Fresh off its Sundance actress prize and Berlin Panorama Audience Award for "The Second Mother," Gullane Filmes, run by Fabiano and Caio Gullane and a Brazilian movie powerhouse, is partnering with…
The old fortune-cookie wisdom about the journey being more important than the destination is emphatically underscored by Brazilian Sundance entry "Father's Chair."
Business is looking up for Brazil's independent TV producers, thanks to a small but rapidly expanding number of pay TV channels owned by local and international companies, all hungry for local…
The production company of Fernando Meirelles, arguably Brazil's most important helmer today, was founded in 1990, and five years later became the country's leading producer of commercials.
Lumina Films will be selling a full-length feature derived from the Brazilian TV series "City of Men." Pic is set for a late 2005 start, and the shingle will also handle sales on the series' third…
A two-decade chronicle of the growth of drug trade and gang warfare that grip the slums of Rio de Janeiro, "City of God" delivers a bruising, visceral experience of the vicious spiral of violence…
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