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THE COMPANY

Since it was founded in 2004, Casa Redonda harnesses the talent and experience of sisters Jasmin and Minom Pinho on thought, creation, production and business.

Working with knowledge networks, collaborations and co-entrepreneurship, Casa Redonda gathers the best technical and creative professionals in Brazil to provide high-quality innovative content, solutions and experiences that are in touch with the market.

Film and TV, Visual Arts and Creative Platforms are the three main pillars of Casa Redonda.

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FILM AND TV

Feature-length films, documentaries, TV series and web content make up Casa Redonda’s portfolio. The company has amassed great expertise on developing and producing audiovisual projects and businesses. Casa Redonda connects creative talents in the market to sponsorship partners, financers, distributors and exhibitors, both nationally and internationally.

VISUAL ARTS

The company creates, develops and produces national and international exhibits of contemporary art, photography, multimedia, archaeology, sculpture and other cultural and artistic expressions. It provides exhibition solutions for creative, conceptual, managerial, technical and strategic aspects.

In partnership with prominent museums and cultural centers such as Sesc-SP, The Museum of Modern Art of Bahia (MAM Bahia), The Museum of Modern Art of Sao Paulo (MAM Sao Paulo), The Brazilian Sculpture Museum (MUBE) and Caixa Cultural, Casa Redonda holds medium and large shows in Brazil that have remarkable public attendance.

CREATIVE PLATAFORMS

Casa Redonda creates, plans and executes creative platforms and sector development platforms that include bidding processes, cultural investment funds, festivals, contests, prizes, workshops and events. The company collaborates with several programs and initiatives to educate and qualify managers and cultural entrepreneurs in Brazil.

Platforms can be either independent or tailored to clients. These platforms create spaces of dialogue, learning and business opportunities that mobilize cultural and creative networks nationwide. They include artists, producers, entrepreneurs, governments, cultural institutions and social organizations.

Minom Pinho

Founding partner of Casa Redonda, undergraduate in Computer Science and graduate in Art and Technology for UNIFACS – Bahia, she conducts courses and lectures on cultural management.

Minom has 15 years of experience as executive producer on dozens of contents, projects and businesses of different artistic and cultural segments. She is a specialist on financing culture with sponsors, investors, governments and other market players.

For the last 13 years she has produced fiction feature-length films, documentaries and TV series of the utmost quality.

She works on consulting, planning and cultural investment management as well as bidding processes, contests and nationwide creative platforms for clients like Avon, Comgás, NET, Globo and Turner.

Born in the state of Bahia, she holds the state of Sao Paulo very close to heart. Her hobbies include hiking in the woods, cooking for her family and a 25 year-long research on Taoism.

Jasmin Pinho

Founding partner of Casa Redonda; Jasmin holds a journalism major for the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro. She works as a producer, curator and documentarian.

She has worked for over 20 years in exhibition projects, including shows at institutions like Sesc-SP, MAM Sao Paulo, MAM Bahia, Paço das Artes Rio de Janeiro, CCBB and the British Museum; also having worked with renowned artists such as Marina Abramović, Jenny Holzer, Peter Greenway, Gary Hill, Candido Portinari and Walter Smetak.

Jasmin lived in London for four years where she produced audiovisual content for Dox Productions, Ridley Scott Associates / Blackdog and Mango Films. Back in Brazil in 2003, she created her own production label and founded Casa Redonda. As a documentarian, she directed Sonora Rio Bahia and Aristocrata Clube as part of her research on Brazilian memory and culture.

Mother of Samuel, Virgo with ascendant in Libra; she finds subtleties in poetry, photography and dried leaves that she picks up along the way.

Amanda Ferreira Gomes

For over 10 years she has coordinated projects, programs and cultural platforms. Her experience includes planning, communication, management, production and service. Amanda is a specialist on tax incentive to culture and audiovisual production both on the public and private sectors. She is responsible for the general coordination of projects at Casa Redonda for the three main areas of expertise: audiovisual, visual arts and creative platforms.

A resident of the South side of São Paulo, Amanda is a Social Science major who loves peripheral cultural movements, from samba to hip hop. She takes trips to the shore whenever possible.

Carolina Trevisan

A Radio & TV graduate of Anhembi Morumbi University; Carolina has 5 years of experience producing and managing cultural projects with a focus on visual arts and audiovisual content for cinema, TV and the web. She has extensive experience on registration, legal regulation monitoring and management of cultural projects with government incentives. Those incentives include PROAC – SP, the Rouanet Law, the Audiovisual Law and the Sector Fund of Audiovisual. Carolina monitors and coordinates international affairs for Casa Redonda with festivals, cultural institutions, TV channels, distributors and co-producers.

Both her mother and father are from Italian descent; Carol never refuses good lasagna. She loves her dog and would have five more pets if she could.

Neide Bispo

She is in charge of the administrative and financial departments of Casa Redonda. Neide graduated in Business Administration at the Anhanguera University Center and has 10 years of experience in the cultural sector.

She manages administrative, financial and tax processes and programs in the audiovisual and visual arts projects carried out by the company. Her skills include accountability for cultural projects that receive government incentives through the Rouanet Law, the Audiovisual Law, the Sector Fund of Audiovisual and PROAC SP.

Born in the state of Bahia, she has lived in Sao Paulo for over 20 years. Neide’s most distinguished talent is caring for her children (Monalisa, Cássio and Duda), relatives and friends, as well as the entire Casa Redonda team.

Thais Zimmerman

A Cultural Production graduate of FMU – Sao Paulo, Thais has three years of experience and works as a production assistant in the administrative and financial departments of the company.

From the city of Poços de Caldas in the state of Minas Gerais, Thais is very keen on being organized. She likes fishing and preparing exotic dishes.

