Cinema Novo and Beyond

Cinema Novo
and Beyond

This series is  the result of Steve Seid’s trip to Brazil where he
was a juror at Videobrasil in São Paulo. The works in "Experimentos Tropicais"
are all on video and they are by artists from São Paulo, Rio, Belo Horizonte and
Salvador. A large percentage of the works shown are U.S. premières and often they are by
artists who have not been screened in the U.S..
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