ANCINE is the national Brazilian Film Agency, responsible for the regulation of the audiovisual sector in the country. It also manages funds for many of the industry activities (production, distribution, exhibition) and is one of responsible partners for the international promotion of Brazilian film production, a mission it shares with the Brazilian Audiovisual Secretary, Cinema do Brasil and the Audiovisual Promotion Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The creation of the Brasilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema in 1965 is linked to its fight against censorship, and to movements like Cinema Novo, Tropicalia and “cinema marginal”. Today it presents feature and shorts competitions, and also non-competitive events, debates, seminaries, workshops...

On Festival Scope Pro, you will find a selection of titles from the Brazilian feature film competition.