PROGRAMME 2019

THURSDAY, October 31, 2019

The Long Way Home

From the countryside to the urban jungle. Juliana is determined to start over. With a new, trivial and poorly paid job, new friends and brighter tomorrows are coming. The careful portrait of Juliana’s inner self performed by Grace Passô, who participated in the screenplay, won the Best Actress Award at the Torino Film Festival.

Bacurau

A quasi-psychedelic western from the near future with a hint of mysticism and sci-fi, which won the Jury Prize in Cannes this year. The original screenplay by Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles for the first time in Prague. 

FRIDAY, November 1, 2019

Azougue Nazaré

Brazil, depicted in its pure wildness and ingenuity, Brazil with its own dose of mysticism. The authenticity of joyful fiction is guaranteed by actors-non-actors coming from the existing group of maracatu. The film won the main prize at the Rotterdam Film Festival and at the Ostrava Kamera Oko. 

Divine Love

Brazil in 2027. The God is no more celebrated during messes but at dancing parties and you can get your absolution in a drive-through confessional. A futuristic drama full of electrifying passions was introduced by Gabriel Mascaro (Neon Bull) for the first time during the Sundance IFF and overpowered the audience by its unrestrained visual style in a bizarre scenery of a distopic world.

SATURDAY, November 2, 2019

Event for children

From 3.00pm there will be a special Brazilian children's corner in Bio Oko! Michele Fernanda from the organization Saudade - Portuguese as a language of heritage in the Czech Republic, which organizes regular meetings with readings for children, will prepare art activities, narration and music for the whole family! All activities will be in Portuguese and related to the festival theme, wilderness.

Intensive Portuguese Course

The wilderness theme will also be intertwined with the Portuguese language speed course, which will, with the help of excerpts from Brazilian films, introduce the beginners to phrases necessary for survival in Brazil.

Martírio

A documentary that shook Brazil. Since the 1980s, the director Vincent Carelli has been shooting the injustices. In Martírio, he focuses on the desperate situation of indigenous Guarani-Kaiowá of Mato Grosso do Sul caused by ever expanding agribusiness

Bacurau

A quasi-psychedelic western from the near future with a hint of mysticism and sci-fi, which won the Jury Prize in Cannes this year. The original screenplay by Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles for the first time in Prague.

Festival's party

This year, you can look forward to typical meals that have never been on offer and the RODA DE SAMBA music experience, headed by Santiago Ferreira! And as is a good tradition in samba, music production is masterfully complemented by a group of percussionists.

SUNDAY, November 3, 2019

The Salt of the Earth

Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado dedicated his life to wandering and capturing the environment, life on Earth and the various faces of human destiny. In the documentary The Salt of the Earth, we witness his journeys across continents and his personal confessions. Salgado's son Juliano stood behind the camera and co-directed the film together with Wim Wenders.

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