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Writers / Editors

Pedro Henrique Ferreira is a Film Professor at  PUC-Rio, a doctoral student at the PPGCINE of UFF, a film critic who has published in various media and was part of the staff of Revista Cinética (2011-2022), producer at Dilúvio Produções and curator of dozens of exhibitions, retrospectives and film clubs.

Marcelo Miranda is a journalist, critic and film curator. He has masters degree at Social Communication (UFMG). Collaborator of several printed and virtual publications, such as Folha de S.Paulo, Cinética and Teorema. Programmer at several festivals, including CineBH and Mostra Cinema Conquista. Producer, presenter and editor of podcasts, with participation in Saco de Ossos, Hora do Espanto and Cinemático, among others.

Juliana Costa is a film critic and researcher, editor of Revista Abismu, of the fanzine Zinematógrafo and contributor to the website Cine Festivais. She has published in Brazilian magazines such as Filme e Cultura, Teorema and Revista Cinética, and foreign ones such as Cámbrica, from Ecuador, and Fantômas, from Holland.

Filipe Furtado  is a film critic, former editor of Paisà and Cinética. He has written for Contracampo, Cine Imperfeito, Cinequanon, Filme Cultura, Folha de São Paulo, Zingu, Cinelimite, The Film Journal, La Furia Umana, Lumiere and Rouge. He maintains the blog Anotações de um Cinefilo.


Reviews: New releases, on theatres and current films in any other media. Streaming  or current highlights

Essay: Rediscoveries and reflections. Texts on broader ideas that go beyond immediate and new release criticism. Video reviews and other experiments.

Focus: Special attention dedicated to a filmmaker or cinematography, movement, collective, genre, idea, etc.

On Field: Interviews, Festival coverage, mapping, etc., anything that involves fieldwork.


Andrea Ormond is a writer, researcher, curator, and art critic. She is the author of the book trilogy Ensaios de Cinema Brasileiro - Dos Filmes Silenciosos ao Século XXI. Since 2005, she has maintained the blog "Estranho Encontro" (Strange Encounter), exclusively about Brazilian cinema. She collaborated in "Folha de S.Paulo", in the magazines "Filme Cultura", "Rolling Stone", "Teorema" and in dozens of compilations and exhibition catalogs. She was curator of the Franco-Germanic Film Club (2018-2019), at Maison de France, in Rio de Janeiro, and of Curta Circuito - Mostra de Cinema Permanente, in Minas Gerais (2017-2022). In fiction she published, among others, the novel Long Letter To Mila (2006).

Dalila Camargo Martins is a researcher, programmer and film critic. She has a bachelor's degree in Audiovisual from ECA-USP, and a master's and doctorate in Audiovisual Media and Processes from the same institution, with a thesis on the "negative realism" of Danièle Huillet and Jean-Marie Straub. She is a member of the research group History of Experimentation in Cinema and Criticism (CNPq). She is one of the curators of Cineclube Disgraça (CCSP).


Gabriel Carneiro is a journalist, filmmaker, critic, professor, and film researcher. He has a doctorate and a master's degree in Multimeios from Unicamp. Founding member of Abraccine (Brazilian Association of Film Critics). He wrote, among others, for the "Revista de CINEMA" and for the websites "Cinequanon" and "Zingu!", of which he was editor-in-chief. He has published texts in books, collections and several catalogs. He organized, with Paulo Henrique Silva, the books Animação Brasileira: 100 filmes essenciais (2018), Curta Brasileiro: 100 filmes essenciais (2019) and Cinema Fantástico Brasileiro: 100 filmes essenciais. He directed and wrote the short films Batchan (2013) and Aquela Rua tão Triumpho (2016), among others. He published, in 2023, his first novel, Olhando para as Estrelas só Vejo o Passado (Patuá).

João Dumans is a researcher and film director. He directed the feature films The Lines of My Hand (2023), chosen best film at the 26th Tiradentes Festival, and Arabia (2017), co-directed with Affonso Uchôa, screened at several festivals around the world and winner of the best film award at the 50⁰ Brasília Film Festival. He worked as assistant director, screenwriter and editor in the feature films The Residents, The Neighborhood of the Tiger, The City Where I Grow Old, Sleepwalkers, Seven Years in May, among others. In Belo Horizonte, he worked as programmer at Cine Humberto Mauro and professor of Cinema and Audiovisual at UNA. He wrote the dissertation "The Cinema of Straub-Huillet: Dialogues with Pavese", besides articles for magazines, newspapers and film festival catalogs.

Leonardo Bomfim is a programmer at the Cinemateca Capitólio, in Porto Alegre, since 2015. He was a programmer at the P. F. Gastal cinema hall, in the same city, between 2013 and 2017. He carried out programming work for the festivals of Gramado (2019-2022), Olhar de Cinema (2021) and Brasília (2018). He has published in the magazines Archive Prism, Teorema, Cámbrica, Norte, Cahiers du Cinéma. Since 2012, he is one of the editors of Zinematógrafo.

Luiza Furtado was born in Rio de Janeiro and graduated in Social Communication, majoring in Cinema, from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro. She works with video editing, production of graphic materials and social media/web management. His last short film "Urna Sonífera" (2022) was shown at the Digital Arts Biennial, by the UX Community, at Oi Futuro.

Pedro Henrique Gomes is a journalist and film critic. He is a member of the Film Critics Association of Rio Grande do Sul and one of the editors of the film and critic fanzine Zinematógrafo. He collaborated for several vehicles, magazines and electronic and printed publications such as Teorema Magazine, Janela Magazine, Zero Hora Newspaper, Catalogue of the Czech Nouvelle Exhibition (CCBB, 2013). He has published texts in the books Cinemas Africanos contemporâneos - abordagens críticas (SESC, 2021) and 50 Olhares da Crítica sobre o Cinema Gaúcho (ACCIRS, 2022). He researches the cinematographies of African countries.

Rodrigo de Abreu Pinto started working in socio-educational film clubs in his hometown, Recife. He graduated in Philosophy from USP, where he founded the collective_233 for experimentation and criticism with other students from FFLCH. He has organized retrospectives in spaces such as Cine Humberto Mauro and Centro Cultural São Paulo. He wrote for Cinética, Zagaia, Janela, Zagaia and Cinefestivais. He lives in Rio de Janeiro.


Tainah Negreiros is a professor and film researcher.

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