Our original productions


Our current productions that together have been screened in over 40 international film festivals.


2020, short, experimental

A poetry film made entirely with a cell phone exploring the regret and longing of a Brazilian immigrant in London.

Brazil-UK production.

2019, short fiction, romance

Shot in 2017 with crowdfunded money, ‘Infinite While It Lasts’ is the first fiction film about asexuality. Based on research and interviews conducted over a three-year period, the project won a pitching competition for a free sound mixing process by Cinecolor, considered to be the best post-production company in Latin America. Premiered at the 33rd BFI Flare Film Festival!

2019, short fiction, drama

After an accident, Duda must deal with Manuela, a nurse haired to spend the weekend at her house. A film about a friendship that overcomes the barriers of work relationships and social classes. Debut film of the director Olavo Ribeiro.

2018, short fiction, romance

Our exciting second film! Two photographers discover Sao Paulo as they fall in love. Part of the ‘42 Frameline Film Festival’, the oldest and largest LGBTQ film exhibition event in the world. Premiered at Boston’s 34th Wicked Queer, and also screened at the 28th Inside Out Toronto, the 32th Leeds International Film Festival and the 26th Mix Brasil.

2017, short fiction, drama

Our debut short film, about a couple fighting with depression and finding the joy of living again. Screened at more than 30 international film festivals, including 36th Vancouver International, 35th Reeling Chicago, 33th Wicked Queer Boston, 25th Queer Screen - Mardi Gras, and winning five awards to date (including ‘Best National Short Film’ – Overcome Film Festival).

Our upcoming work


Our future short film projects.


Windows, aka Two Idiots Make a Film

2019, in post-production, short film

A filmmaker and her cinematographer spend a day trying to find the best windows in town for an insert in their film.

The God and the Fox

2020, in development, short film

A fable that takes place in Brazil, heavily influenced by Japanese culture. A little girl is offered her most hidden desire by a cunning fox, for a price.

Eternal Summer of the Heart

2020, in development, short film

A story of love and cinema. Two Canadian filmmakers try to figure out how they drifted apart while their films screen at the Sao Paulo International Film Festival.

São Paulo, Brazil.

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