Ricardo 'Gordo' Carvalho is recognized for being talented at telling good stories. His professional career is marked by the direction of actors, including children and babies. Indeed, 'Gordo' is one of the greatest directors of the country in the art of capturing the spontaneity of them.
The director also stands out for his experience in implementing large productions, always with good solutions for the filmings.
Among his greatest works repercussions are the campaign film “A número 1" (Brahma), "Gostoso como a vida deve ser" (McDonald's), "Desarmamento" (Bronze Clio Awards Festival in 2006 in the category Television / Cinema ) and "Mamíferos" (Parmalat).
The director also has been in charge of campaigns for brands like Unilever, Procter & Gamble, Nestlé, Mastercard, Bradesco and GM.
Conspiração partner since 1995, Andrucha Waddington is considered one of the most important directors of Brazilian cinema.
He directed "Casa de Areia" (“The House of Sand”/ 2005), Sundance Award / NHK International Filmmakers for Best Screenplay; "Eu Tu Eles" (“Me You Them”/ 2000), Official Selection of the Cannes Film Festival and Best Film festivals of Havana and Cartagena; and "Gêmeas" (“Twins”/1999). He also directed one of the segments of the film "Rio, Eu Te Amo" (“Rio, I love you”/ 2014). His feature-length fiction fifth – "Os Penetras" (“The Party Crashers”) – hit theaters in 2012 and it was seen by over 2.5 million viewers.
For TV, he directed the documentary "André Midani - Do vinil ao download" (GNT / 2015) about the life of one of the biggest executives in the Brazilian music market, yet "Viva São João" (“Viva Saint John”), "Maria Bethania - Pedrinha de Aruanda ", " Ao Vivo Lá em Casa, by Arnaldo Antunes” and "Banda Dois", by Gilberto Gil.
Awarded in international advertising festivals, including Cannes, Andrucha is one of the most coveted advertising directors in the country. He also directed "Lope" (2010), winner of Brazil-Spain co-production of two Goya Awards (the Spanish Oscar).
Founding partner of Conspiração, Arthur Fontes has five released long. Among them, "O Primeiro Pecado" episode of "Traição" (“Betrayal”/ 1998), elected as Best Film Festival of Huelva, Spain; "Família Braz – Dois Tempos" (2002), co-directed with Harazim Dorrit, who won the award for Best Brazilian Documentary Feature or Medium Film Festival "É Tudo Verdade"; "Surf Adventures - The Movie" (2001) and "Podecrer" (“Right On!”/ 2007). Arthur debuted in film in the direction of short "Trancado (Por Dentro)", first national film to be selected for the Sundance Film Festival.
For directing music videos won the top prizes at the MTV Brazil Awards. In 2000 he was the winner of the Professional of the Year award in the national category, with the film "Sambista" made for Antarctica beer.
On TV, he directed two seasons of the serie "Amor Veríssimo" based on the stories written by Luis Fernando Verissimo (2014/2015 in the GNT), and even episodes of "Mandrake" (HBO, 2005), for which he was twice a finalist in the Emmy . Arthur was also a finalist for the Emmy in two other opportunities: for his work on "Futebol" (Video Movies), co-directed with João Moreira Salles, and "Ensaio Geral".
In 2011, he directed "Histórias do Brasil" series shown on TV Brazil, which reproduced moments in Brazilian history, mixing fiction and documentary.
Partner of Conspiração, prestigious director in film and advertising market, Breno Silveira is graduated of Ecole Louis Lumière in Paris and has begun his career in cinematography, where he has signed more than ten films. Breno directs commercials for major brands and won in 2002 the award for Best Director for the Brazilian Association of Advertising.
His first feature film "2 Filhos de Francisco" (“Two Sons of Francisco”), based on the life of the musicians Zeze Di Camargo & Luciano is one of the largest domestic box office, with more than 5.3 million viewers (the film was the Brazilian representative for the Oscar for Best Foreign Film ).
They are also the long of him: "Era uma vez...." (“Once Upon a Time in Rio”/ 2008), selected for the Toronto Film Festival; "À Beira do Caminho" (“Along the Way”/ 2012), winner of five Calunga trophies at Cine PE (best film, best actor, best supporting actor, best screenplay and best film by jury) and also the Trophy Gilberto Freyre, recognition award to the appreciation of national identity; and "Gonzaga - de Pai pra Filho" (“Gonzaga”/ 2012), a biopic which depicts the relationship between two great icons of Brazilian popular music, Luiz Gonzaga and his son, singer-songwriter Gonzaguinha, Grand Prize winner of the Brazilian Cinema 2013 still awarded in the categories: best director, actor, supporting actor and sound.
