We work as allies of our directors. We produce universal stories that take us to a different world and move people. Movies for the public.
Besouro Films was created in 2006 by a group of friends from the first Filmmaking graduation course in Rio Grande do Sul. Young people who have, from a very early stage, collected experiences and prizes in the areas in which they work. Based in Porto Alegre and focused on content production, Besouro works in partnership with other companies and directors, seeking an unique identity in its works.
Bruno Polidoro holds a degree in Filmmaking and a Master in Communication from Unisinos. He works as director of photography in movies, videogames and television programs. He has photographed The Boy, Camel on the Tarmac (awarded for Best Cinematography in the Festival de Cinema da Fronteira), Filme sobre um Bom Fim (2014), by Boca Migotto, Nós duas descendo a escada (2015), by Fabiano de Souza, Em 97 era assim (2015) and Legalidade (2018), both by Zeca Brito.
Jessica Luz is a Brazilian producer who graduated from Unisinos with a degree in Journalism and Filmmaking. After completing her Film and TV Production Masters Degree at University Autonoma of Barcelona and her Cultural Economics studies at UFRGS, in 2014, she attended the “Writers and Creative Producers Lab” at Binger FilmLab in Amsterdam. Partner at Besouro Filmes since 2006, she currently finishes the feature The Fading Light of NeonBoy by Filipe Matzembacher and Marcio Reolon, with Hubert Bals Fund support, and develops the documentary 5 Houses, by Bruno Gularte Barreto, supported with the IDFA Bertha Fund.
Fabiano Florez is a director and producer in the audiovisual field. He was production manager and executive producer of several projects for film and television. In 2004, his documentary movie Jesus, o Verdadeiro won for Best Regional Short Movie in 16mm in the 32nd Gramado Film Festival.