Fight Like a Girl is an eight-episode comedy/fantasy that speaks about places of speech and its meanings and consequences – for good and bad. The story is situated in nowadays Rio de Janeiro.
The film’s background is the story of Henrique Klaus, a failure of a writer who uses a woman’s name to enter a literary contest to find the next Brazilian woman writer. Klaus comes up with the pseudonym “Clarice Clair” and writes a book inspired by the Elena Ferrante phenomenon – who, according to rumors, is, in fact, a man. However, his lack of intimate knowledge about woman’s issues blocks his way.
This is where the series becomes a fantasy in which Klaus creates, in his fiction, Maria Ana, who decides to help him write the novel and thus becomes a legitimate ghostwriter. Written by four hands, the book titled FIGHT LIKE A GIRL wins the contest. And Clarice Clair goes on to become the best-selling author in the country.
Centro Liberdade, a community center in a humble neighborhood in Porto Alegre, is about to close. If it closes, the local residents would be forced to go to a center far from where they live to be able to enjoy essential services as daycare for children. Gabrielle, a humble young woman graduated in social services, […]
After the premature death of her father, an environmental photographer, Alice needs to get close to her mother to carry out the project conceived by her father: to study cases of mutualism between species, where cooperation is above competition. In each episode, they look for examples of good coexistence, which demonstrate a more altruistic way […]
“The Willis” is a TV series that blends suspense and erotism. It was based on a tale that surfaced thanks to German writer Heinrich Heine (1797-1856) in his book “Florentine Nights”. This tale also served as inspiration for the noted romantic ballet “Giselle”, which premiered in Paris in 1840. The original XIX story says that […]
The Project “One Year in Vortex” proposes a series of 10 half-hour episodes that tell the story of the bar-studio-record shop called “Vortex” (1987-1988) and of the hundreds of rock musicians and fans that used to hang out there while still very young. These people may not be young anymore, but they keep many memories, […]