Propriedade – Brasil: A Slow Film Festival (CCA_Glasgow)

6 months / 6 screenings

Daniel Bandeira | Brazil | 2022| 101’

BRASIL: A Slow Film Festival proudly presents Propriedade, a film by Daniel Bandeira, that paints a picture of a society in which the rift between the elitist individualism of the rich and the collective rage of the poor seems insurmountable.

Where:@CCA (Centre for Contemporary Arts 350 Sauchiehall Street Glasgow G2 3JD)
When: Sat 20 April – Doors open at 19:30, screening starts at 20:00



Content Warnings: This program contains violent content which may be too intense for some viewers.

Ages: 14+ accompanied by an adult

This film is also going to be shown in Edinburgh the 27th of April: Click Here

Propriedade (Daniel Bandeira, 2022)

Logline: When rebelling workers occupy Teresa’s family estate, she flees at the last minute into her armored car. She is trapped but refuses to negotiate. A thriller where two universes are about to collide.

Synopsis: Ever since she was the victim of a hostage situation, Teresa has lived in seclusion in her townhouse. She is clearly still so distressed that she can even only bear to watch her beloved dog through the window of her veranda. When she decides to go to her family’s country estate to recuperate, her husband Roberto buys her a state-of-the-art armoured car to make her feel safer. However, shortly after they arrive, the farm’s workers – who are to be dismissed after years of exploitation – occupy the estate house at gunpoint. While Roberto is taken hostage, Teresa manages to escape to the safety of the car at the last minute. But she cannot start the vehicle and is trapped. Shots are heard more and more often, and the prospect of negotiations dissolves into blood.

PROPERTY is the second feature film written and directed by Daniel Bandeira. Cinematography by Pedro Sotero (“Bacurau”, “Aquarius”, “Gabriel and the Mountain”), production design by Maíra Mesquita (“Corpo Elétrico”, “Boi Neon”, “Periscópio”) and editing by Matheus Farias (“Uninhabitable”, “Caranguejo Rei”). The film stars Malu Galli (“Além da Ilusão”, “O Xangô de Baker Street”) and Zuleika Ferreira (“Baile Perfumado”). Also in the cast are Tavinho Teixeira (“Batguano” and “Sol Alegria”) and Samuel Santos, founder of “O Poste”, a black theater group from Recife.


Festivals & Awards

Berlinale – Panorama Section 2023

Edinburgh International Film Festival EIFF 2023

Reims Polar – Official Competition

Istanbul Film Festival – Mined Zone Competition

Fantastic Fest Austin – Best Feature Award

Biarritz Latin American Film Festival – Official Competition

Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival – Orbita Competition

Brooklyn Horror Festival – Best Film Award

Kaohsiung Film Festival – Panorama Competition

Leiden Film Festival – Bonkers! Competition

Festival De Huelva – Cine Ibero Americano

Paris International Fantastic Film


Brasil: A Slow Film Festival is organized by CinemaAttic and Supported by the Consulate General of Brazil in Edinburgh, The Guimarães Rosa Institute and Screen Scotland.


Propriedade by Daniel Bandeira. Brasil: A Slow Film Festival
Centre for Contemporary Arts, 350 Sauchiehall Street,Glasgow,Scotland-G2 3JD
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BRASIL: A Slow Film Festival proudly presents Propiedade (Propiety) by Daniel Bandeira. A film that paints a picture of a society in which the rift between the elitist individualism of the rich and the collective rage of the poor seems insurmountable.
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