Glaz

One of the main companies in Brazilian entertainment business, Glaz is focused in development, financing and production of engaging stories with unique appeal targeted to bring innovative and surprising experiences to audience. Our work includes top box office feature films, top rating animation shows, live-action, docs and factual TV programs.

Main Activities: Production,

Content Genres: Docs & Factual, Drama,

Content Broadcasted In: Cartoon Net. (LatAm), Tooncast (LatAm), Warner Ch. (Br), Telecine (Br), TV Cultura (Br), TV Brasil, netflix, Cine Brasil TV, Globo

Luiza Favale

luiza@glazentretenimento.com

Mayra Lucas

mayra@glazentretenimento.com

Marina Bouças

marina@glazentretenimento.com

Cine Holliudy

Comedy /

Format: 25

Target: All ages /

Project status: Completed

Synopsis: This is the story of a good "filmmaker", that maintains its theater - the only cultural attraction in Pitombas - with pride and dedication. A guy that was born to solve problematic issues of life, Francis didn't expect the arrival of an opponent for his business. The responsible for this novelty is the mayor, Olegário, a politician that is afraid of his wife, Socorro, desires, than to let the city hall indebted. So, he decides to do what the first lady asked and brings a television to the city. While people gets together in the square to watch the soap opera in the new equipment, Francis watches his theater gets empty. Then he gets down to business, as a way to make it more attractive, so he'll do whatever it takes, even if he needs to create the oeuvres and face aliens, wraiths and a lout in his patch.

13 SONGS TO UNDERSTAND SAMBA

Arts & Culture / Docs & Factual / Music /

Format: 26

Target: Family /

Project status: Completed

Looking for:Broadcaster / Distribution /

Synopsis: : Each episode, one song. Each song, a period or style. While flying above Samba's history, 13 Songs to Understand Samba speaks about music, culture, identity, brazilianness, blackness, cultural industry, narratives dispute and many other subjects that the most Brazilian musical genre provokes in the head, heart and feet of its audience. How, after all, can we talk the Samba's history?