Sale of tickets for Musical Exhibition at the Cinema at MIS!

Sale of tickets for Musical Exhibition at the Cinema at MIS!

The new exhibition MIS started selling tickets!

Held in partnership with Cité de la Musique – Philharmonie de Paris, the exhibition Musicals in Cinema draws an overview of the universe of the musical genre in national and international cinema. Thus, the event will accompany the genre from the beginning of music cinema to award-winning works such as La La Land (2016).

Based on photographs, videos, posters, production documents, costumes and testimonials, the show brings together musical films from different parts of the world, highlighting landmarks for the genre, such as Singing in the Rain (1952), Love sublime love (1961) and Dancing in the Dark (2000).

The researcher NT Binh was responsible for the curatorship, and the adaptation of the exhibition for the MIS was developed by journalist and filmmaker Duda Leite.

“With the curatorial adaptation of the exhibition, we intend to present a wide panel of the production of musical films produced in Brazil, from 1927 to 2019, with special emphasis on some movements and cinematographic studios”, explains Duda.

The complete filmmaker “Carmen Miranda, the“ most famous Brazilian of the 20th century ”, and our biggest musical star, will gain a space dedicated only to her, with excerpts from her classic musicalslike “Between Loura and Morena” (1943), by Busby Berkeley, and “Uma Noite no Rio” (1941), by Irving Cummings -, thein addition to a special selection of objects used in films. There could be, of course, personal items, including one of his iconic turbans ”.

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Musical Shows in Cinema
Where: MIS-SP | Av. Europa, 158 – Jardim Europa – São Paulo / SP – 01449-000
When: November 13, 2019 to February 9, 2020
Schedule: Tuesdays to Saturdays, from 10 am to 8 pm (stay until 10 pm); Sundays and holidays, from 10 am to 7 pm (stay until 9 pm)
Ticket
: R $ 30.00 (whole) and R $ 15.00 (half) – on sale from 25.09 on the SYMPLA website
Free admission on Tuesdays and for children up to five years
Parental rating: Free

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