The Rio Film Festival has announced today the official lineup for its 2015 which will take place October 1-14 in Brazil. In total 13 feature films will be competing in Première Brasil, the main section of the festival.
The competing films are Aspirantes by de Ives Rosenfeld, A Floresta Que se Move by Vinícius Coimbra, Beatriz by Alberto Graça, Neon Bull / Boi Neon (pictured left) by Gabriel Mascaro, Califórnia by Marina Person, Campo Grande by Sandra Kogut, Introdução à Música do Sangue by Luiz Carlos Lacerda, Mate-me Por Favor by Anita Rocha da Silveira, Mundo Cão by Marcos Jorge, Nise - Coração da Loucura by Roberto Berliner, Órfãos do Eldorado by Guilherme Coelho, Quase Memória by Ruy Guerra, Tudo que Aprendemos Juntos by Sérgio Machado.
In the documentary section, seven film will be competing: Betinho - A Esperança Equilibrista by Victor Lopes, Cordilheiras no Mar: A Fúria do Fogo Bárbaro by Geneton Moraes Neto, Crônica da Demolição by Eduardo Ades, Futuro Junho by Maria Augusta Ramos, Marias by Joana Mariani, Mario Wallace Simonsen, Entre a Memória e a História by Ricardo Pinto e Silva, and Olmo and the Seagull / Olmo e a Gaivota (pictured right) by Petra Costa and Lea Glob.
The festival also announced the lineup for its ‘Novos Rumos’ section, which will feature A Morte de J.P. Cuenca by João Paulo Cuenca, A Seita by André Antônio, Beira-Mar by Filipe Matzembacher and Marcio Reolon, Clarisse ou alguma coisa sobre nós dois by Petrus Cariry, Jonas by Lô Politi, and Ralé by Helena Ignez.