Since the beginning of the pandemic, With the closing of all movie theaters, Imovision had to postpone several launches. Works of great international prestige and awaited by the public as “Ema” by Pablo Larraín with Gael Garcia Bernal, “Undine” by Christian Petzold with Paula Beer and “Alice and the Mayor” by Nicolas Pariser with Anaïs Demoustier and Fabrice Luchini will have to wait a little longer to reach the big screens. The distributor announces on the vignette these three and fourteen more films, promising to return soon with a strong and diverse lineup.
Meanwhile, Imovision brought several new features to the public to keep them safe at home, enjoying the best of world cinema. With the launch of the online store, not end of April, with DVDs and posters of various titles distributed in Brazil, including the bestsellers “O Bar Luva Dourada” and “Climax”.
Other highly successful films such as the Palme d'Or winner “Blue is the Warmest Color” and the Oscar winners for Best Foreign Film “Amor” and “A Separação”, are available on several digital platforms. The distributor also made free and important films available to the public, such as “I'm not your Negro”, “Free Angela Davis” and “A Fantastic Woman”, which will have its exhibition released by 24 hours on LGBTI Pride Day +.
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