Cinema Novo

Cinema Novo is a genre and movement of film noted for its emphasis on social equality and intellectualism that rose to prominence in Brazil during the 1960s and 1970s. Influenced by Italian neorealism and French New Wave, films produced under the ideology of Cinema Novo opposed traditional Brazilian cinema, which consisted primarily of musicals, comedies and Hollywood-style epics.

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  • Cinco Vezes Favela
  • Black God, White Devil
  • Entranced Earth
  • Barren Lives
  • Ganga Zumba
  • The Guns
  • The Unscrupulous Ones
  • The Turning Wind
  • Arraial do Cabo
  • The Dare
  • The Brave Warrior
  • The Red Light Bandit
  • Hunger for Love
  • Macunaima
  • Antonio das Mortes
  • The Inheritors
  • Of Gods and the Undead
  • How Tasty Was My Little Frenchman
  • Pindorama
  • 1968
  • Maranhão 66
  • Amazonas, Amazonas
  • Rio, 40 Degrees C.
  • Rio, Zona Norte
  • Garrincha: Joy of the People
  • Os Mendigos
  • Porto das Caixas
  • São Paulo, S.A.