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Second Wave of Titles Announced for Brazil’s Fantaspoa 2018 Film Festival

The biggest celebration of genre films in Latin America will kick off on May 17th with Brazil's 2018 Fantaspoa film festival, and following the reveal of the first wave of titles, the second wave of titles for the anticipated festival have now been unveiled, along with the announcement that filmmaker William Lustig will join Mick Garris in receiving a career achievement award:

We have the official press release below with the full second wave of titles, and be sure to visit Fantaspoa's official website for more information.

Press Release: Porto Alegre, Brazil - April 30, 2018 - Brazil's Fantaspoa, the largest genre film festival in Latin America, is proud to reveal the second wave of programming selected for their upcoming fourteenth edition, running from May 17th through June 3rd, 2018. The celebrated genre film fest, which takes place annually in the lakeside city of Porto Alegre will announce their full line-up, containing more than 100 films from around the world,
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First round of films announced for ‘Fantaspoa 2018′

Brazil’s Fantaspoa, the largest genre film festival in Latin America, is proud to reveal the first wave of films selected for their upcoming fourteenth edition, running from May 17th through June 3rd. The celebrated genre film fest, which takes place annually in Porto Alegre will announce their full line-up, consisting of more than 100 films, on the first week of May.

Fifteen features have just been announced, in addition to the previously-announced opening night film, Rodrigo Aragão’s Brazilian feature A Mata Negra, and closing night film, A Pedra da Serpente – the first feature from award-winning Brazilian filmmaker Fernando Sanches, co-produced by the festival’s own Fantaspoa Produções.

Honored guests at Fantaspoa 2018 include “Masters of Horror” creator Mick Garris, renowned for his cinematic adaptations of Stephen King novels; and Romanian actress Elina Löwensohn, famous for starring in features from Hal Hartley, Michael Almereyda, and other greats. Attending filmmakers include Marc Carreté,
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