Lucas Parente

Lucas Parente



Lucas Parente is a Brazilian film director, producer, and screenwriter. He is best known for directing the feature films “Todos Os Dias” and “Casa de Areia”, as well as the web series “Guardiões da Lei”.

Parente was born in São Paulo in 1981. He began his career as an assistant director in 2003, working on the feature films “O Futuro é Azul” and “Cidade dos Homens”. He then went on to direct short films such as “Equilíbrio”, “Eu Sou a Lenda”, and “Corações”.

His feature debut, “Todos Os Dias”, was released in 2013. The film was critically acclaimed and won a number of awards, including the Best Feature Award at the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival.

In 2015, Parente released his second feature film, “Casa de Areia”. The film was selected to compete at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival and was awarded the Un Certain Regard prize.

In addition to his feature films, Parente has also directed and produced a number of web series, such as “Guardiões da Lei”, “A Invenção de Amor”, and “O Final do Dia”.

Parente is currently working on a new feature film, “A Cor do Céu”, which is set to be released in 2021. He is also developing a new web series, “A Hora do Favelado”, which will explore issues of violence in Rio de Janeiro.

Throughout his career, Parente has become known for his nuanced and thoughtful approach to storytelling. His films often explore social issues, such as poverty, inequality, and violence. He is a master of visual storytelling, creating vivid and powerful images that stay with the viewer long after the film has ended.

Through his work, Parente has established himself as one of Brazil’s most acclaimed and respected filmmakers. He continues to push boundaries with his edgy and thought-provoking films, creating stories that challenge and inspire.

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