It’s All Fake!

After many years of trouble – mainly because of copyright concerning its soundtrack –, it is with great pleasure that Sincronia Filmes presents and makes it available for the first time the original making of featurette of one of the production company’s first films ever, the medium-length It’s Almost True (2014), directed by Emanuel Mendes, owner and(…) Leia mais

Making Of Fenabrave

Mixing up stock footage – especially useful during times of pandemic –, and exclusively captured material, the institutional film made by Sincronia now in June 2020 for the association representing the vehicle distribution sector in Brazil, known as Fenabrave, was directed by Alê Rodrigues, a free-lance director for the production company. Alê, who had previously(…) Leia mais

José Luiz Sasso and the Sound of “Happy Old Year”

As part of the marketing material for our DVD of Happy Old Year, the film that was restored in 2K, it is with great pleasure that we present a special testimony of veteran José Luiz Sasso, responsible for the mixing and sound design of hundreds of Brazilian films (two, btw, for Sincronia), including and mainly(…) Leia mais

Roberto Gervitz: The Restoration of “Happy Old Year”

With a thirty-year plus career, writer and director Roberto Gervitz – born in New York City in 1957 – has alternated himself between the documentaries shot in the 1970s, which would show the political and working classes of Brazil at the time, and fiction films that would finally give him recognition by the end of the 1980s,(…) Leia mais

Understanding A Product: Design for DVD

In one of the many conversations we’ve had so far with product designer Jake Meier – from Estúdio Nômada, and the responsible for the entire layout and graphism conception for Sincronia Filmes –, one thing became clear from the very beginning: design is something serious and needs to be thought of having a whole bunch(…) Leia mais

Interview with Jake Meier

By Marcela Liz Thanks to Google Ads – the service from Earth’s biggest search engine which congregates companies with their clients – that the Sincronia Filmes team got to know and found the work of product designer Jackson Goestemeier, aka Jake Meier, especially after he established partnerships that differ themselves for the informality, high quality(…) Leia mais

Making Technology

During the production of The Social Technology, many were the instants where the crew saw opportunities to take photos on the shooting and on the places. Check out some of the best clicks of the making of:

Film Poster as Art

It’s no recent event that the cinema poster has been widely regarded as a form of art in itself – an indelible and flawless tool in order to help (and sometimes destroy) the career of a movie. But posters in general must be conceived, in all their form, with the concept and ideas of the(…) Leia mais

How to Think A Movie Poster

There were months and months of hard work until finally a solution came up which could have the whole idea for the project: “an idea of transformation”, says Flávia Marinho, from Datadot, a design and animation studio based in São Paulo that was responsible for the conception and creation of the cinema poster of The(…) Leia mais

At the Studio with Lili Israele

It was with great pleasure that we gathered together with photographer and director Liliana Israele once again – and this time for a very special project: all the marketing photos (including for the poster et al) for The Social Technology, the docudrama feature shot in South Africa by the Sincronia Filmes team in July 2017.(…) Leia mais