Vaca Amarela Filmes is a Brazilian production house that has been producing independent and authorial film projects since 2008. With its base in Minas Gerais, it also provides services in the production of films, documentaries, experimental videos and institutional videos, for production companies and TV channels.
The short films produced by Vaca Amarela Films were exhibited at many international festivals such as the International Film Festival of Cartagena (Colombia), Lakino (Germany), Cine Las Americas International Film Festival (USA), Terra di Tutti Film Festival (Italy) Luso-Brazilian Film Festival of Santa Maria da Feira (Portugal) and in Brazil at festivals like Forumdoc, Tiradentes Film Festival, São Paulo International Short Film Festival, CineCeará, Gramado Brazilian Film Festival.
The short documentary “Rio de Mujeres”, by Cristina Maure and Joana Oliveira, received 12 awards at film festivals around the world. Among them, Best International Short Film of the 17th Valdivia International Film Festival (Chile) and Best Documentary of the 18th San Diego Latino Film Festival (USA) in 2011.
In 2010, the production house premiered “Morada” by Joana Oliveira, her first long documentary that was shown at many Brazilian festivals and is currently being distributed in Portugal. It was also exhibited in Argentina and Colombia. The documentary was acquired by two cable channels from Brazil: Canal Brasil and CineBrasilTV.
The fictional media “Diário do Não Ver”, by Cristina Maure and Joana Oliveira, was selected for important festivals such as the 17th International Film Festival (United States), the 40th Gramado Film Festival and the 16th Luso- Brazilian of Santa Maria da Feira, Portugal, among others. He won the Best Film Award for the popular jury Mostra Municipalities of 12ª Goiânia Mostra Curtas and the prize for Best Fiction in the 3rd Cine Cipó festival.
Currently, in addition to the development of the long film “Kevin”, Vaca Amarela Filmes invests in other projects of long films and series such as:
In pre-production: “Veredas do Brasil” – Project in pre-production. Documentary series with 13 episodes of 26`, directed by Cristina Maure, to be exhibited in the channel CineBrasil TV, contemplated by the edict FSA Prodav 06 – BRDE ANCINE. Funds raised, in investigation of locations for filming in 2017.
In captation: “To Station” – Long fiction footage. Direction and Screenplay by Cristina Maure.
In Capture: “Ushuaia” – Long fiction footage. Direction and Screenplay by Joana Oliveira