STAFF PICK OF THE MONTH
When the social movement “Rio Eu Amo Eu Cuido” was created it had a single purpose: make Rio de Janeiro a better place to live in. This documentary, shot between October 2014 and March 2015, shows a little of the movement’s universe, projects and actions that took place with the help of volunteers and people passionate about Rio de Janeiro.
Eduardo Hunter Moura
Eduardo is the CEO of Hunter Filmes. Master in Cinema with Distinction from the prestigious London Film School, his debut as a film director was the award-winning documentary “B1 – Tenório em Beijing” (2010) which was selected for several festivals around the world, including HotDocs 2010. Directed the the film “Hei de Torcer” for ESPN, won the award for best educational shortfilm with “This Film is About”, directed the series “What makes a Champion?” for the SPORTV channel, and won the Social Impact Video Award with the film “Rio Eu Amo Eu Cuido”. In 2016 he directed the documentary series “DREAMERS” for SPORTV, and directed the opening film for the Paralympic Games Ceremony in Rio.
From 2017 until now Eduardo directed the documentary series “Ensaios Contemporâneos” for Canal Curta, debuted in fiction as a director in the series “Baile de Máscaras”, and has been directing branded content campaigns for Itaú, Verde Campo, Google Economics, and Guarana Antarctica. In 2018 he went to Japan with the documentary “Tenório e os Sonhos de Judo”, reuniting his friend and champion Tenório for another film – currently in the process of being captured and finalized. For Hunter Filmes he writes, directs, and produces projects with his collaborators.