RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The National Film Agency (ANCINE) has suspended the permission granted to the producers of the films "Greta" and "Negrum3" a daily allowance of R$4.6 thousand (US$1.150), for each film, meant to enable the films to be screened at the Queer International Film Festival, in Lisbon.
Three weeks ago, the ANCINE had approved the "granting of financial support" for the films. The features deal with homosexuality and negritude (blackness). "Greta" stars Marco Nanini and tells the story of a homosexual nurse who is a fan of actress Greta Garbo.
The producers of "Negrum3 . . .