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BERLIN 2019 EFM

World Cinema Fund Day: Focus on Brazil Panel I

Industry Panel

BERLIN 2019: The Berlinale's World Cinema Fund Day hosted a panel entitled "After the Political Earthquake" to reflect on Brazilian cinema present and future

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The World Cinema Fund Day at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival hosted a panel entitled "After the Political Earthquake" as part of its Focus on Brazil.

The participants in the panel reflected on Brazilian cinema present and future – financing, funding institutions, content, and freedom of expression. As political and economic developments can radically influence production conditions in the film industry, the professionals wondered what happens next in Brazil.

Participants include producer Andrea Barata Ribeiro, director Marcelo Gomes, film critic Pedro Butcher, producer Sara Silveira, Berlinale delegate Eduardo Valente and Cinema do Brasil's Ana Letícia Fialho, as well as moderator Vincenzo Bugno, project manager at WCF.

(Watch the second part of the panel here.)

Cineuropa is proud to be media partner of the World Cinema Fund Day.