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Brazilian Film Festival
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The Hollywood Brazilian Film Festival ( HBRFEST ) is a young, rapidly growing festival dedicated to promoting independent filmmaking. The Festival separates itself from other film festivals by embracing the Brazilian flavor through screenings of Brazilian feature films, promoting renowned Brazilian stars and its dedication. The 2014 HBRFEST will include a variety of screenings of some of the year’s top indie films, panels and workshops that feature award-winning actors, writers and directors, VIP parties and Film business industry. This year the HBRFEST will also recognize two award recipients in the following categories: The 2014 Rising Star Award and 2014 HBRFEST Award.
The 6th ANNUAL HOLLYWOOD BRAZILIAN FILM FESTIVAL will wrap up four days of fun, happiness and film. Guests, filmmakers, film lovers and celebrities will travel from all over the world to be a part of this unique Hollywood Brazilian film festival held at the luxurious, all-inclusive Egyptian theatre in Hollywood, California.
“The Hollywood Brazilian Film Festival (HBRFEST), is a non-profit 501c (3) Tax ID Number: 26-2563364 organization whose mission is to support and promote diverse visions by Brazilian filmmakers, and also promoting the diversity of our Brazilian culture”.