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Primo

Primo

Created in 2006, Primo Filmes is a Brazilian production company of feature films, TV series and branded content that in a short period of time has produced awarded winning projects and has conquered its place in the Brazilian Film Industry.

Main Activities: Production

Contact

Renata Wolter
Renata Wolter Renata Wolter +55 (11) 7608-8078 renata@primofilmes.net

Avenida Diógenes Ribeiro de Lima, 1097 - Alto de Pinheiros
São Paulo / SP
+55 11 3642-1014

The Lost Patrol

Drama / Feature Film / Full HD

Format: 104'

Target: Adult

Project status: Finished

Looking for: Distribution

Synopsis: The unusual meeting between three deserters from different nationalities (Brazil, German and Italy) during World War II.

To be completed in: 2014

The Friends

Animation / Feature Film / 3D

Format: 90'

Target: All ages

Project status: In Development

Looking for: Co-production Partner

Synopsis: A trio of misfits boys aims to understand the great mystery that is death. For this purpose, they begin to observe a recluse old man that - theoretically - is about to die. This situation leads to a strange and entertaining relationship that will not only help the boys to learn important facts of adult life, but will also change the way the old man sees his own life.

Co-production: Vetor Zero (Brazil)


MARIAS

Format: 8X26’

Target: Adult

Project status: Finished

Synopsis: Marias is a documentary series about differences and similarities of Latin american women, having the patron saint Maria of each country as a starting point of comparison. The series will explore 8 countries registering the local women and the cultural manifestations made once a year to the saint.

THE AMAZING TIME-TRAVELLING DRESSING TABLE

Format: 5X26’

Project status: Finished

Synopsis: Iara and Lucrécia, though born centuries apart, share the same heirloom, a very old dressing table, which turns out to be a time portal that allows them to exchange places. The series chronicles Iara’s adventures in 19th century Imperial Brazil, while Lucrécia struggles with our gadget- ridden modern society.