Inffinito Brazilian Film Festival brings plurality to theaters in Miami and New York

August 4, 2023
"Fogaréu" Flávia Neves. Photo: MPM Premium

This year’s program will feature a vast selection of 60 Brazilian films including documentaries and features premiering in the U.S.

The 27th edition of the Inffinito Brazilian Film Festival is set to take place from August 5 to September 30, 2023. This annual event, hosted in Miami for almost three decades, has become a tradition and part of the South Florida cultural events calendar.

It also reaches New York with events at SummerStage in Central Park, Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn, and Rainey Park in Astoria, Queens. The Festival celebrates 27 years of milestones and achievements thanks to the efforts of Inffinito Arts Foundation creators and directors – Adriana L. Dutra, Claudia Dutra, and Viviane B. Spinelli – who have hosted 94 festivals in 13 countries, and presented more than 2,000 Brazilian films.

This year’s program will feature a vast selection of 60 films including documentaries and features premiering in the US that reflect the plurality of Brazilian audiovisual production.

Inffinito Brazilian Film Festival in Miami

There will also be concerts, outdoor cinema events, parties, tributes, and lots of Brazilian culture – both in person and virtually – throughout American territory.

In-person screenings will run from August 30 to September 2 at the Village East by Angelika in New York City and from September 10 to 15 at the Silverspot Cinema in Downtown Miami.

There will also be two free outdoor screenings: Dom Salvador & Abolition by Lilka Hara & Artur Ratton on August 25 at 8 pm at Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn; Eskawatã Kayawai: The Spirit of Transformation by Lara Jacoski & Patrick Belém on September 2 at Rainey Park in Astoria Queens.

Dom Salvador & Abolition

Virtual screenings will be available throughout the US from August 5 to September 30 at with recent releases as well as two thematic exhibitions specially prepared for this edition: LGBTQIAPN+ Screenings and Indigenous Screenings.

There is also a tribute to filmmaker Tetê Moraes for her 80 years of life dedicated to cinema, journalism, and literature focusing on women in Brazilian society.

The celebration culminates with two great outdoor concerts with singer/rapper/composer Emicida on September 3 at SummerStage Central Park (free admission) and on September 9 at Miami Beach Bandshell (Miami).

See below the Inffinito Brazilian Film Festival’s full schedule:

VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING – August 5 to September 30 

Virtual programming on showcasing 43 films in five virtual rooms:

AUGUST 5 to SEP 02

Panorama Screenings of Feature Films

Filmmaker Tetê Moraes Tribute Screenings

03/SEP to 15/SEP

Documentary in Competition 

16/SEP to 30/SEP

Indigenous Screenings

LGBTQIAPN+ Screenings


NEW YORK – August 25 to September 3


Outdoor screening of the documentary Dom Salvador & Abolitionby Artur Ratton and Lilka Hara.

Location: Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn


AUG/30 to SEPT/02

27th Inffinito Brazilian Film Festival official screenings and music documentaries in partnership with Cinema Tropical.

Location: Village East by Angelika, NY



Outdoor Cinema – Eskawatã Kayawai, The Spirit of Transformation by Lara Jacoski and Patrick Belém.

Location: Rainey Park, Astoria, Queens


Eskawatã Kayawai: The Spirit of Transformation


Show EMICIDA – Brazilian rapper, composer, and thinker. 

Opening act – Colombian rapper GOYO

Outdoor Screening: AmarElo – It’s All for Yesterday by Fred Ouro Preto

Location: SummerStage in Central Park, NY


MIAMI – September 8 to 16


Kick off screening in partnership with The55Project.

Cocktail followed by the screening of Inhotim from Within by Tiago Arakalian. 

Location: O Cinema South Beach 



Miami opening with EMICIDA in concert. 

Outdoor Screening: AmarElo – It’s All for Yesterday by Fred Ouro Preto

Location: Miami Beach Bandshell


10/SEPT to 16/SEPT

27th Inffinito Brazilian Film Festival Competitive Screenings.

Premiere films from various regions of Brazil will compete for the Crystal Lens Award.

Location: Silverspot Cinema Downtown Miami


Event tickets:

Tickets cost US$18, and access to all virtual screenings on the  platform for just US$4.99.

Miami residents can also purchase the VIP Member Package for US$150.00, which entitles one (1) ticket for each movie showing at Silverspot Cinema Miami, two (2) tickets to the Emicida show at the Miami Beach Bandshell, and two (2) access codes for all 45 screenings at

Tatiana Cesso

As a journalist, I've made it my mission to explore and share stories that inspire, inform, and entertain. You may have stumbled upon my work in esteemed publications such as InStyle, Marie Claire, Bazaar, L’Officiel, and Vogue, among others. Having called the U.S. home since 2010, I've lived in Chicago, LA, and currently, Miami. But my heart always beats to the rhythm of Brazil. It's where I was born and raised, and my love for its culture, people, and energy knows no bounds. To share this passion, I've founded Brazilcore, a platform aimed at bridging the gap between Brazil and English speakers worldwide.

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