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By Xiu Ying, Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - Cine Bijou, a traditional São Paulo street cinema founded in the 1960s, will reopen its doors in the second half of June.

The space located in praça Roosevelt, known for displaying copyright films during the dictatorship, has been closed since 1996 and will return to activity, now under the command of Ivam Cabral and Rodolfo García Vázquez, founders of the neighboring theater company Os Satyros.

The aim, according to the two, is to maintain the same avant-garde spirit that marked the place.

"There will be many . . .

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