drive-In.

 

Located in the Autódromo Internacional Nelson Piquet (behind the Football Stadium), Cine Drive-In is a great way to enjoy a movie under stars, showing all the blockbusters you would expect to find at a cinema.

 

Offering a “full” menu, you can enjoy dinner and a movie without having to deal with large crowds associated with theatres. The helpful staff provide “car service”, which means you don’t have to miss a minute of the film while you order and wait for your food.

 

Most films are shown in English with Portuguese subtitles. However, children’s films are usually dubbed, so it’s more suitable for a romantic date, rather than a family outing.

 

 

Venue: Área Especial do Autódromo - Centro Desportivo Presidente Médici - Asa Norte, Brasília, Brasília - DF, 70757-120

Price: Mon – Thur R$ 22,00 ; Fri – Sun R$ 24,00  Students and senior citizens pay half price