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Zola Filmes is an independent Brazilian film production company that combines storytelling excellence with high production value. Each of our projects is guided by meticulous attention to detail to create engaging narratives.

Since its founding in 2012, Zola Filmes has stood out in the Latin American film scene with productions such as the three seasons of "Good Morning, Verônica" (Netflix) – winner of the APCA Award for Best Drama (2020) and the Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix for Best Fiction Series (2021) –, "Mandrake” (HBO) – nominated twice for the International Emmy for Best Dramatic Series –, "Valentins" (Gloob), "Lúcia McCartney" (GNT), "Espinosa" (GNT), and the feature film "Heleno," which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.


Creator, producer, showrunner and director, he is the name behind the series "Mandrake", HBO's first series in Brazil, twice nominated for an International Emmy for best drama series, and the Netflix hit "Good Morning, Verônica". His first feature film, "The Man of the Year" (2003), was featured in the official selection at the Berlin Film Festival 2003. His latest film, "Heleno" (2011), premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival/2011.


With extensive experience in the financial market and a broad portfolio, Eduardo was a founding partner of Dos Outros, a company dedicated to sound post-production for film and TV. He produced, in partnership with HBO Latin America, the series "Mandrake," twice nominated for an International Emmy for best drama series (2006 and 2008). He’s also an executive producer to many film and TV projects, including the series "Good Morning, Verônica" (Netflix), "Mandrake" (HBO), "Espinosa" (GNT), and the feature film "Heleno."


Producer, screenwriter, and one of the most celebrated actresses in Brazil, with over thirty years of career. She starred in acclaimed works such as "Four Days in September," nominated for the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film, "Tieta do Agreste," and hugely successful telenovelas like "Cheias de Charme" and "Celebridade”. In her extensive career in TV and films, she has been awarded with two APCA Awards and Qualidade Brasil Awards, in addition to two nominations for the Grande Otelo Award. Abreu is a co-founder of Zola Filmes, where she created, wrote, produced and starred in the award-winning children's series "Valentins."

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