MARAHU is a new company focused on multi-screen content for Film, TV, Internet and mobile devices. Based on Belém, Pará, has a expertise in production and co-production on the Amazon Region, and is developing projects for TV series, Features films and documentaries in Brazil and Internationally.

Main Activities: Production,

Content Genres: Arts & Culture, Kids & Youth, Drama, Lifestyle,

Content Broadcasted In: Futura

Fernando Segtowick

+55 (91) 981356644

Thiago Pelaes

+55 (91) 99196-5702

The battle of Sao Bras

Arts & Culture / Kids & Youth /

Format: 1 x 26'

Target: Teenagers / Tweens /

Project status: Early Development

Looking for:Distribution /

Synopsis: São Bráz Market, Belém, Pará, northern Brazil. During the day the place e is street market in an abandoned historic building from a time of great wealthy in the city in the beginning of the twentieth century. But on Saturday night, the place turns into one important hip-hop event: the Battle of MCs. Young people from the outskirts of the town gather to see who is the best MC of the night.

To be completed in: 2016


Drama /

Format: 1 x 90'

Target: Adult / Seniors /

Project status: Production

Looking for:Co-production Partner / Financing /

Synopsis: Three women from poor neighborhoods of Belém do Pará - the biggest city in Brazillian Amazon - have their lives changed with the brutal murder of their children and grandchildren. Devastated by the loss, they try to move on and give a new chance to life.

To be completed in: 2016


Science & Knowledge / Docs & Factual /

Format: 04X52'

Target: Adult /

Project status: Production

Looking for:Broadcaster / Co-production Partner / Financing /

Synopsis: MAKERS is a series about people in different countries, around the world, who have used the technology of digital fabrication labs to build products that can make a better live to them and to other people.



Current Affairs / Docs & Factual /

Format: 01X70'

Target: Adult /

Project status: Production

Looking for:Broadcaster / Co-production Partner / Financing /

Synopsis: Thirty years later, the construction of Tucuruí hydroelectric plant in Brazil left marks that remain until today. Dead submerged trees where once was a great forest. Residents in the dam reservoir live without electricity. This is a pattern that will be repeated forever in the history of the Amazon?