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In 2017 the Festival will present four special programs – From September 17th to 19th, Miami Beach Cinematheque will have for the first time a program dedicated to Latin American productions and will also host the screening of Cinema Novo (2016), by Erik Rocha, best documentary award at Cannes. At Savor Cinema, the former Cinema Paradiso in Fort Lauderdale, the Festival brings among other films the highest Brazilian grossing comedy film of all times My Mom Is A Character II (Minha mãe é uma peça II) (2016), by Cesar Rodrigues, winner of the 17th Brazilian Film Festival of Miami, Indigo Child (Menina Indigo – 2017), by Wagner Assis, Beatriz, by Alberto Graça and Behind the Sky (Por trás do céu – 2016), by Caio Sóh.
From September 20th to 23rd, the Competitive screenings will be held this year at Regal South Beach 18 & IMAX. Among the films in competition representing a diverse panorama of the latest Brazilian productions are: Real (Real, o plano por trás da história – 2017), by Rodrigo Bittencourt, David Schurmann’s Little Secret (Pequeno Segredo – 2016), Toni Venturi’s The Divine Comedy (A Comédia Divina – 2017), Flavio Tambellini’s Glory and Grace (A Glória e a Graça – 2016), The Other End (Fala Comigo – 2016), by Felipe Sholl, best film and best actress awards winner of Rio Film Festival, Seeing You (De onde te vejo – 2016), by Luiz Villaça, one of the last works of late actor Domingos Montagner and BR 716 (2016), by Domingos de Oliveira, best film, director, soundtrack and supporting actress awards winner of Gramado Film Festival and the comedy Divorce (Divórcio) starring Camila Morgado and Murilo Benicio as couple fighting for their rights.
At the festival’s Closing Night the Crystal Lens Award will be given to the best feature film voted by audience followed by the screening of Elis (2016), by Hugo Prata. The life of Elis Regina, undoubtedly the greatest Brazilian voice of all time, is told in this biopic film with energetic and pulsating rhythm.
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