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Duo2.tv

Duo2.tv

Duo2 is a studio that creates and produces audiovisual content. During the last 10 years, it has produced content for several Brazilian Cable TV Channels as well as Brazilian Public TV Channel and also had its productions broadcasted at LATAM, Hispanic USA, Africa, France and South Korea.

Main Activities: Production

Content Genres: Current Affairs, Nature & Wildlife e Science & Knowledge

Previous Partners: Globo, National Geographic, Viacom,Turner, Fox, TV Brasil, History Channel, Netflix, Elo Company.

Content Broadcasted In: TV Brasil, NatGeo, Globo, and History Channel (BR), Sun Channel (Latam), EPG (S. Korea)

Contact

Rafa Calil
Rafa Calil Rafa Calil +55 (11) 99447-7457 rafa@duo2.tv

Rua Croata, 741
São Paulo / SP
+55 11 99447-7457

Turtle Track

Nature & Wildlife / Science & Knowledge / Feature Film / 4K

Format: 01 x 52'

Target: All ages

Project status: In Development

Looking for: Co-production Partner e Distribution

Synopsis: Turtle Track will follow a team of scientists leading one of the most daring research on Sea Turtles. These data will reveal insights to protect the species and ocean’s conservation.

To be completed in: 2019

Broadcasted: CineBrasil.TV

Highlights: 60 high tech transmitters will be installed in individuals in a way never done before.

Teaser: https://vimeo.com/267245441

Mobylas

Lifestyle / Docs & Factual / Factual Entertainment / Series / Full HD

Format: 13 x 24'

Target: Teenagers

Project status: Finished

Looking for: Distribution e Pre-sales

Synopsis: A 13 episode series that was produced in 2015 about a Tongnhas Mob Club, a Moped Club that creates crazy Mopeds by customizing them. Besides creative, they are brutal, funny and punks. It's a parody of "Motorcycle Customization" shows that we're used to see. Relying on a Mad Max aesthetic, they look like Third World Easy Riders, they are definitely anti-heroes that loves their universe.

To be completed in: 2015

Co-production: History Channel (Brazil), Prosperidade (Brazil)

Broadcasted: History Channel (Brazil)

Teaser: https://goo.gl/JnJNSO


Forest People

Current Affairs / Nature & Wildlife / Social Responsability / Feature Film / Transmedia / 4K

Format: 01 x 88'

Target: All ages

Project status: In Post Production

Looking for: Pre-sales e Broadcaster

Synopsis: Forest People portrays Brazilian's Rainforest present political and environmental situation, a community of Tappers has managed to make a living and be protect a Natural Reserve for over 30 years, when Chico Mendes, their main leader, was murdered.

To be completed in: 2019

Co-production: Globo Filmes

Broadcasted: Globo News

Highlights: An immersion on Rainforest's traditional people daily life, the beauty and threatens of it.

Teaser: https://vimeo.com/221468396

Sertão in Ashes

Format: 1x90’

Target: Adult

Project status: In Post Production

Synopsis: Armed with axes and tools, a firemen group faces the dangerous fires trying to save the Brazilian Cerrado out of desertification. Most of fires have criminal causes. Men with humble origins, born and raised on the surroundings of Parque Nacional Grande Sertão Veredas, are attracted by the job opportunity, in despite of the low wages, lack of worker's rights and security, leaving them in a delicate and dangerous context.


BR14 – Route to Immigration

Format: 32X13’, 32X24’, 2x52’ and 1x90’

Target: Adult

Project status: Finished

Synopsis: Brazil is considered the country of the mixture, miscegenation and diversity. But what few people know is how it was formed and who formed it all. Our project will reveal the presence of 32 immigrants colonies in Brazil, regarding the National Teams who will dispute the World Cup 2014.

BRAZIL 2014 – A GLOBAL CUP

Format: 32X13'

Target: Adult

Project status: Finished

Synopsis: Brazil is the country that sees immigrants more positively, according to a global survey which heard 17 thousand people in 23 countries. “Brazil 2014: a Global Cup” is a series of 32 documentaries for television, each 13 minutes long, which aims to portray Brazil from its immigrants.