Bossa Nova Films


- Série

Motel premieres on HBO max Motel premieres on HBO max

Motel, created and directed by Fabrizia Pinto, goes on air on December, 3rd, at 11:30 pm, on Max channel. The production gathers in its six episodes, different stories that happened in six rooms of a motel, each one is based in different genders: suspense, comedy, terror, romance, drama and criminal.

The first episode narrates a comic story of the couple Zoraíde (Fabiana Guglielmetti) and Otávio (Felipe Rocha).  She is a ghost hooker, who has her spirit imprisoned in the room, after she was murdered in the 70’s. He is a clumsy guy that goes to the same room with a call girl. When Zoraide appears to Otávio, both develop a troubled and passionate relationship.

With executive production of Margarida Ribeiro, Motel also counts on the scriptwriters Reinaldo Moraes,  Marcio “Alemão” Delgado and José Roberto Torero.

- Publicidade

Rio 2016 Mascots Rio 2016 Mascots

Ale Lucas and Tiago Soban directed “Transformação”, Bradesco’s new film. The bank’s new campaign, created by mcgarrybowen Brasil, encourages the audience to choose names for the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic games mascots.

The film presents the characters and highlights the power sports have to transform lives. It invites Brazilian to vote for their favorite names. Whoever participates can vote among three options: Oba and Eba, Tiba Tuque and Esquindim or Vinicius and Tom.

Voting can be done through the website ( and directly on Bradesco’s Twitter ( until December 14, 2014.


- Publicidade

Natura releases Christmas film Natura releases Christmas film

Gabi Brites directs Natura’s new Christmas film called “First Christmas Together”.

Created by Peralta, the film rebuilds the concept of “Every relationship is a gift” and highlights that the family format is changing and assuming new shapes.

The commercial shows, from a child’s point of view, a girl explaining to her younger half- sister who just integrated the family how is their family constitution. The campaign enhances that family bonds do not depend on direct blood ties.  

The film will be shown on cinemas, and open and cable TV.