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The screening is offered as part of the embassy’s Cineclub Brazil program, which aims to showcase the best of Brazilian cinema for free.

The Brazilian embassy in London continues its series of screenings in September with the screening of Murillo Salles’ literary minded drama Camila Jam (Nome Próprio), which the embassy describes as “the story of a young woman in her quest for artistic accomplishment and personal happiness”.

Due to other events taking place on the ground floor of the embassy, the film will be the single film that the embassy screens in that month, as opposed to their regular two, so make sure to reserve a place as soon as possible as space is limited.

You can get your spot by RSVPing to culturalbrazil.rsvp@gmail.com. The screening will be held on Wednesday 20th September in the embassy, just off of Trafalgar Square, at 6:45pm. Doors will open at 6:15pm and latecomers will not be permitted entrance after 7pm.

Camila Jam was released in 2007 and won the Best Film, Best Actress and Best Art Direction awards at the 2008 Gramado Film Festival; going on to win the Best Actress award from the Brazilian Cinema Academy in 2009.

Mark Birrell

Mark is the editor of The Spread as well as a copywriter, and lifelong cinephile, who received his bachelors in Film and Comparative Literature from the University of London. You can follow him on Twitter @markwbirrell

Posted on Aug 31, 2017

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