DZI CROQUETTES is today the most awarded Documentary in Brazilian History with an array of awards, including awards in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Miami, London, Torino and Brazil and the equivalent of the Brazilian Academy Awards and the Golden Globes in Rio de Janeiro. After its successful run in its country of origin, Dzi Croquettes represented Brazil in more than 50 international film festivals. It was first showned in NYC at the MoMA, followed by TRIBECA DOC Series. The film premiered commercially, for its Oscar qualifying run, at the IFC Village (NYC) and Sunset 5 (L.A) in November of 2011, getting outstanding reviews at the LA Times, Variety, NY Times, among others.

​Pleasure-packed with the group’s mesmerizing dance-satirical-theatrical performances in Brazil and in Europe, and passionately commented by Liza Minnelli’s interview in the documentary in which she embodies the excitement, originality, and talent the group was all about: a Brazilian groundbreaking theater group, inspired the youth to resist the 1968 military censorship’s ban on freedom of speech during Brazil’s violent dictatorship. Their innovative dance, political satire, hypnotic sensuality, humor, and explosive performances took Brazil and Europe by storm. Godmothered by Liza Minnelli, the group attracted front‐row fans including Catherine Deneuve, Omar Sharif, Mick Jagger, Josephine Baker, Maurice Béjart, Andy Warhol, Marisa Berenson among many others.

2011 – ACIE  - Brazilian Golden Globes - WINNER Best Film of the Year
2011 – Brazilian Academy Awards – WINNER Best Documentary
2011 -  Brazilian Academy Awards - WINNER Best Editing
2011 -  SESC Best Films of the Year – WINNER Best Documentary
2010 – FRAMELINE 34, San Francisco/USA- WINNER Best Documentary Jury Award
2010 – TORINO Int’l GLBT FF, Italy - WINNER Best Documentary Audience Award
2010 – London Brazilian Film Festival – WINNER Best Documentary Audience Award
2010 – DANCE, CAMERA, WEST, Los Angeles USA – WINNER Best Outstanding Documentary
2010 – 14th MIAMI Brazilian Film Festival – USA- WINNER Best Documentary Audience Award
2010 – LABRFF 2010, Los Angeles/USA - WINNER Jury Award
2010 – For Rainbow Film Festival – WINNER Best Documentary
2009 – FOREIGN MINISTRY AWARD (Itamaraty Award) - WINNER Best Documentary
2009 – 33th São Paulo Int’l Film Festival - WINNER Best Documentary Audience Award
2009 - 17th Mix Brazil Int’l Film Festival – WINNER Best Documentary Audience Award
2009 - IN-EDIT Int’l Documentary Film Festival – WINNER Best Documentary Audience Award
2009 - 5th FESTCINE Goiânia - WINNER Best Editing 
2009 – Rio de Janeiro Int’l Film Festival – WINNER Jury Award
2009 – Rio de Janeiro Int’l Film Festival – WINNER Audience Award


Filme - 70 minutos

Consideradas minorias, travestis vivem no cotidiano a rede de preconceitos tecida pela sociedade. O filme BR TRANS acompanha Silvero Pereira, ator, que desde 2004 se dedica a uma pesquisa sobre o universo das travestis e transformistas no Brasil encenando o espetáculo de mesmo nome em todo território nacional. “BR TRANS – cartografia artístico e social do universo Trans no Brasil” amplia essa investigação, promovendo um paralelo entre a pesquisa vivenciada no dia-a-dia das travestis e transformistas do Nordeste, com relatos atuais e o paralelo da visão do artista..


Documentário de 90 minutos sobre a interpretação que o efeito da passagem linear do tempo exerce na vida do artista e de como ele interpreta os efeitos de sua infuência na vida artística e pessoal. A partir de depoimentos colhidos entre os moradores do Retiro dos Artistas, o filme retrata a passagem do tempo na vida pessoal e profissional de indivíduos classificados como representantes da "terceira idade". Suas aflições, memórias, expectativas e a forma como enxergam os efeitos da passagem do tempo em suas vidas e obras servem para ilustrar os efeitos cronológicos do tempo em suas trajetórias. Através de seus depoimentos, podemos vislumbrar os pontos altos, baixos e a perenidade de como a passagem do tempo pode, ao mesmo tempo, aperfeiçoar e limitar o exercício da profissão desses indivíduos. O tempo, em sua plenitude poética, física e existencial é escrutinado e interpretado pelos artistas ao mesmo tempo em que as consequências dessa jornada são evidenciadas em seus depoimentos.


Written by the acclaimed American writer Steve Yockey and portrayed by the Award Winning actress Stacy Melich, (winner of Best Actress at the Atlanta Int'l Film Festival), "MEDUSA" is a film that voyages into issues that society just might believe they have all wrapped up. One woman’s right to choose is hung out to witness as she weights in on her own self-preservation.


The blue or the red? The Star or the heart? The historic rivalry between those two teams locally called  “Caprichoso” and “Garantido” dominates the Island, throughout the  imagination and culminates in one of the major popular festivals  in Brazil: The “Festival of Parintins”. Produced by TRIA Productions, this documentary shows not only the festival of the folklore Island of Parintins, in the Amazon but also the history, preparation, life and journey of its residents.