“Marighella” is the big winner of the 21st Grand Prix of Brazilian Cinema;  View more award winners

“Marighella” is the big winner of the 21st Grand Prix of Brazilian Cinema; View more award winners

“Marighella” is the big winner of the 21st Grand Prix of Cinema. The award ceremony took place on Wednesday evening (10) at the Cidade das Artes Bibi Ferreira in Rio de Janeiro.

Directed by Wagner Moura, the feature film about the guerrilla won eight Grande Otelo trophies. Including Best Feature Film, Best Director for a Feature Film and Best Actor (see full list below).

Dira Paes, Seu Jorge, Zezé Motta and Rodrigo Santoro are among the awardwinning actors of the event. A total of 32 prizes were awarded.

The ceremony was led by Camila Pitanga and Silvero Pereira. The actor also released his voice on stage, performing the songs “Sujeito de Sorte”, “Maria Maria” and “Dias Melhores Virão”.

2 of 4 Dira Paes is awarded at the 21st Grand Prix of Cinema — Photo: Roberto Filho / Disclosure

Dira Paes is awarded at the 21st Grand Prix of Cinema — Photo: Roberto Filho / Disclosure

Check out the full list of winners of the 21st Grand Prix of Cinema:

  • BEST FEATURE FILM
    MARIGELLA, by Wagner Moura. Production: Bel Berlinck, Andrea Barata Ribeiro, Fernando Meirelles for O2 Films and Wagner Moura for Maria da Fé
Trailer for 'Marighella'

Trailer for ‘Marighella’

  • BEST FILM POPULAR JURY
    O Auto da Boa Mentira”, by José Eduardo Belmonte. Production: Mônica Monteiro, Fátima Pereira and Luciana Pires of Cinegroup.
  • BETTER DIRECTION
    DANIEL FILHO for “The Silence of the Rain”.
  • BEST FILM DIRECTOR
    WAGNER MOURA for “Marighella”.
  • BEST ACTOR
    HER JORGE as Marighella for “Marighella”.
  • BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
    RODRIGO SANTORO as Luca in 7 Prisoners.
  • BEST ACTRESS
    DIRA PAES as Rita in Venice.
  • THE BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
    ZEZÉ MOTTA as Francisca for Doctor Gama.
  • BEST INTERNATIONAL FILM
    “NOMADLAND” Nomadland (USA) / Documentary / Director: Chloe Zhao.
  • BEST IBEROAMERICAN FILM
    “EMA” Ema (Chile) / feature film / director: Pablo Larraín.
  • BEST DOCUMENTARY
    A ÚLTIMA FLORESTA”, by Luiz Bolognesi. Production: Caio Gullane; Fabiano Gullane for Gullane, Laís Bodanzky and Luiz Bolognesi for Buriti Films.
  • BEST COMEDY FILM
    AFTER THE CRAZY IS ME, by Julia Rezende. Production: Mariza Leão of Atitude Produções e Empreendimentos.
  • Honorable Mention Animated Feature Film
    “BOB SPIT WE DON’T LIKE PEOPLE”, directed by Cesar Cabral. Production: Cesar Cabral and Anália Tahara from Coala Produções Audiovisuais.
  • BEST CHILDREN FILM
    TURMA DA MÔNICA LESSONS”, by Daniel Rezende. Producer: Bianca Villar, Fernando Fraiha and Karen Castanho for Biônica Films, Marcio Fraccaroli for Paris Entretimento and Daniel Rezende.
  • BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILM
    YAÕKWA, IMAGE AND MEMORY”, by Rita Carelli and Vincent Carelli.
  • BEST ANIMATED SHORT FILM
    INDIGENOUS MYTHS IN CROSSROADS”, by Julia Vellutini and Wesley Rodrigues.
  • BEST SHORT FILM
    ATO”, by Bárbara Paz.
  • BEST FICTIONAL MONTAGE
    KAREN HARLEY, EDT for “Pity”.
  • BEST DOCUMENTARY MONTAGE
    RICARDO FARIAS for The Last Forest.
  • BEST ORIGINAL SCRIPT
    HENRIQUE DOS SANTOS AND ALY MURITIBA for “Private Desert”.
  • BEST ADAPTED FONT
    FELIPE BRAGA AND WAGNER MOURA based on the work “Marighella: The Guerrilla Who Burned the World” by Mario Magalhães by Marighella.
  • BEST PHOTO DIRECTION
    ADRIAN TEIJIDO, ABC, for “Marighella”.
  • BETTER VISUAL EFFECT
    PEDRO DE LIMA MARQUES for Tales of Tomorrow.
  • BEST SOUND
    GEORGE SALDANHA, ABC, ALESSANDRO LAROCA, EDUARDO VIRMOND LIMA and RENAN DEODATO for “Marighella”.
  • BEST ART DIRECTION
    FREDERICO PINTO, ABC for “Marighella”.
  • BEST MAKEUP
    MARTÍN MACÍAS TRUJILLO for “Venice”.
  • BEST COSTUME
    VERONICA JULIAN for “Marighella”.
  • BEST BRAZILIAN DOCUMENTARY SERIES INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION PAY/OTTTV
    TRANSAMAZÔNICA A ROAD TO THE PAST” SEASON 1 (HBO and HBO GO) Director General: Jorge Bodanzky. Brazilian Independent Producer: Ocean Films.
  • BEST BRAZILIAN ANIMATED SERIES INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION PAY/OTTTV
    ANGELI THE MURDERER SEASON 2 (Canal Brasil). General Director: Cesar Cabral. Brazilian Independent Producer: Coala Produções Audiovisual.
  • BEST BRAZILIAN SERIES FICTION INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION OPEN TELEVISION
    UNDER PRESSURE SEASON 4″ (Globo). General Direction: Andrucha Waddington. Brazilian Independent Producer: Conspiração.
  • BEST BRAZILIAN FICTION SERIES INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION PAYTV/OTT
    DOM SEASON 1″ (Amazon Prime Video) General Direction: Breno Silveira. Brazilian Independent Producer: Conspiração.
  • BEST SOUNDTRACK
    ANDRÉ ABUJAMRA AND MARCIO NIGRO for Bob Cuspe We Don’t Like People.

3 of 4 Camila Pitanga presents the 21st Grand Prix of Cinema — Photo: Roberto Filho / Publicity

Camila Pitanga presents the 21st Grand Prix of Cinema — Photo: Roberto Filho / Advertisement

4 of 4 Silvero Pereira performs at the 21st Grand Prix of Cinema — Photo: Rogério Resende / Publicity

Silvero Pereira performs at the 21st Grand Prix of Cinema — Photo: Rogério Resende / Publicity