By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Until Wednesday, November 2nd, São Paulo residents and visitors will have the opportunity to watch hundreds of films from Brazil and abroad at the São Paulo International Film Festival. The 40th edition of the festival, which opened on October 20th, will show 322 different films in 35 locations, including cultural centers and museums around the state capital, including free outdoor projections during weekends.
“I think this is a year that we have to make political reflections, think about it (political situation) calmly and reflectively,” festival curator, Renata de . . .