Conspiração partner since 2000, Carolina Jabor launched in 2014,her fictional first feature film "Boa Sorte" (“Good Luck”), which received rave reviews and was chosen as best film at the jury of the 6th Paulinia Film Festival, in addition to winning the Prix du Festival du Cinéma in public Brésilien Paris.
In 2008, co-directed with Lula Buarque de Hollanda, released the documentary "O Mistério do Samba" (“The Mystery of Samba”) of the Old Guard of Portela, selected for the show Cinéma de la Plage, at the Cannes Film Festival and winner, for best documentary, Grand Prix of the Brazilian Cinema 2009.
On TV She signed the direction of episodes of the series "Magnífica 70" on the universe of Trash Mouth during the military dictatorship in Brazil (HBO, 2015) and produced and directed episodes of the series "A Mulher Invisível" (“The Invisible Woman”/ TV Globo, 2011), winner of the International Emmy in 2012, in the category comedy series. She also directed "A sede do peixe", especially about Milton Nascimento (HBO, 2003); the episode "Detetive", the "Mandrake" (HBO, 2005), series twice finalist for the International Emmy; and episodes of "Ó Pai Ó" (2008 and 2009, TV Globo).
Carolina also acts in the direction of advertising films, area where she began her career and won awards, working for clients such as Pantene, Unilever, Itaú and Tim.
Founding partner of Conspiração, Claudio Torres writes, directs and produces his films.
He began his career as an art director until he migrated to the direction of advertising and music videos, including "Segue o Seco", clip of the singer Marisa Monte, who received five MTV Awards in 1995, co-directed with José Henrique Fonseca.
As a director, his first job was "Redentor" (“Redeemer”/ 2004), a film selected for the Panorama in Berlin, which won the award for Best Direction of ACIE and the Great Brazilian Film Award. He also signed the direction of three other films: "A Mulher do Meu Amigo" (“My Best Friend’s Wife”/ 2008); "A Mulher Invisível" (“The Invisible Woman”/ 2009), a film that brought 2.3 million people to theaters; and "O Homem do Futuro" (“Man from the Future”/ 2011), romantic comedy which had 1.2 million viewers.
On TV, he directed the episode "Kolkata", the "Mandrake" series (HBO, 2005) and also signed the script of production, twice a finalist at the International Emmy.
In 2013, he was general director and one of the writers of the series "A Mulher Invisível" (TV Globo, 2011), an adaptation of the eponymous feature film, winner of the 2012 International Emmy in the category comedy series. In 2015 he signed the creation, writing and general direction of the series "Magnífica 70" (HBO), which addresses the universe of Trash Mouth and the military dictatorship in Brazil.
With extensive experience in post-production, Claudio Peralta signs the animation business direction and supervision of effects of advertising films and feature films of the production company such as "Os Penetras" (“The Party Crashers”/ 2012), "Gonzaga - De pai pra filho" (“Gonzaga”/ 2012), "Lope" (2010) and "O Homem do Futuro" (“Man from the Future”/ “2011).
In 2012 he won the Grand Trophy Othello in the category "best visual effect," at the Grand Prix of the Brazilian cinema. He also directed commercials for clients such as Johnnie Walker and Telefonica, as well as participate in projects of idealization, such as the launch of the Olympic brand "Rio 2016".
Peralta also has created openings TV shows like the series "Gonzaga - De pai pra filho" (2013 / TV Globo) and "A Segunda Vez" (2014 / Multishow).
Daniel is acknowledged for works that align spontaneity from the documentary to the photography and the aesthetics of advertising. He has filmed in more than 25 countries and he has representatives in Spain, Germany and Portugal and "wheel at the feet," as his friends used to say.
In Conspiração he won the Grand Prix, the first award of its kind in Brazil, at the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards 2012, the largest international festival of corporate films in the world, with "Dia Reflexão", produced for the Vale, and two golds. The following year he was invited to the festival jury member.
