In this exclusive interview with BrazilNYC, Marcos talks about the secrets of Brazilian cuisine and shares a recipe with our readers at the end of the article.
Directed by Eunice Gutman and written / performed by Susana Fuentes, “Prelude to Memories” is a one-woman show that mixes poetry, dance, and performance art.
Kleber Mendonça Filho’s feature-film debut Neighboring Sounds opens tomorrow (8/24) at two established NY theaters: the IFC Center (downtown) and Lincoln Center’s Elinor Bunin Munroe theater (in the upper east side). That’s a rare feat for a Brazilian film, specially considering today’s highly competitive film market.
Arielle Maugé writes about her love for Afro-Brazilian culture and her dance instructor Janete Silva.
Winner of four major awards at this year’s Gramado Film Festival, Kleber Mendonça Filho’s Neighboring Sounds is an astonishing chamber piece of urban anxieties and cinematic panache.
In this exclusive interview, Cyriaco Lopes talks about his current work, Brazil’s LGBT movements, and the challenges of creating art works that deal with urgent realities.
A star in her own right, Lili Rocha has been performing since childhood. Wildly popular in Italy and Brazil, Lili sings in her native Portuguese, English, Spanish, and Italian, making her work versatile and easily understood by her diverse fan base.
Criolo, also known as Criolo Doido, was born Kleber Cavalcante Gomes in 1975 in Santa Amaro and raised in Graujú, São Paulo, Brasil. His latest album, Nó na Orelha is a masterpiece which clearly demonstrates all of Criolos musical influences and his gift for storytelling.
New York-based filmmakers David Barba & James Pellerito have been following Brazilian dancer Marcelo Gomes for the past two years. They’ve shot footage of Mr. Gomes in Rio de Janeiro, Manaus (his birthplace), California, Ukraine, Denmark and Greece, and are hoping to finish a documentary about this established dancer by the end of the year.