Cinema and Decolonization Exhibition Arrives at Rio’s Modern Art Museum This Weekend

This exhibition will include films from Colombia, Mozambique, and Guinea-Bissau; plus it will feature a special conversation between directors Ruy Guerra, Murilo Salles, and Hernani Heffner about the revolutionary films they made in seventies' Mozambique.

By Jack Arnhold, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – From Friday, May 10th, until Sunday, May 12th, the Museu de Arte Moderna (Modern Art Museum) of Rio de Janeiro will be hosting an exhibition titled "Filme revisitado, sempre um novo filme – Cinema e descolonização" (Film revisited, always a new film - Cinema and decolonization). This exhibition will be showing newly restored and newly rediscovered films dealing with decolonization, colonialism, and a reflection on cinema’s role in this process.

On Friday, May 10th, at 4 PM, the exhibition will open with a newly-restored version of "Nuestra Voz de Tierra . . .

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