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LABRFF - Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival is back for the 4th year

The LABRFF - Los Angeles Brazilian Film Festival is coming back to town in 2011 for its 4th edition.

Scheduled to take place April 27th-30th at the Landmark Theatre, in the Westside Pavilion, the opening night will feature “Soulbound”, a film by Caio Sóh.

Established in 2007 by journalist Nazareno Paulo and producer Meire Fernandes, the LABRFF is dedicated to showcasing the art and talent of Brazilian film makers in Los Angeles.

With the mission of supporting and facilitating the exhibition and distribution of Brazilian audiovisuals in the United States, the festival has established a positive environment to exchange information between the two countries and to stimulate new business opportunities in the film industry, offering panels, workshops, lectures, and networking meetings to its attendees.

Tickets for the opening night are on sale already. For additional information, call (310) 483-1164 or visit the official web site.

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