Facade of Cinemateca Brasileira, in São Paulo (SP): reopening will have a three-day festival in honor of Zé do Caixão Andreia Reis/Cinemateca/Disclosure
After a flood, two fires and almost two years closed to the public, the Brazilian Cinemathequein São Paulo, will reopen its doors next Friday, 13.
The ‘macabre’ date is not by chance — as part of the reopening, the Mojica movie theater without fear will show films in homage to the eternal Coffin Joeincluding a feature unpublished in the country.
Sponsored by Instituto Cultural Vale, there will be three days of programming — May 13, 14 and 15 — and tickets to watch the films can be picked up free of charge at the entity’s reception, one hour before each session.
At the end of the month, the Cinemateca also receives the ABC weekevent on technology in the audiovisual sector.
For the time being, there is no provision for a permanent grid or other festivals at the institution — the Friends of the Cinematheque Societywho took over management this year, says he has been working to expand the number of events at the venue.
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