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Gramado Film Festival Announces Films Competing in 52nd Edition

Gramado Film Festival Announces Films Competing in 52nd Edition


In this edition, the actor Matheus Nachtergaele, 56 years old, will be the great prizewinner

The organization of the Gramado Film Festival released this Tuesday (9) a selection of films that will be part of the competitive screenings of the 52nd edition of the event. The exhibition will begin on August 9 and will last until August 17.




In this edition, the actor Matheus Nachtergaele, 56 years old, will be the great award winner. Currently on air in the soap opera “Renascer” and about to be released “O Auto da Compadecida 2”, Nachtergaele will receive the prestigious Oscarito Trophy.

The festival will open with the screening of the film “Motel Destino”, by Karim Aïnouz, presented in Cannes. In addition, the first episode of the series “City of God: A Luta Não Para” will be specially screened. The list also includes new works by famous directors such as Marcos Jorge, Anna Muylaert and Dira Paes.

See below the films selected for the 52nd edition of the Gramado Festival

Brazilian Feature Films

Blood Soaked Beard, by Aly Muritiba

City; Field, by Juliana Rojas

Stomach 2: The Mighty Chef, by Marcos Jorge

The Children of the Mangrove, Eliane Caffè

The Business Women’s Club, by Anna Muylaert

West Again, by Erico Rassi

Pasargada, by Dira Paes

Gaucho Feature Films

Until the Music Stops, by Cristiane Oliveira

The Transformation of Canute, by Ariel Kuaray Ortega and Ernesto Carvalho

Infinimundo, by Bruno Martins and Diego Müller

Memoirs of a Sclerotic, by Thais Fernandes and Rafael Corrêa

A Body, by Cacá Nazario

Gaucho Short Films

A Sip from Eternity, by Camila de Moraes and Paulo Ricardo de Moraes

Christmas, by Alan Orlando

Pastrana, Melissa Brogni and Gabriel Motta

Casino, by Gianluca Cozza

Zagêro, by Victor Di Marco and Márcio Picoli

January, from Boca Migotto

Correnteza, by Diego Müller and Pablo Müller

There is no sea in this city, by Manu Zilveti

Chibo, Gabriela Poester and Henrique Lahude

Flower, by Joana Bernardes

Journey to Salvador, by João Pedro Fiuza

I Can Count on My Fingers, by Victória Kaminski

Delivery, by Luiz Azambuja and Pedro Pesser

Pecans, by Aline Gutierres

It’s All Right, by Rodrigo Herzog

I Wear But I Don’t Break, by Tatiana Sager

Source: Terra

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