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  1. List with the 101 best movies produced in Brazil according to the Brazilian Movie Critics Association in 2016: https://abraccine.org/2015/11/27/abraccine-organiza-ranking-dos-100-melhores-filmes-brasileiros/.

  2. The 50 Best Brazilian Movies. by sanfortes • Created 12 years ago • Modified 10 years ago. These are the best brazilian movies i ever see... List activity. 27K views. 10 this week. Create a new list. List your movie, TV & celebrity picks. 50 titles. Sort by List order. 1. To the Left of the Father. 2001 2h 43m Not Rated. 7.6 (2.1K) Rate.

    • 11 City of God
    • 10 Bacurau
    • 9 Central Station
    • 8 The Second Mother
    • 7 Twenty Years Later
    • 6 Elite Squad
    • 5 Elite Squad 2: The Enemy Within
    • 4 Entranced Earth
    • 3 Cinema, Aspirins and Vultures
    • 2 The Given Word

    It is impossible to start this list without mentioning the acclaimed City of God. Directed by Fernando Meirelles and Kátia Lund, the film is one of the most popular in the history of Brazilian cinema and is still remembered by the public as one of the greatest representatives of Brazil, both nationally and internationally. Nominated for four Academ...

    Bacurau is one of the most recent phenomenons of Brazilian cinema. The film created a huge buzz in Brazil for presenting an electrifying and mysterious plot that brought crowds to national cinemas. But the prestige was not limited to national territory: the film won the Jury Prize at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival and was also recognized at other fe...

    Central Stationis another national production that lives in the hearts of Brazilians. Directed by the great Walter Salles and starring the acting giant Fernanda Montenegro, who received a historic Oscar nomination for Best Actress in 1999 for her performance in the feature, the film won the Golden Globe and the BAFTA that year, becoming recognized ...

    Starring Regina Casé,The Second Motheris another national production that was successful abroad. In addition to having participated in several film festivals abroad, the feature was elected one of the five best international films of 2015 by the National Board of Review. The Second Motheris a film directed by Anna Muylaert that tells the story of V...

    Elected one of the 100 best Brazilian films of all time by Abraccine, the documentaryTwenty Years Lateris a major milestone in national cinema. The production was awarded at the prestigious Berlin Festival and also went through other industry events, becoming a great representative of the Brazilian market in the world. Directed by the unforgettable...

    When we talk about Brazilian cinema, one of the films most cited by the public is the popular Elite Squad, which had a huge cultural impact at the time of its release. But the recognition of José Padilha's film did not stop with audiences: the feature won the Golden Bear for Best Film at the 2008 Berlin Film Festival, for example, being remembered ...

    The sequel to 2007's Elite Squad,Elite Squad 2: The Enemy Withinis the rare sequel that should be a part of the discussion about Brazilian cinema; despite not having impacted international cinema like the first film, or participating in award ceremonies, it is important to be mentioned. In this film, after a jump in time, we follow Captain Nascimen...

    Glauber Rocha is one of the most influential names in Brazilian cinema, being a great representative of the Cinema Novo movement. Revered even by the great Martin Scorsese, Glauber directed the filmEntranced Earth, a great example of national production that is prestigious in Brazil and abroad. Glauber Rocha is essential for Brazilian cinema not on...

    Cinema, Aspirins and Vultures is a national film that also participated in the Cannes Film Festival. Directed by Marcelo Gomes, the film takes place in 1942 in the middle of the northeastern hinterland, where the path of a German who is fleeing the Second World Warcrosses with that of a simple man. The two start working together and soon a strong f...

    The Given Word (also known as Keeper of Promises) is a classic of Brazilian cinema that made history abroad. In addition to being the first South American production to receive an Oscar nomination for Best International Film, it was the first (and only) Brazilian feature to win the Palme d'Orat the Cannes Film Festival, which is the event's top pri...

  3. The best Films made in BRAZIL. by faornelas | created - 17 Mar 2014 | updated - 1 month ago | Public. A compilation of some of the best films ever made in Brazil. Refine See titles to watch instantly, titles you haven't rated, etc. 150 titles. 1. Central Station (1998) R | 110 min | Drama. 8. Rate. 80 Metascore.

  4. Top 40 Brazilian movies, in my opinion (unordered) 1. Madame Satã (2002) Unrated | 105 min | Biography, Crime, Drama. Loose portrait of João Francisco dos Santos, also known as Madame Satã, a sometime chef, transvestite, lover, father, hero and convict from Rio de Janeiro.

  5. Some of the best Brazilian movies explore the country’s complex history, social issues, and cultural traditions, while others showcase the talent and creativity of Brazilian filmmakers. In this guide, we’ll explore some of the best Brazilian movies of all time, spanning different genres and eras.

  6. List of the latest Brazilian movies in 2024 and the best Brazilian movies of 2023 and earlier. Top Brazilian movies to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+ & other Streaming services, out on DVD/Blu-ray or in cinema's right now.

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