Is it a series of 10 mini-docs produced in 2014 for Itaú, "Brasileiros de Coração," which has more than 10 million views on Youtube. He also directed films for GM, P & G, Claro, Coca-Cola, Burger King, Puma, Antarctica, Red Bull and ONU.
In 2014 he won 4 Lions at Cannes Lions 3 Lions on Health in 2015, and Best Direct in the One Show, with "Tattoo Skin Cancer Check" campaign for the brand Sol de Janeiro, creation of Ogilvy Brazil. Graduated in Economics and Business Administration, Daniel moved to the Cinema when he stepped on his first film set in Lisbon, in a traineeship at Young & Rubicam Portugal. Back in Brazil, he began working at O2 Filmes, where he was assistant director of several directors, including Fernando Meirelles.
He received his first award as a director in the Exhibition of Sao Paulo Cinema, with the documentary "Deus e o Diabo em Cima da Muralha" (2006), a film with the doctor Drauzio Varella. He is addicted in good stories and enthralling characters.
An Advertising, Art + Music and Digital director at Conspiração, Fred Ouro Preto is part of the company’s new generation.
With an innovative language, Fred stands out in films produced for young audiences. The director specializes in productions with great visual impact, with dynamic editing and great aesthetic care with the photography.
His portfolio features campaigns for agencies such as Almap, Africa, JWT, Isobar and Leo Burnett. Fred is also one of the company’s most sought-after directors for music videos, the field in which he started his career, having worked with many mainstream artists of Brazilian music.
His music videos have had more than 220 million views on YouTube.
Gabriel Ghidalevich, director of the new generation production team, stands out for his work making the mix of documentary and nonfiction language to a visual aesthetic refined, typical of his films.
In Conspiração, he has directed more than 120 films #RioEuTeAmo movement, documentaries to traditional advertising. He was responsible for the experimental project creation and direction of a reality show about "Chacrinha, o musical" and he also directed films for the Museum of Modern Art - SP (MAM), Electrolux, Sundown, Banco do Brasil, Santander, Devassa, Fiat, Unilever, Nextel, among other major brands.
Gabriel began his career in the world of video art, where he was able to develop narrative and differentiated pictures. He also worked as an editor at the film department of Rede Globo, where he perfected himself in mounting, editing and finishing.
Henrique Manzoli has begun his career in Loducca and Lowe agencies. Then he went to Cuba, where he studied film at the Escuela the International Cine y TV San Antonio de los Baños (EICTV), he made a short film and was able to get deeper into photography.
As a director, he worked on advertising campaigns for brands like Ford, Caixa Economica, Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, Leroy Merlin, Adams, Bayer, Knorr, among others. His films are “Duchas" of Johnson & Johnson (the famous jingle Johnson's Baby Shampoo) and "Escritório" held for MTV, which won important awards.
Founding partner of Conspiração, Lula launched in 2015. "O Vendedor de Passados" (“Past For Sale”) feature film starring Alinne Moraes and Lázaro Ramos, based on the homonymous book of Angolan writer José Eduardo Agualusa. In 2003 he directed his first fiction feature film, "Casseta e Planeta - The World Cup is Ours" (“Casseta e Planeta – The Movie”).
In non-fiction, he co-directed with Carolina Jabor in 2008, "O Mistério do Samba", a documentary about the Old Guard of Portela, selected for the Cannes Festival and in 1998. He directed the documentary "Pierre Verger Fatumbi - Mensageiro entre Dois Mundos "aired in 33 countries and selected for festivals in Munich, Milan, Montreal, Margaret Mead Festival (New York) and Havana.
Lula has also been in charge of great names in MPB musicals, and video clips of various national artists.
Mini Kerti was in charge of dozens advertisements for large companies, brands such as Itaú, TIM, Panasonic, Nestle and the international campaign of Sadia.
She directed the documentary "Chame Gente – 50 anos de trio elétrico" and video clips of various national artists such as Daniela Mercury ("Pérola Negra", awarded by MTV), MV Bill ("A Noite", awarded by Hutus Festival), Fernanda Abreu and Tiê ("Esmeraldas").
She also directed the release show of "Jardim de Cactus", Dado Villa-Lobos solo album. In 2008, she launched the documentary "Contratempo", co-directed by Malu Mader, selected for the competitive exhibition of Rio Film Festival and exhibited at the Mostra Sao Paulo Film. In 2011, she signed the direction of two episodes of "Preamar" channel series with HBO.
