Renato Góes

Renato Góes



Renato Góes is a Brazilian film director, actor, and screenwriter. He began his career as an actor in theatre and television in Brazil before making his directorial debut in 2001 with the feature film “O Céu de Suely”. Since then, he has directed several critically acclaimed films, including “Araçá Azul” (2005), “O Animal Cordial” (2009) and “O Homem das Multidões” (2012).

Renato was born in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil in 1978. He began his acting career at the age of 14, appearing in several television series and theatre productions. In 1999, he graduated from the State University of Sao Paulo with a degree in Film Studies. After graduation, he began writing scripts for television and theatre.

In 2001, Renato made his directorial debut with the feature film “O Céu de Suely”, which won the award for best screenplay at the 2001 São Paulo International Film Festival. The film also earned him a nomination for the Best New Director award at the 2002 Berlin International Film Festival.

Since then, Renato has directed several films, including “Araçá Azul” (2005), “O Animal Cordial” (2009), and “O Homem das Multidões” (2012). All of these films have been critically acclaimed, earning him numerous awards and nominations at various international film festivals.

Renato has also acted in several films and television series, including “Um Sonho de Verão” (2003), “Amor em Chamas” (2013), and “O Tempo e o Vento” (2014).

In addition to his film and television work, Renato has directed several plays, including “O Método” (2009), “O Dia de Ação de Graças” (2010), and “O Fim do Mundo” (2011). He has also written several books, including “O Céu de Suely: Uma Reflexão Sobre o Cinema” (2011) and “Uma Sala de Espera” (2012).

Renato Góes is an accomplished filmmaker and actor, having made a name for himself in both the film and theatre worlds. He is

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