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Alvorada – Aufbruch in Brasilien

Alvorada – Brazil’s Changing Face
Film still from ALVORADA – AUFBRUCH IN BRASILIEN: A group of people are standing around two others, who are sitting on chairs, and holding two dark umbrellas.
© DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum

Sat 24.09.
18:00

  • Director

    Hugo Niebeling

  • FRG / 1962
    81 min. / DCP

  • Cinema

    Arsenal 1

    zu den Ticketszu dem Kalender
  • Introduction: Holger Ziegler (DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum)

ALVORADA is a documentary about Brazil and the formative influence industrial and societal upheavals have had on its history. This portrait of the fifth-largest country in the world surveys its people, landscapes, and modern metropolises, as well its arts and culture. But the primary focus is on structural changes, beginning in earnest in 1956 with preparations to move the capital to the new purpose-built city of Brasilia. Seen from the perspective of European eyes, the film’s cornucopia of impressions paints a picture of a multi-cultural, diverse nation.

Funded by:

  • Logo Minister of State for Culture and the Media
  • Logo des Programms NeuStart Kultur