Posts Tagged 'Capoeira'
Capoeira has been used as the subject (or device) of many films in recent years. Here, Ricardo Cangaceiro looks at the history of capoeira in film as well as reviewing Capoeira: Fly Away Beetle, the newest addition to this sequence.
Carnival weekend is looking pretty good at Guanabara. It starts with Movida Corona’s DJ competition on Thursday 25th, then live bands on Friday (Balanco Tropical) and Saturday (Paraisso) and finishing off with a late opening time on Sunday for their
The third annual Brazilian Festival in the grounds of Kelburn Castle, in Ayrshire. An extravaganza of bright costumes, pounding rhythms and exotic food and drink, evoking the infectious spirit of the South American country, say those behind the two day
Movement for Change’s Capoeiragem Conference begins with a screening of Capoeira: Fly Away Beetle, with three capoeira masters telling the story of capoeira through use of interviews, documentary footage and re-enactments. The full synopsis follows:
The Capoeiragem Conference 2011, which by the way has one of the best flyers around, will introduce and pay homage to two Capoeira masters; Mestre João Grande, from Bahia Capoeira old guard, and Mestre Gato, from Grupo Senzala, Rio de