Film: Azougue Nazaré
In a vast, seemingly endless cane field, the sugarcane dances to the wind, like sea waves. Pai Nani, an Afro-Brazilian spiritual leader, carries out a religious act with five caboclos de lança – costumed dancers of the Maracatu Rural. As the caboclos acquire supernatural powers, they embody entities and disappear. The city of Nazaré da Mata witnesses mysterious events. The population is startled with the ravaging supernatural phenomena.
Rotterdam International Film Festival 2018 Winner Bright Future Award
São Paulo International Film Festival 2018 Nominee New Directors Competition
The night will showcase the different cultural expressions of the Maracatu. Following the film, the night welcomes Sydney’s own Maracatu Ubuntu group, a Brazilian percussion group that rescues the rich aspects of Brazilian music, tradition and cultural performance.
To close off the night, Unidos de Sydney and Bateria 61 Grupo De Samba are bringing Rio Carnaval to Marrickville! Unidos De Sydney Samba School is a non-profit project bringing together samba drummers, samba dancers, musicians, artists, costume makers and more to provide an opportunity for the residents of Sydney to experience the passion, energy and creativity of Brazilian Arts through Samba.
Featuring a Caipirinha bar and traditional Brazilian food available for purchase.
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Your support on the night will help raise funds for the 14th Sydney Latin American Film Festival.
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