August 6, 2016
Rio de Janeiro is commonly known as the divided city with the rich and poor living in neighbourhoods just side by side. Explore life in the streets of Rio’s favelas, in our immersive 360° documentary, narrated by the FT’s Brazil correspondent Samantha Pearson. Produced by Visualise 360, adam&eveddb, and Dona Ana Films & Multimedia.
July 29, 2016
Google presents Beyond the Map. Step inside the unexpected world of Rio’s favelas in 360°. Visit g.co/beyondthemap for the full experience. Working with Epic Digital, Hangar Filmes, and Google, Dona Ana Films & Mulitmedia coordinated the shoot schedule, hired the entire crew, handled logistics for the 14-day shoot, and worked with Epic Digital to develop the stories and find the right characters from Rio's favelas.
May 10, 2016
A Brazilian mother-daughter team used Facebook to grow their clothing company and saw a 11X growth in sales in 1 year, and grew from 2 to 20 employees. Dona Ana Films & Multimedia work with JZB Projects in Fortaleza, Brazil, coordinating and scheduling the shoot, compiling crew together, and subtitling/translating all content.
November 4, 2015
Are you ready for the Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games? We are. We're a Rio de Janeiro-based multimedia production company that is available for Olympic projects, and open to collaboration.
Music: Leo Arnaud, "Bugler's Dream"
May 20, 2015
Brazilian tennis great and former world number one Gustavo Kuerten, better known simple as Guga, was a superstar at the French Open (Roland Garros). He won the grand slam tournament three times back in 1997, 2000, and 2001.
So who will take the title this year? According to Guga, it'll be Rafael Nadal who will win his 10th title. Will his predictions be right? We'll have to wait and see when the tournament kicks off next week.
This interview was produced and filmed by Dona Ana Films & Multimedia for Perform Group. All editing and post production done by Perform Group. Click here to see Guga's predictions for the tournament, and click here to here the tennis great speak about his found memories of Roland Garros.
Never been to São Paulo, but always wanted to go? Have a listen to one of our latest projects created for Monocle 24's show "The Voyager". We completed a 15 minute audio guide to the city. We spoke with everyone from city councillor Nabil Bonduki, Tubaina bar owner and creator Veronica Goyzueta, and visited the first park and shower bike shop Aro27.
The audio guide tells you about São Paulo's diverse population, the city's graffiti art scene, and the quirky beauty behind the city's traffic jams and how more of the city's residents are now opting to pedal around the city rather than drive. Click here to listen to the full report.
The food truck industry has taken off around the world, and Brazil is no exception. But with the high taxes and taunting bureaucracy on small businesses, many food vendors have turned to food bikes to pedal their food instead of trucks, which is exactly what Fred Gomes has done. Fred’s Beer 21 specialises in selling some of the finest craft beers to help Cariocas quench their thirst on some of the city’s hottest of days, something new in a country that is typically used just a light beers like Brahma. Monocle’s Rio de Janeiro correspondent Sheena Rossiter paid a visit to the beer vender on wheels to see how it’s changing Brazilians’ taste for beer in the city. Click here to listen to the report on Monocle 24.
Shootings happen on a daily basis in Complexo da Penha in Rio de Janeiro leaving a limited number of safe spaces for kids to play in the community. With help from Chevrolet inaugurated a new football pitch for the community this past Saturday as part of a global project One World Play.
Filmed and produced by Dona Ana Films & Multimedia, edited by Vbrand (Grupo In Press) and the results of the daily work of Street Child United and in Rio de Janeiro.
The 13th annual Indigenous Games were held in Cuiabá, Brazil in November where thousands of Indigenous tribes from sixteen different countries took part in events such as archery and tug-of-war. As Brazil approaches summer, tempuratures in the centre-west city of Cuiabá reached around 40 degrees Celsius. Needless to say, it was a hot film shoot.
A member of the Dona Ana Films & Multimedia was at the event filming for Perform Group/Omnisport, and captured this stunning image of a tribe leader.
A member of Dona Ana Films & Multimedia worked in partnership with ProHDvideo to produce a documentary for Dutch broadcaster NTR. Click here to watch the final documentary.