On 3 March 2017, Fabio da Costa Saldanha was shot dead by Brazilian police, just ten years ago he was the subject of a documentary, Rio Breaks. Huck Publisher and the film's writer/co-producer Vince Medeiros pays tribute to the young Fabio.
Hundreds join Dalston’s Rio Cinema picket line against mass redundancies, to “save the soul of the local community cinema”.
Surfers from Rocinha, Rio de Janeiro’s largest favela, are coming together to protect their barrelling home break from chronic water pollution.
Jonathan Shaw travelled the world and left a red-hot mark on the people and places he encountered, but the real adventure, he insists, is the one you start when you get back home.
Boogie reveals the hidden world of poverty and violence that exists in the shadows of cities around the world, from New York to Kingston, Jamaica. But what did he find on the streets of Rio?
Rio de Janeiro’s Ballet de Santa Teresa is providing hope, education and a safe haven for some of the most disadvantaged children in Brazil.
Gilles Peterson celebrates the best of Brazilian music culture past, present and future.
Artist Douglas Mayhew's exhaustive photo-study of favela life shatters the mystery that surrounds these misunderstood communities.
Huck speaks to Joe Davis, founder of Far Out Records about his mission to share the best of the Brazilian underground with the world.