Festival de Cinéma Brésilien de Paris
 - 
2019

SCREENINGS

program

April
 
09
  –  
opening night

PROGRAM upcoming

Access

General info: jangada@jangada.org

Date and venue:
April 9-16, 2019

L’Arlequin
76, rue de Rennes
75006 Paris

Subway: Saint-Sulpice (ligne 4)

Paris map:

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Tickets

The Arlequin Cinema is responsible for the ticket sales.

Ticket prices:

Single Ticket: 7.50 € 
Student Ticket: 5€
 
“Cinémas Indépendants Parisiens” Ticket: 4€ 
Special PASS fee for the festival: 60 euros (10 tickets) or 55 euros (members)

UGC Illimité passes will be accepted in all screenings.

Information and Tickets: www.lesecransdeparis.fr

The PASS

The PASS with 10 tickets for 60 euros!

It is valid throughout the festival week, for the entire schedule and all screenings.

For Jangada members, take advantage of a special discount of 55 € for the PASS.

To purchase the PASS with In advance, please send us a check to Association Jangada, to the address below:

Association Jangada
Maison des associations du 4e
Boîte 4238, boulevard Henri IV
75004 Paris

We will send you a confirmation email that we received the checke, so do not forget to send us your email to katia@jangada.org.

The PASS can be retrieved at the cinema l'Arlequin, from the opening day of the festival.

VOLUNTEER

PARTICIPATE AS A VOLUNTEER OF THE FESTIVAL DE CINÉMA BRÉSILIEN DE PARIS

As every year, if you wish to participate in this event as part of the Festival team, you will be very welcome! It does not matter if you are bilingual, moviegoer, cocktails expert or simply an admirer and available. We propose different tasks that include different steps in the organization of the event: logistics assistance, public reception, bar and buffet, French-Portuguese translator.

Being a volunteer at the Brazilian Film Festival in Paris will be the occasion for you to:

- have a new work experience

- integrate a dynamic team

- participate in the organization of an internationally renowned event

- contribute to the cultural life of Paris

- meet film directors and professionals

- share your experiences and ideas with others who are passionate about Brazilian cinema

- watch some festival films

Send an email to jangada@jangada.org. Thank you!

Our Partners

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Be a Partner

With its varied programming - popular films, works of art and film essays, documentaries and animations, the festival attracts a varied, demanding audience and influencers. Each year more than 10 thousand spectators take advantage of this unique opportunity to see recent or classic Brazilian films.

The festival has significant visibility in the media, both in France (Pariscope, Libération, Cahiers du Cinema, Metro, RFI, Inter France, France Culture, Le Mouv, Radio Nova, etc.) and in Brazil (O Globo, São Paul etc.).

MARKETING

The festival offers an exclusive and sought-after opporunity for advertisers who want to achieve a high-level urban and sociocultural goal.

We propose to jointly develop a marketing / public relations strategies that will suit you and your products, your needs and your possibilities.

VISIBILITY

For 20 years the festival has developed a broad communication plan - TV, radio, internet, outdoors - offering good visibility. This visibility also allows advertisers to position themselves as leaders in the French and Brazilian markets, and to develop a positive brand image.

SOCIAL RESPONSABILITY

Working with the festival also means supporting the sharing of Brazilian cinema abroad and, therefore, helping to develop its film industry.

Join us! For more information, send an email to jangada@jangada.org.

Press Registration


Please fill out the form below:

PRESS REGISTRATION FORM

Press Representative in France:

Florence Alexandre

ANYWAYS
+33 1 48 24 12 91
+33 6 31 87 17 54
florence@anyways.fr

In Brasil:

Aline Martins
PRIMEIRO PLANO
aline@primeiroplanocom.com.br
21 2286-3699 | 2266-0524

Poster

Download the poster: PDF

Program

Download the program: PDF

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