In 2014, she won ten awards at Cine PE with her long, "Muitos Homens num só" (2015), starring Alice Braga and Vladimir Brichta, including best direction. In late 2014, she began directing the Superbonita program, the GNT. Beside Andrucha Waddington directed the series "Andre Midani - do Vinil ao Download" exhibited in 2015 on GNT.
Paschoal Samora is a film director with documentaries's graduation. His investigation, in terms of language, explores the boundaries between documentary and fictional genres, searching for hybrid narratives that are somehow "under the risk of the real."
Among his feature films are: "Confidências do Rio das Mortes" (2000); "Ao Sul da Paisagem" trilogy (2001), "Rio de Fevereiro" (2003), "Diário de Naná" (2006), "A Chave da Casa" (2009) and "Gretchen Filme Estrada" (2011), awarded at festivals like IDFA (Holland), Lussas (France), Documenta Madrid (Spain) Forum Freiburg (Germany), Havana (Cuba), It's All True (Brazil).
On TV, he developed and directed projects for channels like BBC, Globo, Sony, Discovery and TV Cultura.
In advertising, he campaigned for clients such as AmBev, Itaú, Bradesco, HSBC, Telefonica, Folha de S. Paulo, Banco do Brasil, and agencies like DM9DDB, Thompson, NeoGama, África, NBS and Ogilvy. He works at the core of nonfiction, in the creation and direction of film projects, advertising, TV, internet and new formats.
For over than 25 years in the market, Conspiração is one of the most complete independent audiovisual production houses.
It offers production, production services, post-production and content creation to Cinema, Commercials, TV, Branded Content, Digital, Social Media and Art + Music.
Pedro Buarque de Hollanda is a partner and the Chairman of the Board of Conspiração Filmes. He was the company's CEO from 1993-2003 and 2008-2013.
A seasoned film, TV and commercials producer, his credits include high-profile Brazilian feature films such as Andrucha Waddington's "House of Sand" and the Cannes official selection "Me You Them" (both released in the US by Sony Pictures Classics), "Rio I Love You" and local blockbusters such as Breno SIlveira's "2 Sons of Francisco" (a Brazil's official entry to the Oscars) and Claudio Torres' "The Invisible Woman".
In addition to producing hundreds of commercials for Brazilian and international brands, he produced the twice-Int'l Emmy Awards nominated TV series "Mandrake" for HBO, as well as documentaries and music shows for TV.
Pedro Buarque de Hollanda studied business administration at PUC University in Rio de Janeiro.
Graduated in Economics, Executive MBA and Marketing at COPPEAD / UFRJ, Maria Amelia started her career in the financial market, in Point 3 DTVM and Citibank and ABC Rome.
She joined the staff of Aracruz Celulose for seven years, where she acted in several areas in Operator positions of Financial Resources, Manager of International Treasury and Treasury Planning Manager.
She also worked as a Credit and Collections Manager at startup ATL - Algar Telecom Leste (the current Claro), before joining Intelig Communications, where she remained for eight years more. She began in Revenue Assurance area and then migrated to Financial area, where she served as Controller for four years.
In Abacomm, Maria Amelia was in charge of the Administrative and Financial Department, expanding the scope of work in a company in growth process. Currently she uses her experience and global vision of major corporations, acquired by more than 23 years of experience in the market, at the Administrative and Financial area of Conspiração.
Renata Brandão is the Executive Director of the cores of brand content and Conspiração's digital interfaces.
Graduate in International Relations and Social Communication with specialization in "Industry Business Cinema" at UCLA in Los Angeles, "Digital Marketing" at NYU, New York and MBA in Executive Management at Coppead / UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, Renata started her career in the international area of the Federation of Industries of Rio de Janeiro, promoting business between Brazilian and international companies, coordinating a business program of the European Commission.
In audiovisual production she began working on internships in Los Angeles, in the producers FM Rock, Hungry Man and the RGA / New York agency, producing music videos and advertising.
In Conspiração she began in 2006 as a production assistant in advertising and film projects. In 2009, she coordinated the creation of the core production of brand content, Conspira Corp, serving clients such as Fiat, Vale, Coca-Cola and Natura. She participated in the creation of the digital core producer and worked as Planning Manager before assuming the executive direction of the cores Corp and Concept.
