Goulart Filmes

BRAZILIAN FILM ON THURSDAYS (2008 AND 2009)

 

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NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN VOICE (September 5 to 8, 2009)
3rd Season of the 'Brazilian Film on Thursdays' Reopens in NYC

"The audience of americans, brazilians and other nationalities honors these screenings, which have the aim of divulging Brazilian films."

Ivy Goulart Press

 

NEWSPAPER: THE BRASILIANS (February 2009)
Brazilian Film on Thursdays Is Back at BEA

"The program, curated by independent filmmaker Ivy Goulart, has been attracting all kinds of peple interested in Brazilian cinema."

"Admission is free and the film selection, impeccable."

Ivy Goulart Press

 

NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN TIMES (February 2009)
Brazilian Films on Thursdays

Ivy Goulart Press

 

NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN VOICE (January 24 to 27, 2009)
Brazilian Library Begins the 2009 Season of Brazilian Film on Thursdays in NY

"The selected films are already scheduled and will be screened every Thursday at 7pm.  The screenings offer the audience the chance to see or see again classics of Brazilian cinema and participate in the discussion panels after the screenings."

Ivy Goulart Press

 

NEWSPAPER: THE BRASILIANS (October 2008)
The Brazilian Library of NY Honors Nelson Pereira dos Santos

"The Brazilian Library of New York honored scholar and filmmaker Nelson Pereira dos Santos, opening a hall named after him.  Domício Coutinho, president and founder of the Library, took the initiative together with filmmaker Ivy Goulart."

Ivy Goulart Press

 

NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN VOICE (July 9 to 11, 2008)
Brazilian Library Will Host Discussion Panels About Cinema in NY

"Invited by curator and filmmaker Ivy Goulart, writer and playwright Guilherme Parreiras opened the discussion panel talking about the film 'All Nudity Shall Be Punished', by Arnaldo Jabor, based on Nelson Rodrigues's work.  Journalist, screenwriter and filmmaker Micki Mihich talked about the film 'Bus 174' (...)."

Ivy Goulart Press

 

NEWSPAPER: BRAZILIAN VOICE (June 18 to 20, 2008)
Brazilian Endowment for the Arts Announces New Film Program

"The Brazilian Endowment for the Arts – BEA has recently announced the new film program, curated by filmmaker Ivy Goulart.  The event aims at bringing classic, independent and successful Brazilian films to the audience, every Thursday."

Ivy Goulart Press