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Marcio Curi


Brazilian producer, director and screenwriter Marcio Curi, who is of Lebanese origin, began his film career in 1967. His repertoire includes participating in the production of more than 15 feature films, eight of which have earned several awards. In addition, he has left his directorial fingerprint on more than 30 short films, 12 of which have won awards.

Curi has experience in television and film, animation, art communication and advertising, and discovered his artistic talent after producing two films — “Crazy for Cinema,” which won 6 awards at the XXVII Brasilia Film Festival; and “Daughters of the Wind,” which received 8 Awards at the 32nd Gramado Film Festival.

He made his directorial debut with “The Last Station,” and collaborated with director De Moretti to launch the Lebanese-Brazilian feature film, which was produced by “Azasin” and Day 2 Pictures.


Brazilian producer, director and screenwriter Marcio Curi, who is of Lebanese origin, began his film career in 1967. His repertoire includes participating in the production of more than 15 feature films, eight of which have earned several awards. In addition, he has left his directorial fingerprint on more than 30 short films, 12 of which have won awards.

Curi has experience in television and film, animation, art communication and advertising, and discovered his artistic talent after producing two films — “Crazy for Cinema,” which won 6 awards at the XXVII Brasilia Film Festival; and “Daughters of the Wind,” which received 8 Awards at the 32nd Gramado Film Festival.

He made his directorial debut with “The Last Station,” and collaborated with director De Moretti to launch the Lebanese-Brazilian feature film, which was produced by “Azasin” and Day 2 Pictures.