A producer with recognition in the audiovisual market for over 20 years, Iafa Britz is behind great national productions. For Migdal Filmes, a company where she has been ahead since 2010, she produced a trilogy of "Minha Mãe É Uma Peça" (2013, 2017 and 2020), which brought together more than 27 million people to cinemas, the comedy "Carlinhos e Carlão", starring the actor Luis Lobianco and directed by Pedro Amorim for Amazon Prime Video; and films like “Linda de Morrer”, a comedy starring Glória Pires. In the circuit of art films, “Irmã Dulce”, by Vicente Amorim, biopic of the blessed who, in life, was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize; the documentary “Cássia Eller” by Paulo Henrique Fontenelle; and the drama “Casa Grande” by Fellipe Barbosa, nominated for more than ten international festivals, including Palmares, in Toulouse (France) and the Rotterdam Festival.


In partnership with Cinética Filmes, she produced the feature film “Nosso Lar”, which took over four million viewers to theaters, and with Zencrane, the dramatic thriller “Mundo Cão”, by Marcos Jorge, with Lázaro Ramos, Babu Santana and Adriana Esteves.

On TV, Iafa signs the Matches series for the Warner Channel, the three seasons of the series “As Canalhas” (GNT), five seasons of the humorous “220 Volts”, (Multishow) blockbuster with comedian Paulo Gustavo.


Throughout her career, Iafa has produced films such as “Se Eu Fosse Você”, “Se Eu Fosse Você 2”, both by Daniel Filho and with performances by Glória Pires and Tony Ramos, “Divã”, by José Alvarenga Jr., with Lilian Cabral as the protagonist. In the market, she launched the title “Film Business: o Negócios do Cinema”, an overview of the audiovisual market, and was nominated by the newspaper O Globo for the Faz Diferença 2010 award.


In the line up for 2020/2021, Migdal has three films with very varied profiles to be released: the comedy “Amarração do Amor”, directed by Caroline Fioratti, with Cacau Protásio, Ary França and a great cast; and “M8”, by Jeferson De. And also prepares the production of “O Fim da Inocência”, directed by João Jardim, and the comedy “Hotel No Incluido”, directed by Tomás Portella.