A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from August 02, 2006
Brazilian Film Festival

The Brazilian Film Festival is an annual event that began in 2003.


http://www.brazilianfilmfestival.com/2006/scripts_eng/home.asp
4th Brazilian Film Festival
of New York
August 06 to 13

The Brazilian Film Festival of New York became an official event of New York City. This achievement sums up the potential and quality of the event, which earned the attention of the U.S. Government as well as the media and professionals from the U.S. and Brazilian movie industry.

The BRAFF of New York main objective is to initiate cultural exchange and to strengthen the creation of new audiences, offering wider visibility for the Brazilian culture in the United States. For the fourth edition of the event in NY, we expect to fortify the image of Brazil in one of the world’s greatest centers of the arts, culture and business.

• August 6

Outdoor movie screenings and Concert @ CENTRAL PARK
Location: Summer Stage, 5th Ave and 72nd Street
FREE ADMISSION

7:00 pm - Lenine in Concert
8:30 pm – This is Bossa Nova – The Story and Stories: By Paulo Thiago

• August 7 - 13

Movie Screenings @ Tribeca Cinemas
Location: 54 Varick St - 10013

The 4th Brazilian Film Festival of New York will be screening the best Brazilian productions released in 2005/2006. All the movies are US or New York Premieres and will compete for the Crystal Lens Awards - Best Public Choice.

• August 7 to 13

Camarote Brahma @ Tribeca Cinemas
Location: 54 Varick St - 10013
The Lounge will take place at Tribeca, and will offer incredible comfort and fun, a place with DJ and service bar.

• August 13

Closing Night and Special Tribute
Location: Tribeca Cinemas
54 Varick St - 10013

At the Closing Night, the Festival will be screening one film and will be presenting the winner of the Crystal Lens Awards, followed by a cocktail.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFilm Festivals • (0) Comments • Wednesday, August 02, 2006 • Permalink