Migdal Filmes is a Brazilian production company with a diversified portfolio of audiovisual projects. In its line up, the company collects titles ranging from big box office records to award-winning fictions and documentaries. Among the most well-known projects there is the trilogy of “Minha Mãe É Uma Peça” (2013, 2017 and 2020), a phenomenon of audiences and critics; the comedy “Carlinhos e Carlão”, starring actor Luis Lobianco and directed by Pedro Amorim for Amazon Prime Video; the film “Casa Grande”, by Fellipe Barbosa, nominated for more than ten international festivals and awarded at festivals in Rio, Toulouse, Rotterdam and others; and the also renowned musical documentary “Cássia Eller”, by Paulo Henrique Fontenelle.
Migdal is also responsible for producing features such as “Linda de Morrer”, a comedy starring Glória Pires; “Irmã Dulce”, by Vicente Amorim, biography of the Saint Nun Dulce, “Nosso Lar”, in partnership with Cinética Filmes, which took more than 4 million viewers to cinemas across Brazil.
For TV, Migdal produced series like “Matches” (Warner Chanell), the three seasons of the anthological series “As Canalhas” (GNT); the five seasons of the humorous “220 Volts” (Multishow), and is under development of several other projects of different genres for streaming. This year goes into production of the second season of "Matches", and of the series "Minha Máe É Uma Parte" (Globoplay).
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.
Special Jury Prize at the Paulínia Festival (2014), Fiction Category
Award for Best Supporting Actor - Marcello Novaes at the Paulínia Festival (2014)
Award for Best Supporting Actress - Clarissa Pinheiro at the Paulínia Festival (2014)
Award for Best Screenplay - Fellipe Barbosa and Karen Sztajnberg at the Paulínia Festival (2014)
Revelation Prize of the French Critic in the 26th Edition of the Cinélatino Latin American Film Festival, held in Toulouse (2014)
International Critics' Prize (Fipresci) at the 26th Cinélatino, Latin American Film Festival, held in Toulouse (2014)
Public Prize at the 26th Cinélatino, Latin American Film Festival, held in Toulouse (2014)
Best fiction feature chosen by the Rio Festival audience (2014)
Best Film chosen by Abraccine (Brazilian Association of Film Critics) at the 38th São Paulo International Film Festival
Best documentary chosen by the public at the 38th São Paulo International Film Festival
Hour concours at the Rio Festival (2014)
My mom is a Character
Best Feature Film - 17th Edition of the Brazilian Festival of Miami (2013)
The Astral City
Best Art Direction at the Brazilian Festival of Miami (2011)
Considered by the Brazilian Academy of Cinema, the film with best special effect of 2011.