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Casa de espetaculos Le Poisson Rouge em Manhattan abriga Oscar Party 2017 com atrações especiais Casa de espetaculos Le Poisson Rouge em Manhattan abriga Oscar Party 2017 com atrações especiais(0)

Roger Costa- A grande festa do cinema e dos astros de Hollywood acontece em Los Angeles, mas se voce planeja celebrar os Oscars de maneira mais divertida e a carater, a casa de espetaculos Le Poisson Rogue traz todo o burburinho e emoções da noite estelar para New York. Leia mais

Movie Review: Fresh and Insightful, Oscar-nominee MY LIFE AS A ZUCCHINI is a delectable Animated Film for adults Movie Review: Fresh and Insightful, Oscar-nominee MY LIFE AS A ZUCCHINI is a delectable Animated Film for adults(0)

By Roger Costa

9 year-old lonely boy Zucchini, as his mother calls him, spends most of his time hanging in his home’s attic, playing with his kite, drawing bizarre figures that reflects his reality, and collecting cans of beer left all over the house by his compulsive drunken mother. Leia mais

Movies Reviews: Collecting important truths at MoMA’s Doc Fortnight 2017 Movies Reviews: Collecting important truths at MoMA’s Doc Fortnight 2017(0)

By Roger Costa

Doc Fortnight, the prestigious festival of new inventive documentaries from around the globe, will screen amazingly curious and urgent perspectives through the lenses of emerging or first-time directors in its 16th year at MoMA February 16-26. Leia mais

Movies Reviews: Opening Doors to New Horizons and Conflicts at the 17th Film Comment Selects Movies Reviews: Opening Doors to New Horizons and Conflicts at the 17th Film Comment Selects(0)

By Roger Costa

In its 17th year the Film Comment Selects festival held at Film Society of Lincoln Center February, 17-23 will showcase Premieres and sneak-peeks of some of the most anticipated films of the year, films from emerging new talents from around the world, bold and authentic cinematic visions, and unpredictable discoveries. Leia mais

Movies Reviews: The transforming power of dance in the lives of devoted Brazilian dancers Movies Reviews: The transforming power of dance in the lives of devoted Brazilian dancers(0)

By Roger Costa

Film Society of Lincoln Center presents the annual film festival dedicated to dance, Dance On Camera, February 3-7 and among its selection are two fantastic documentaries about Brazilian dancers that prove the determination, eagerness and devotion of these artists, as well as the transforming power of dance in their lives. Leia mais

Movie Review: In “THE LURE” a pair of seductive famine sirens are out in the world looking for fame, flesh and love Movie Review: In “THE LURE” a pair of seductive famine sirens are out in the world looking for fame, flesh and love(0)

By Roger Costa

In a phantasmagorical atmosphere, two mysteriously seductive sirens join a rock band as they fall enchanted for each other, during a celebratory performance by the ocean. Impressed with the marine women’s gifted condition, the musicians shelter them at the club-house, intending to benefit from the exotic creatures. Leia mais

Movie Review: Oscar nominated for Best Foreign Film, TANNA is a superbly poetic tribal love story Movie Review: Oscar nominated for Best Foreign Film, TANNA is a superbly poetic tribal love story(0)

By Roger Costa

In a state of doubts and uncertainty, after discussing the meanings of love with her father, and revealing her own expectations from it, a young woman rushes to the top of a Volcano seeking enlightenment. Leia mais

Movies Reviews: Contemplating bodies and landscapes through New Latin American Cinema Movies Reviews: Contemplating bodies and landscapes through New Latin American Cinema(0)

By Roger Costa

Neighboring Scenes, the New Latin American Cinema Festival presented at Film Society of Lincoln Center in NYC January 26-31, will showcase some of the most authentic works by promising Latin filmmakers, including films from Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia and Chile, and a special screening for the 50th anniversary of Glauber Rocha’s political satire “Terra em Transe”. Leia mais

Movie Review: Starless Dreams, a heartbreaking collection of stories of abused girls and stolen childhood Movie Review: Starless Dreams, a heartbreaking collection of stories of abused girls and stolen childhood(0)

By Roger Costa

A collection of truthful, painful stories of young girls escaping from trauma and abuse, in search of redemption in a recovery facility in the outskirts of Tehran, “Starless Dreams” is a new documentary directed by prolific Iranian filmmaker Mehrdad Oskouei. He spent over 7 years in the film’s production, with access to the all-female facility. Leia mais

Movies Reviews: The women in the authentic and personal universe of Almodovar, Affleck and Ade Movies Reviews: The women in the authentic and personal universe of Almodovar, Affleck and Ade(0)

By Roger Costa

JULIETA

Pedro Almodovar really struggles to get back in shape with his latest piece, a mix of suspense and melodrama, seen through the feminine universe and all its anxieties, exactly the elements he brilliantly depicted in his earlier works. The protagonist narrates the story focusing on how the death of her husband affected her life and her daughter’s. Leia mais

Movie Review: Seeking Truth and Justice in the Oscar contender THE SALESMAN a master class of suspense Movie Review: Seeking Truth and Justice in the Oscar contender THE SALESMAN a master class of suspense(0)

By Roger Costa

A woman is preparing her bath while removing the make-up as she just finished rehearsals of an adapatation of Arthur Miller’s play “Death of a Salesman”. She is alone in the apartment, and expecting her husband bringing some requests for dinner. Leia mais

Eternal Bruce Lee: MoMA celebrates the career of the great martial arts icon with a Retrospective Eternal Bruce Lee: MoMA celebrates the career of the great martial arts icon with a Retrospective(0)

NYC– Bruce Lee (1940–1973) passed away at the peak of his career, yet decades later he remains a larger-than-life icon of global cinema. The star exhibits an impulsive, instinctual fighting style rarely seen in kung fu films, a genre that typically reveres moralistic masters who embody both bodily and mental discipline. Leia mais

The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Cinema Tropical present Neighboring Scenes: New Latin American Cinema The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Cinema Tropical present Neighboring Scenes: New Latin American Cinema(0)

NYC- The Film Society of Lincoln Center announces the second annual Neighboring Scenes, January 26-31,  a showcase of contemporary Latin American cinema, co-presented with Cinema Tropical. Leia mais

NEW DVD: Wolfe Video releases the aclaimmed German LGBT drama “Jonathan” this February NEW DVD: Wolfe Video releases the aclaimmed German LGBT drama “Jonathan” this February(0)

NYC- The 23-year-old Jonathan sacrifices himself taking care of his cancer-stricken father Burghardt and works on the family farm with his aunt Martha. Looking after his father is an everyday struggle for Jonathan, one which never seems to end. The relationship between Burghardt and his sister Martha is tense, for years they haven’t spoken a word with one another. Leia mais

Movies Reviews: Dealing with losses, parental bonds, religious beliefs and bombers Movies Reviews: Dealing with losses, parental bonds, religious beliefs and bombers(0)

By Roger Costa

THE BOOK OF LOVE

Jason Sudeikis, one of the most talented comedians of our time, gives an unexpectedly efficient dramatic performance, proving he’s in for the task of fully exploring his skills in more sensitive genres. Leia mais

Movie Review: The Daughter is a complex and intense family drama Movie Review: The Daughter is a complex and intense family drama(0)

By Roger Costa

Some of the finest Award-winning actors currently working in independent films, star in this adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s novel “The Wild Duck”, offering superb performances. Leia mais

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