José Joffily


As a film director, José Joffily has already developed many feature projects, among fictions and documentaries, such as Caminho de Volta (doc., 2015); Olhos Azuis (fic., 2010); Vocação do Poder (doc. 2005); O Chamado de Deus (doc., 2000); Quem Matou Pixote? (fic., 1996). Joffily's films have been appreciated in important national and international festivals (Gramado, Brasília, É Tudo Verdade, IDFA, Biarritz, Havana, Rotterdam, Cartagena, among others).

Isabel Joffily

Isabel Joffily – Isabel Joffily holds a bachelor's degree in Social Sciences and a Master's degree of Arts in Rio de Janeiro State University. She directed the short film Retrato de Carmem D. (Portrait of Carmem D. - 2015) that was screened in more than 15 film festivals worldwide, including Visions du Réel and It’s All True. She directed the film Vidigal Olimpo (2016) for SporTV.  She is the producer of Caminho de Volta (2015), Prova de Artista (2010) and Soldado Estrangeiro (to be released). She also produced the exhibition on Robert Frank's life - Between Images (2012) and Abbas Kiarostami and Amos Gitai – Cinema Além Muros (2010). 

Pedro Rossi

Pedro Rossi - was born in Rio de Janeiro in 1981. Worked as a producer in the features Não Se Pode Viver Sem Amor, Romance Policial, Noites de Reis and in the documentary Ippon for ESPN. Directed with José Joffily the documentary Caminho de Volta, which stayed for one year in theaters in Brazil before going to the TV. The film was released in the It’s All True Festival in 2015. He was the director of the documentary TV series O Som e O Silêncio for the Arte1 Channel. The series will be aired in August and September of 2018. He is currently finishing two documentaries as director and photographer: Soldado Estrangeiro and Depois da Primavera, the last one in partnership with Canal Curta! and directed with Isabel Joffily.