In 1955, Juscelino Kubitschek is elected President of Brazil with a promise to modernize the country. To become the main symbol of his presidential term, he announces a transfer of the nation’s capital, until then in Rio de Janeiro, to a distant and uninhabited place where an entire city will be built in just a Thousand Days.
“Brasilia, A Thousand Days Saga” will tell the story of the construction of iconic modernist Brasilia, today a World Heritage Site, as never dared to before. The historic central plot which covers the political, cultural, architectural and human challenges of this unprecedented venture will be played by fictional characters created from real accounts. From a romanticized and action-filled structure, archival footage and original audio will be added to compose a narrative at the paramount of this epic era in Brazilian history.
A nutricionista Gabriela Kapim em um novo formato na TV! Agora, todo o seu conhecimento sobre a alimentação saudável para crianças poderá chegar aos pais, de forma divertida e muito organizada! Kapim revelará as receitas que caem no gosto da criançada e fazem a alegria das familias!
Na Cozinha com a Kapim é um programa de culinária, direcionado aos pais que sonham em melhorar a alimentação dos seus filhos. Com o passo a passo das receitas saudáveis – e atraentes para as crianças – Kapim vai divertir e ensinar, orientando seus cardápios para situações cotidianas da família brasileira, como a criação de um criativo lanche da tarde ou o preparo de um almoço colorido para o fim de semana.
Sempre acompanhada de 4 crianças em sua cozinha, Kapim tratará de temas leves como os lanches da tarde ou a importância do café da manhã para criar suas receitas, mas também abordará temas que chamam sua atenção como nutricionista, como o excesso no consumo de alimentos industrializados e frituras.
Direção executiva: Mônica Monteiro e Fátima Pereira
Direção: Leandro Corinto
Diretora Assistente: Roberta S. Saboya
Nutricionista e Apresentadora: Gabriela Kapim
Assistência de Nutrição: Fernanda Almeida
Coordenação de Conteúdo: Bel Mercês
Roteiro: Marcio Vianna
Assistente de Roteiro: Thamie Kato
Produção Executiva: Vanusa Spindler
Gestão de Projetos: Thalita Portugal
Coordenação de produção: Wanja Antunes
Produção: Carolina Cunha
Diretor de Fotografia: Fábio Santos
Coordenação de finalização: Juliana Barauna e Bernardo Cosendey
Trilha composta/mixagem: ARPX
Colorista: Paulo M. de Andrade
Montagem: Rosa Monteiro, Gabriel Floro, Henrique Jardim e Anderson coutinho
Pesquisa: Daniela Arruda, Ramique Melo e Raquel Valadares
Slavery represented a rupture to an estimated 12.5 million Africans brought by force to the Americas between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries, 46% of them to Brazil.
The series Brazil: DNA Africa aims to collaborate in the rescue process of the origin of Brazilians of African descent in telling the story of five ordinary citizens who have their DNA tested in order to discover their African heritage. Over 10 weeks of filming in five Brazilian states and five African countries, our Brazilian crew from DNA Africa captured the emotions of the characters as they discover their ethnic African ancestry.
Executive Producer: Monica Monteiro
Direction and Screenplay: Carlos Alberto Jr.
Soundtrack: Studio Muzak
A musical documentary about the main rhythm from Mozambique.
The film tells the story Marrabenta from the 1940´s to the present day through testimonials and performances of legendary artists like Dilon Djindji, Xidiminguana, Wazimbo, Mingas Chonguiça and Chico Antonio Moreira. A festive music made for dancing and for parties, Marrabenta lives through generations and cultures, written and stored in the soul of Mozambicans. An international success in 60´s and 80´s, the rhythm is reborn again and reveals hidden treasures of the music to the world.
Executive Producer: Monica Monteiro, Leandro Estrela
Direction: Victor Lopes
Assistant Director: Carlos Noronha
photography : Markão Oliveira
Sound: Alexandre Pamplona
Production Director Mozambique: Edson Matavel, Teresa Viegas
Production Director Brasil: Luciana Pires, Felipe Favoretto
It is 2014; 20 years after the end of apartheid and the election of Nelson Mandela as the first black president of a free, democratic South Africa. In the backdrop of national celebration; the country returned to the polls on May 7 2014 to choose a new leader. Among the millions of voters, we highlight the generation born after 1994 who had voted for the first time in 2014; a generation known as ‘the born frees.’
The documentary “BORN FREE” focuses on three generations of two black South African families who suffered under apartheid merely because of the colour of their skin : the Pooe and Sibeko families.
The stories of the two families reflect the struggle for freedom in the country: the grandparents, who spent most of their lives as second class citizens and only received the opportunity to vote in 1994; their children who were born in a racist society and grew up under the white minority apartheid regime; and their grandchildren, a generation born in a free South Africa.
Two decades after the momentous free, democratic elections; we follow the run up of the two families leading up the 2014 elections. the journey highlights the milestones achieved in 20 years and the new challenges that South Africa faces as an emerging democracy.
Executive Producer: Monica Monteiro
Director: Bernardo Rebello
Director of Photography: André Miranda
Sound & Camera Assistant : Amilson Lessa Vieira
Content Director: Carlos Alberto Jr.
Producer ( South Africa ): Tracey-Lee Dearham-Rainers
Producer ( Brazil ): Camila Torres
Mounting and Finalization – Daniel Prado
The Cine Group debuted another touching reality show in GNT.
Welcome, Baby portrays the most important day in the life of many women: the birth of their children.
Among the stories of mothers of different ages and social classes, the program also shows the day by day of maternity hospitals, showing details of the preparation and process involving the birth of babies.
The 13 episodes have been shot in a maternity hospital in Rio de Janeiro.
The “Doctors” series shows the daily life of a group of doctors at the Albert Einstein Hospital in São Paulo, a point of reference in Brazil and in the world.
Professionals facing a day full of dilemmas and situations in which there is often no right or wrong answers, but there are choices. How to face the limits of medicine? How can each body respond differently to the same treatment? In an extreme situation, is there room for doubts and questions?
The series portrays the passions and difficulties of those who deal with what we value most: life.
The “New Africa” series will show the continent through the eyes of their sons. From personal stories, topics such as politics, economics, popular culture, technology, environment, tourism, health will be covered in 26 chapters, 26 minutes each.
With a journalistic and objective language, the program goes from the individual to the collective, contemporary to historical and so, it will visit the past and present of African peoples and will connect it to other places, especially with Brazil.
In Silence discusses a world taboo â€“ sexual abuse suffered by children and adolescents within their own families. The series is narrated in first person by the author, a journalist who lived the trauma of sexual abuse herself during childhood and decided to thoroughly investigate the subject. In Silence shows the phenomenonâ€™s magnitude in the world and the consequences in the victimâ€™s life, on the family and the whole society, discussing each oneâ€™s roll in dealing with the issue.