Três no Tri

The new documentary by Eduardo Souza Lima (Zé José) tells the story of the most widely published sports photograph in the world and its author.

Documentary, HD, 15 minutes, Rio de Janeiro, 2013


In the Era of the Cinematograph

The first film produced by the company, and also the first short film directed by the renowned costume designer, Kika Lopes. The film received the award for Best Director at the festival Jornada de Cinema in Bahia in 1996.



Celia and Rosita

After 18 years in cinema, having worked as assistant director on 31 feature films, Gisella Melo made her directorial debut with “Célia e Rosita”. Using back-projections, Gisella pays tribute to the history of cinema and to the careers of two veteran actresses of the day, Célia Biar and Rosita Thomás Lopes, famous for their roles as Madams in the early days of Brazilian television.  A co-production between Fita Gomada Produções and Franco Films.


The Disappearance of the Invisible Friend

On the borderline between documentary and fiction, The Disappearance of the Invisible Friend  deals with one of those childhood mysteries: the imaginary friends that appear and disappear in a child’s life as if in a puff of magic.


Tell me Why

Tell me Why is a musical documentary about that particular childhood phase: the “Why?” phase, when curiosity is sharpened by the discovery of the world. Another film exploring the universe of childhood, this short film for kids, directed by Pao la Leblanc, repeats the successful formula of O sumiço do amigo invisível (The Disappearance of the Invisible Friend). Once again, Fernando Alves Pinto is featured in the cast.

Why Is The Sky Blue? Why Does Time Fly? Why Do Teeth Fall Out? Why Is There Wind? Why Are We Born? Why? Why? Why?