Daniel Costa Neves

Daniel Costa Neves



Daniel Costa Neves is a renowned Brazilian film and television director. Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil in 1984, Neves has been directing films and television shows since the early 2000s.

Neves started his career as a director of television shows, directing episodes for the popular series “Malhação” in 2003. He then went on to direct episodes for “Senhora do Destino” and “Caminhos do Coração” in 2004.

In 2006, Neves made his feature film debut with “O Processo,” a thriller about a criminal case involving a woman accused of murder. The film was well received by critics and was a box office success. This success led to Neves directing his second feature film, “Os Dez Mandamentos” in 2008. The film was also a success, and Neves gained recognition as a skilled director.

Neves continued to direct feature films, including “A Primeira Tentação de Cristo” in 2012 and “Amor de Mãe” in 2013. Both films were critically acclaimed, and Neves won several awards for his directing.

In 2017, Neves directed his most successful film to date, “O Outro Lado do Paraíso.” The film was a massive hit, and it was the highest-grossing Brazilian film of all time. Neves won two awards for his directing in the film, including the Grande Prêmio do Cinema Brasileiro for Best Director.

Neves has also directed several television shows, including “Espelho da Vida” in 2018 and “Amor de Mãe” in 2020. Both series were highly successful, and Neves received much praise for his directing.

Today, Neves is considered one of the most successful directors in Brazil. His films have won awards and been critically acclaimed, and he has become a household name. Neves is a testament to the power of hard work and dedication, and his success serves as an inspiration to aspiring directors.

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