Ken Loach Films to Screen at Rio’s Caixa Cultural in April

The retrospective will display 22 feature-length films by the British director, including rare productions like "Looks and Smiles" (1981) and the award-winning "I, Daniel Blake" (2016).

By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Next Tuesday, April 3rd, Caixa Cultural, located in Centro, opens the exhibit "O Cinema Político de Ken Loach" (The Political Cinema of Ken Loach), dedicated to the filmography of the renowned British director. Until Sunday, April 15th, the event will screen 22 of Loach's movies, and also promote two panel discussions.

Curated by Claudia Oliveira and Fernanda Bastos, the exhibit aims to honor the 81-year-old filmmaker who cannot stand still in contemporary social challenges, which are thoroughly depicted in his films with humor, sensibility, and insight.

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