The annual Brazilian Film Festival – BRAFF is back in London for its 5Th edition this weekend, and we’re giving away 12 tickets to our readers!
BRAFF is the largest Brazilian contemporary cinema event in UK, featuring 13 feature films and 12 short films. They include Reaching for the Moon, the story of US writer Elizabeth Bishop in her trip to Brazil, and Brazilian Western (pictured above), a tale of love, hate and revenge based on Faroeste Caboclo, a song by one of the main Brazilian punk/rock artists from the 1980s, Renato Russo.
We have four tickets for each of the following films: Santos, 100 Years of Football (September 27, 4pm), The Gringo (September 30, 4pm) and Jango Report (September 30, 6.15pm). In order to win, just email us on email@example.com and tell us which one would like to see. We will pull the names out of a hat and let you know if you are a lucky winner by the end of the week.
The festival also counts with Cinefoot, a selection of insightful films about the most-loved sport in the country. This is the perfect opportunity to learn more about Brazil’s master art, football.
The The BRAFF will also feature “Brazilian Taste”, a regional food festival with partnering restaurants across London. Don’t miss the opportunity to watch the best in Brazilian cinema as well as taste the finest in Brazilian food.
Just visit the Festival’s website in order to find out more!