Aly Muritiba

Aly Muritiba



Aly Muritiba is a Brazilian director, writer, and producer who has been working in the film industry since 2008. His work has been highlighted at many international film festivals, including the Cannes Film Festival, the Berlinale, and the Toronto International Film Festival.

Muritiba was born in 1980 in São Paulo, Brazil. He studied film and television production at the University of São Paulo and graduated in 2006. After graduation, he wrote and directed his first short film, "Lembra-te de Mim (Remember Me)." The film earned several awards at film festivals, including the Special Jury Award at the 17th São Paulo International Short Film Festival.

In 2009, Muritiba wrote and directed his first feature film, "A Festa da Menina Morta (The Dead Girl's Party)." The film earned him international recognition, including a nomination for Best Screenplay at the 27th Gijón International Film Festival and a nomination for Best Latin American Film at the San Sebastián International Film Festival.

Muritiba's subsequent films, "As Boas Maneiras (Good Manners, 2017)" and "O Ornitólogo (The Ornithologist, 2016)" earned him further recognition, including the award for Best Brazilian Feature Film at the 44th Gramado Film Festival and the award for Best Direction at the 36th Mar del Plata International Film Festival.

In 2020, Muritiba wrote and directed the Netflix original series, "Sintonia (Tuning, 2020)." The series follows the lives of three teenagers in a São Paulo favela as they struggle to make it in the music industry. The series received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike.

Muritiba's films often explore themes of identity and belonging in contemporary Brazil. His work has been praised for its visual style and for its ability to capture the struggles of everyday life in Brazil. Through his films, Muritiba has become one of the most acclaimed directors in contemporary Brazilian cinema.

Known for