Among the many genre events that have been cancelled or postponed due to the spread of the coronavirus, the organizers of Brazil’s Fantaspoa have announced that this year’s edition has been shifted from May to later this year. At the same time, they are set to debut a new home-viewing platform early next month.
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We previously reported on the first round of films playing the Fantaspoa festival, and now the final, extensive lineup and more info have been unveiled; you can read it and check out the fest trailer past the jump.
Latin America’s largest genre festival, Brazil’s Fantaspoa has announced the first round of movies for its 2019 edition. Read on for the titles and to check out the event’s poster.
The 2018 edition of Brazil’s Fantaspoa festival wrapped up this past week, and the winners of its multiple awards have been revealed, along with the launch of its genre-centric distribution arm.