With over 15 years’ experience in the audiovisual market, Lucas graduated in Advertising and Marketing from the Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie in São Paulo and has a postgraduate degree in Creation and Management of Creative Enterprises from the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina.
He works in articulation with national and international entities for the creation and management of market events and training actions. He is business and content curator at the Minas Gerais Audiovisual Expo-MAX, was pitching coordinator at RioContentMarket and coordinator of RioContentLab, and manages all national projects at Brasil Audiovisual Independente – BRAVI.
He has also been part of the Brazilian Content team since 2018, seeking to integrate international actions with those carried out in Brazil, taking over the executive management of the program in 2021.
Graduated in Audiovisual Communication from the Centro Universitário Senac, with 8 years of experience in the film industry, Giulia has worked in the areas of Controllership, Production Coordination and Executive Production. She has produced feature films, shorts and series by directors such as Hector Babenco, Walter Salles and Bruno Barreto, in both national and international productions from Netflix, HBO and Globo Filmes, all over Brazil. She joined the Brazilian Content team in January 2021, working on partnerships with international events and bringing new member companies to the association.
Ana Key graduated in Social Communication/Film at FAAP (São Paulo, Brazil) and holds a Master’s Degree in Romance Studies from the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (Germany). She has worked in several Brazilian feature film productions as a graphic artist and graphic designer, as well as in classical music festivals in the areas of coordination and production both in Brazil and abroad. Fluent in 4 languages and skilled in other 6, she is also an experienced translator and interpreter and has been part of the Brazilian Content team as a translator since 2017, having worked as international coordinator in 2019 and again in 2021, with a special focus on the internationalization of Spcine.