Brazilian Film and TV Festival of Toronto

NAME OF FESTIVAL: Brazilian Film and TV Festival of Toronto

SINCE: 2007

WHERE: Toronto, Canada

ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

BRAFFTV - Brazilian Film & Television Festival of Toronto is the largest Brazilian film festival outside of Brazil. The festival encompasses four programs: Competitive, Invited, Bra-zoo-kah (films by Brazilians living abroad), and Brazil Through Foreign Eyes (films by non-Brazilian filmmakers about Brazil).

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2013 Brazilian Film and TV Festival of Toronto to Screen Over 40 Films, Opens with THE INVISIBLE COLLECTION

2013 Brazilian Film and TV Festival of Toronto to Screen Over 40 Films, Opens with THE INVISIBLE COLLECTION

THE INVISIBLE COLLECTION by Bernard AttalTHE INVISIBLE COLLECTION by Bernard Attal

The 2013 BRAFFTV – Brazilian Film and TV Festival of Toronto taking place October 16th to October 20th, will feature a line-up of more than 40 films among features, documentaries, animation and shorts with the best recent Brazilian film productions from all genres including drama, comedy, documentary, thriller, children, and ethnographic films. The festival will open on October 16th with the Canadian premiere of the feature THE INVISIBLE COLLECTION by Bernard Attal and the short ENVIRONMENT OF FREEDOM by Pedro Barbosa and Mariana Martins.