Cine Brasília hosts the 1ª Mostra de Cinema Latino Americano e Caribenho (Latin American and Caribbean Film Festival) from May 24 to June 6. The festival is promoted by the Latin Americans and Caribbean embassies in Brasília in an effort to present to the audience the growing and exciting new cinema of these countries.

The program includes movies from the Dominican Repubic, Colombia, Uruguay, Peru, Chile, Cuba and more. One of the highlights of the festival is “Barrow: Freedom Fighter”. Directed by Marcia Weekes and produced in Barbados, “Barrow: Freedom Fighter” is the first film to feature the life story of a prominent Caribbean politician/statesman and includes interviews with Barbadian historians, politicians, icons like cricketer Sir Garfield Sobers and of course family members. There are also reenactments of some of the major moments in his personal and professional life.

More information to be announced soon.

Thursday, May 24

7 pm – Del Fondo de la Noche

Friday, May 25

6h30 pm – 3
8h30 pm – Mamá

Saturday, May 26

6h30 pm – Adero
8h30 pm – El Sueño de Lu

Sunday, May 27

6h30 pm – Climas
8h30 pm – La Recta Provincia

Monday, May 28

6h30 pm – Barrow: Freedom Fighter
8h30 pm – Um Lugar en el Caribe

Wednesday, May 30

6h30 pm – Azu
8h30 pm – Mi Viejo Calavera

Thursday, May 31

6h30 pm – Ixcanul
8h30 pm – La Yuma

Friday, June 1

6h30 pm– El Lugar Más Pequeno
8h30 pm – Alba

Saturday, June 2

6h30 pm – 7 Cajas
8h30 pm – Habana Station


Venue: Cine Brasília
EQS 106/107 – Asa Sul
May 24 to June 6.
Free Admission