Renata is the Asta Counselor Volunteer Network, a social business backing generation of incomes artisans and small producers.
Master in Production Engineering from COPPE / UFRJ (which the object of study was the television drama production process) she is graduated in Economics and has an MBA in Business Administration from COPPEAD / UFRJ.
She acts as director of PCP, department that controls the use of production resources, thus ensuring the implementation of what has been predicted in time, the amount and with the right resources.
Eneide has always been involved in planning and production control. She has worked in the production of theaters, the Casseta & Planeta TV Globo program (in different areas such as: Internet, advertising production, shows, negotiating TV contracts, content management and development of content distribution portals).
In the nucleus of Record novels, RECNOV, she was responsible for the implementation of process control and management of productions budget, creating recording progress report and development and implementation of production management systems, besides the contract management, budgeting, the planning of RECNOV and all the novels and miniseries produced in this period.
Graduated in Design at Belas Artes College and MBA in Marketing at ESPM, Luciana Mattar has been working in Advertising for 17 years and has worked with the main agencies and clients of the country, such as Ambev, Unilever, P & G, J & J, Itaú, Volkswagen, Vivo, Coca-Cola, C & A, Mitsubishi, Peugeot, Renner, Riachuelo and O Boticário. She worked for seven years as an Advertising Consultant at Margarida Flores e Filmes and for ten years she has been in Conspiração, where she has participated in the consolidation and growth of the production company in São Paulo, where she is now the Executive Director.
Patrick Petry joined the production company in 2014 after leaving Santa Transmedia, where he was a partner. Since then he was Executive Producer. With extensive experience in Production and
Post Production, he led important projects of clients such as Coca-Cola, Google, Nike, Budweiser, Nestlé, Volkswagen, Honda, P & G and Unilever.
Partner since 1996, Leonardo Barros M is the executive film director of the producer, responsible for domestic films and international co-productions.
Film and TV producer, and executive with more than 20 years of international experience in the entertainment industry, Leo Barros, as he is known, has, among many other credits, films like "2 Filhos de Francisco," "Redentor" "Eu Tu Eles," "O Homem do Ano", "Casa de Areia", "Filhos de Bach" and "Rio, Eu Te Amo"; as well as the TV series "Mandrake", twice nominated for the International Emmy Awards.
Master in Business Administration at IBMEC / RJ, with specialization courses at the Kellogg School / Northwestern University and the London Business School. Before Conspiração, he was global head of marketing label Deutsche Grammophon in Hamburg / Germany, marketing director of BMG Music Brazil and product manager of the Brazil PolyGram (now Universal Music).
He was also a columnist for the newspaper Meio & Mensagem and academic coordinator of the courses "Film & Television Business" at FGV / RJ and RJ ESPM Business School. He is a member of the Brazilian Academy of Cinema.
With executive graduation in cinema and television at the Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV), Gustavo Baldoni has been working in independent production market since 2000. He has already made TV shows, documentaries and feature films.
From 2010 to 2013 he was the production and projects manager of the Globosat GNT Channel.
Before, he worked for seven years at Futura TV Channel, coordinating core creation programs. Since 2014 he has been the Executive TV Director of Conspiração.
Partner, and the International Executive Producer at Conspiração Filmes, Cistina Lopes is a graduate of the Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing, ESPM-SP in Advertising and Marketing and it is currently an MBA student at Berlin School of Creative Leadership.
She has over 25 years experience in the advertising market. Cristina started her career at the advertising agencies; ADAG, and CBBA (JWT Group), and from there on moved to working strictly for production companies, such as JODAF Cinematografica, (currently called Mixer), and Vertical Filmes. She ultimately moved back toConspiração Filmes in 2002, where she acted as Commercial Director. In 2009 she assumed the position of Executive Director of the Advertising core and currently in she is charge of International Affairs, including Advertising and Branded Content.
Throughout her career, Cristina has produced over 2,500 advertising films for national and international brands, including Coca-Cola, Unilever, GM, Ford, Honda, VW, AMBEV, P&G, Visa, MasterCard, Pepsi, J&J, Kimberly Clark. Agencies with witch Cristina has participated are: McCann Erickson, W/Brasil, Almap BBDO, J. Walter Thompson, Y&R, Publicis, Element79, Lowe UK, Lowe Singapore, Grey NY, BBDO Chicago, among others.
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