English Version for Screenplay

We are happy to share the news that the English version of a feature film screenplay – a project from director Emanuel Mendes (also owner of Sincronia) and his first fiction feature film – is finally ready. Says producer Janaina Zambotti, who’s read the whole thing: “It’s a story that Emanuel created together with André(…) Leia mais

Trailers of Short Films Come to Life

After many months in rehearsal here comes the trailers for the short films produced by Sincronia Filmes (some in co-production): “Of course”, says producer An Nakamura, “they come very late, years after the films were released.” But according to him, “it was already necessary to upload them, for strategic reasons. We’ve made some internal changes(…) Leia mais

Meet the Cwisters

“I have a 25-year career path – and at least 20 more active years ahead. What happens to my knowledge at the end of my career? Will vanish?” So says Debby Forman in one of the interviews for the corporate video we did for Cwist – a group formed two years ago by Debby’s husband,(…) Leia mais

Welcome, 2015!

And so we’ve finally come to 2015 in this first post ever of the new year (we hope the first of many!). The company reaches its fourth year – which will be celebrated next August – with a relatively short CV if compared to the bigger film and TV companies, but still with a lot(…) Leia mais

São Paulo Premiere of “It’s Almost True”

The event reunited some cast and crew members at Matilha Cultural, in São Paulo. The film by director Emanuel Mendes (pictured above, with scarf) goes now to the film festival circuit and special screenings. Below, some photos clicked by our dearest Paulo Sadao.  

Premiere at Matilha Cultural

And here it is: our little film called It’s Almost True will première for its crew members, cast and special guests in the very same city where it was born, São Paulo. The film by director Emanuel Mendes has received a big welcome from the good folks at Matilha Cultural – the alternative space downtown(…) Leia mais

How to Film Crying

“You get very impressed at the concentration level of the actors – because, in my opinion, it’s one thing to cry in order to sensitize your audience, but it’s something else completely different, and even harder, to cry in order to make them laugh”, says producer and production manager A. Nakamura, during the shooting of(…) Leia mais

They Cry For You!

Have you imagined a situation where, at realizing a very serious problem before you, or when someone tells you about an imminent catastrophe or any accident of enormous proportions and grave consequences, you inadvertently start crying in front of that person? Or yet, before a circunstance or situation you consider outrageous, humiliating, that somehow hurts(…) Leia mais