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2009 Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival

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Quase Todo Dia

$9.95 | 19 minutes

Polly, a young, single mother in Rio who struggles to reconcile her motherly duties with her own professional ambitions, confronts a day in the bustling city when everything that can go wrong, does&hellip…

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2008 Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival

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Seaview

$24.95 | 82 minutes

The Seaview documentary asylum seekers, filmed in Mosney, is a former holiday camp an hour outside of Dublin, Ireland converted to a holiding center for asylum seekers. Over the three years they spent there, the filmmakers slowly gained the trust of the residents. Intensely close conversations reveal their individual stories, from the&hellip…

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2007 Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival

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Alice's House

$24.95 | 92 minutes

Best Actress – Carla Ribas

In every house, you never know what secrets lie behind the front door...ALICE'S HOUSE, the highly-decorated Brazilian drama, is now available on IndiePix from our partners, FiGa films! When Alice, a Sao Paulo manicurist, wife and mother has a chance meeting with an&hellip…

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2006 Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival

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Black Gold

$24.95 | 78 minutes

BLACK GOLD asks us to wake up and smell the coffee, to face the unjust conditions under which our favorite drink is produced and to decide what we can do about it. The film traces the tangled trail from the two billion cups of coffee consumed each day back to the coffee farmers who produce the beans. In particular, It follows Tadesse&hellip&hellip…

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2004 Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival

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Born To Be Blind (A Pessoa E Para O Que Nasce)

$19.95 | 90 minutes

Three blind sisters, linked by this extraordinary twist of fate, spend their lives singing and playing ganza for spare change on the streets and in the street markets of poverty stricken northeast Brazil. This documentary follows the daily chores of these women and how they survive on their own&hellip…

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2002 Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival

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Mango Yellow

$17.95 | 100 minutes

Set in the sizeable city of Recife in Brazil, MANGO YELLOW is a tale of hardship, romance, and ordinary lives. The principle characters center around the Texas Motel, a rundown retreat that attracts a variety of weird and wonderful people. Among them are Dunga (Matheus Nachtergaele), a gay cook who has a crush on a local butcher, Wellington&hellip&hellip…

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