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THE COMPANY

Since it was founded in 2004, Casa Redonda harnesses the talent and experience of sisters Jasmin and Minom Pinho on thought, creation, production and business.

Working with knowledge networks, collaborations and co-entrepreneurship, Casa Redonda gathers the best technical and creative professionals in Brazil to provide high-quality innovative content, solutions and experiences that are in touch with the market.

Film and TV, Visual Arts and Creative Platforms are the three main pillars of Casa Redonda.

FILM AND TV

Feature-length films, documentaries, TV series and web content make up Casa Redonda’s portfolio. The company has amassed great expertise on developing and producing audiovisual projects and businesses. Casa Redonda connects creative talents in the market to sponsorship partners, financers, distributors and exhibitors, both nationally and internationally.

VISUAL ARTS

The company creates, develops and produces national and international exhibits of contemporary art, photography, multimedia, archaeology, sculpture and other cultural and artistic expressions. It provides exhibition solutions for creative, conceptual, managerial, technical and strategic aspects.

In partnership with prominent museums and cultural centers such as Sesc-SP, The Museum of Modern Art of Bahia (MAM Bahia), The Museum of Modern Art of Sao Paulo (MAM Sao Paulo), The Brazilian Sculpture Museum (MUBE) and Caixa Cultural, Casa Redonda holds medium and large shows in Brazil that have remarkable public attendance.

CREATIVE PLATAFORMS

Casa Redonda creates, plans and executes creative platforms and sector development platforms that include bidding processes, cultural investment funds, festivals, contests, prizes, workshops and events. The company collaborates with several programs and initiatives to educate and qualify managers and cultural entrepreneurs in Brazil.

Platforms can be either independent or tailored to clients. These platforms create spaces of dialogue, learning and business opportunities that mobilize cultural and creative networks nationwide. They include artists, producers, entrepreneurs, governments, cultural institutions and social organizations.

Minom Pinho

Founding partner of Casa Redonda, undergraduate in Computer Science and graduate in Art and Technology for UNIFACS – Bahia, she conducts courses and lectures on cultural management.

Minom has 15 years of experience as executive producer on dozens of contents, projects and businesses of different artistic and cultural segments. She is a specialist on financing culture with sponsors, investors, governments and other market players.

For the last 13 years she has produced fiction feature-length films, documentaries and TV series of the utmost quality.

She works on consulting, planning and cultural investment management as well as bidding processes, contests and nationwide creative platforms for clients like Avon, Comgás, NET, Globo and Turner.

Born in the state of Bahia, she holds the state of Sao Paulo very close to heart. Her hobbies include hiking in the woods, cooking for her family and a 25 year-long research on Taoism.

Jasmin Pinho

Founding partner of Casa Redonda; Jasmin holds a journalism major for the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro. She works as a producer, curator and documentarian.

She has worked for over 20 years in exhibition projects, including shows at institutions like Sesc-SP, MAM Sao Paulo, MAM Bahia, Paço das Artes Rio de Janeiro, CCBB and the British Museum; also having worked with renowned artists such as Marina Abramović, Jenny Holzer, Peter Greenway, Gary Hill, Candido Portinari and Walter Smetak.

Jasmin lived in London for four years where she produced audiovisual content for Dox Productions, Ridley Scott Associates / Blackdog and Mango Films. Back in Brazil in 2003, she created her own production label and founded Casa Redonda. As a documentarian, she directed Sonora Rio Bahia and Aristocrata Clube as part of her research on Brazilian memory and culture.

Mother of Samuel, Virgo with ascendant in Libra; she finds subtleties in poetry, photography and dried leaves that she picks up along the way.

Amanda Ferreira Gomes

For over 10 years she has coordinated projects, programs and cultural platforms. Her experience includes planning, communication, management, production and service. Amanda is a specialist on tax incentive to culture and audiovisual production both on the public and private sectors. She is responsible for the general coordination of projects at Casa Redonda for the three main areas of expertise: audiovisual, visual arts and creative platforms.

A resident of the South side of São Paulo, Amanda is a Social Science major who loves peripheral cultural movements, from samba to hip hop. She takes trips to the shore whenever possible.

Carolina Trevisan

A Radio & TV graduate of Anhembi Morumbi University; Carolina has 5 years of experience producing and managing cultural projects with a focus on visual arts and audiovisual content for cinema, TV and the web. She has extensive experience on registration, legal regulation monitoring and management of cultural projects with government incentives. Those incentives include PROAC – SP, the Rouanet Law, the Audiovisual Law and the Sector Fund of Audiovisual. Carolina monitors and coordinates international affairs for Casa Redonda with festivals, cultural institutions, TV channels, distributors and co-producers.

Both her mother and father are from Italian descent; Carol never refuses good lasagna. She loves her dog and would have five more pets if she could.

Neide Bispo

She is in charge of the administrative and financial departments of Casa Redonda. Neide graduated in Business Administration at the Anhanguera University Center and has 10 years of experience in the cultural sector.

She manages administrative, financial and tax processes and programs in the audiovisual and visual arts projects carried out by the company. Her skills include accountability for cultural projects that receive government incentives through the Rouanet Law, the Audiovisual Law, the Sector Fund of Audiovisual and PROAC SP.

Born in the state of Bahia, she has lived in Sao Paulo for over 20 years. Neide’s most distinguished talent is caring for her children (Monalisa, Cássio and Duda), relatives and friends, as well as the entire Casa Redonda team.

Thais Zimmerman

A Cultural Production graduate of FMU – Sao Paulo, Thais has three years of experience and works as a production assistant in the administrative and financial departments of the company.

From the city of Poços de Caldas in the state of Minas Gerais, Thais is very keen on being organized. She likes fishing and preparing exotic dishes.