One to Many

Presentation of players

In the One to Many producers will have the opportunity to understand about editorials lines and how to work with TV channels, market, and national and international festivals.

The One to Many will be during the morning of november 5th, from 10h to 13h30, at the Auditorium of Unibes Cultural, 2500, Oscar Freire Street.


The accreditations must be done by Sympla. Click here to buy your ticket.

Full Ticket: R$80,00

Half entrance: R$40,00

*IMPORTANT: Those who are participating at One on one Meetings will have free entrance in this activity. The participants whose have bought the full global entrance for the Seminars  can ask for 50% discount sending an email for with the ticket you’ve bought.

Presentations confirmed 
Arte1 by Janaina Tadeu de Souza


Arte 1 offers 24 hours of content totally devoted to art. We have four weekly productions: Arte1 em Movimento, Estilo Arte1, Arte 1 Comtexto and Magazine com The New York Times. The channel also invests in documentary series that promote national independent production. The most recents titles are “Geografia da Arte”, “Work in Progress”, “Invenções da Alma” e “Artistas Plásticos Brasileiros”. Launched officially in March 2013 by Bandeirantes Group, Arte1 is available on the main Pay-TV Operators, which corresponds to over 13 million subscribers nationwide.

Canal Curta! by Camila Lamha


Curta is a channel that is entirely dedicated to the arts, philosophy and society and boasts a subscriber base of 11 million. The channel is commited to broadcast at least 12 hours daily of brazilian independent productions and also features series and international documentaries broadcasted on prestigious channels around the world.

CineBrasil TV by Joanna Abreu


CINEBRASiLTV brings to the general public a refined cinematographic language. The author’s view, aware of the force of the image, is who leads the critical viewer to reflect about Brazilian cultural transformations. Unique and original, our programming reports the current situation in Brazil to those who have a thirst for knowledge, empowerment and identity. Investigative documentaries bring to the viewer what the mainstream media has avoided doing. Unpublished fictional content that reflect behaviors, conflicts and human relations. Documentaries that rescue traditions from the curves of the deep Brazil. They are our lead products.

DocMontevideo by Marta Garcia


DocMontevideo is the documentary meeting of Latin American broadcasters. It is an event that develops more than 10 activities in the areas of Training, Market, Networking and Exhibition focused on the Latin American documentary production. Audiovisual professionals, representatives of international broadcasters and decision makers participate in DocMontevideo. The event takes place every year in late July, in the city of Montevideo. Calls for the market open in February and close on April 15.

Elo Company by Barbara Sturm


Main sales agent in Brazil, with a catalogue 100% Brazilian with series and features. Responsible for the strategy and the sale of more than 100 territories of the film THE BOY AND THE WORLD, nominated for the Oscar of Best Animation in 2016, and worldwide distributor of THE SPACE IN BETWEEN – MARINA ABRAMOVIC IN BRAZIL, first Vimeo Original of Latin America. In 2018 launches two special projects: the label ELAS – promotion of feature films made by women, and PROJETA ÁS 7, in partnership with the exhibition company of Cinemark, for releases of independent films in a circuito of 20 cinemas in Brazil with 14 movies in 2018.

Festival de Cine Miradas Doc por David Baute

Festival de Cine MiradasDoc

International Documentary Film Festival, MiradasDoc, has among its main objectives the dissemination and promotion of documentaries on social issues produced anywhere in the world, with the idea that factual film offers a direct way of understanding, observing and making visible the social processes currently taking place in human society. The Africa-Latin America Co-production Forum “AFROAMERICA LAB”. Its key objectives are to promote the development of documentaries between the two regions and to foster collaboration among its professionals .
FICG by Rodolfo Morales


FICG Industry is one of the main market places of cinema for its Iberoamerican cinematography industry. It represents an ideal annual place to meet professionals, from production company, directors to distribution and TV channels. It is complemented by industry activities such as master calsses, e of course, by its speciallized programs like Guadalajara Construye, DocuLab e Talents Guadalajara.


Nordeste Lab/ Arco by Gabriel Pires

Nordeste Lab

NordesteLAB is an articulation platform that aims to stimulate the development of the audiovisual sector in the Northeast, North and Central West regions of Brazil.
Our activities are planned around 5 main lines:

1 – Emerging Connections
2 – Market Horizons
3 – Professional Exchanges
4 – (Un) places
5 – Broadcasting and Opportunities

Arco Audiovisual

Distribuidora Arco Audiovisual was born to contribute to the diffusion of independent Brazilian audiovisual works, mainly in the Northeast, North and Central West, with the artistic, social and communicational potential of the works as “cut-off points”. And, our motto is: movies were made to be seen!

Olhar Distribuição by Paula Gomes

Olhar Distribuição

Olhar Distribuição was founded in partnership with the Olhar de Cinema – International Film Festival of Curitiba in consonance with its purpose of looking for films that dialogue with contemporaneity. Our aim is to respect the universe of each film, its colors, its culture, its smiles and to cross borders that limit such fictional and real worlds, and take them to other ways of looking, surrounded by different realities, in order to raise awareness and reflection. We understand that the moment is for us to look at the plurality of singular realities.

Promovere by Denise Jancar


PROMOVERE is a noutique distributor based in Brazil, operating in distribution and licensee of brazilian contents (features, shorts,documentaries and series ) for all rights ( Free Tv and international Airlines ) and acquisition of international contents (features, animation series and docs, ready to be negotiated for all rights, specially Free TV in Brazil)

Sheffield Doc/Fest by Manon Euler

Sheffield Doc/Fest

Sheffield Doc/Fest is a world leading festival celebrating the art and business of documentary and non-fiction storytelling across all forms. Each year the festival welcomes over 25,000 festival goers, including around 3,500 industry delegates from 55 countries.
Doc/Fest is a creative space for discovery, debate, collaboration and inspiration. We champion and push forward new talent, ideas and interaction for the future of the industry. We are an open, inclusive festival, bringing together veteran creatives, new voices and our city to share, shape and question stories of the world we live in. What’s your story?

The New York Time Op-Docs by Andrew Blackwell

The New York Times Op-Docs

The New York Times Op-Docs is the world’s premiere short documentary series, having published more than 250 short, interactive and virtual reality documentaries by independent filmmakers. Each film is produced with wide creative latitude by both renowned and emerging filmmakers, and premieres across Times online platforms. The goal of each Op-Doc is to use a creative visual approach to present a truly unique story, character, argument or point of view — and to start a conversation among our global audience.