The IDA is pleased to announce that it has signed on as an official presenter of the Hollywood Brazilian Film Festival, running from June 6 to June 10 at the Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles, CA. Founded in 2009, The Hollywood Brazilian Film Festival is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the commercial and culture exchange between Hollywood and Brazil. Its mission is to create a bridge between the international film community and Brazil, raise public awareness of Brazilian culture, and cultivate production and financing opportunities for international productions shooting in Brazil. Now in its fourth year, the Hollywood Brazilian Film Festival is a five-day free event that will celebrate the preeminent in contemporary Brazilian independent cinema.
The 20 films in the "IndieBrasil Competition" will highlight multi-award-winning talent from the four corners of Brazil, offering Angelenos a rare opportunity to discover the latest and best in Brazilian independent productions. This year, the 4th edition adds the Documentary Competition, a new category to promote the Los Angeles premieres of stellar Brazilian non-fiction cinema. Most directors will be in attendance to discuss their work with the audience during post-screening Q&A sessions.