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Fabio Golombek

Fabio Golombek oversees all FJP productions in the United States since 2002. Fabio, as the president of FJ Productions, coordinates a number of programs such as The Hollywood News Report TV (HBO and syndication), Hollywood News in 3D (Sky and Orange), As Ultimas de Hollywood (SONY Entertainment), Hollywood Buzz (TNT) and 2 seasons of Hollywood Uncut. Since 2010, he has produced Bed and Breakfast, a feature film starring Dean Cain and Juliana Paes which was distributed worldwide, The Brazilian (Mariel Hemingway, Dean Cain & F.Machado) and co-produced Open Road. He is currently in production of Like Sunday, Like Rain (Written and directed by Frank Whaley), El Camino and Arigo. He is also the executive producer of the award winning show Planeta Brasil (TV Globo International), and producer of shows such as Shape Up (Fox), Shop the World, Martial Arts 360 and Zen Zone. Fabio is a member of the Producers Guild of America PGA, IDA and NALIP.
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Roberto D'Avila

As Director of Moonshot Pictures, Robert has worked in the area of Right Management, creation and development of audiovisual products for TV and movies since the 80’s. Among his works for TV: “Sessão de Terapia”, “9mm: São Paulo”, “The Taste Brasil”, “Desafio da Beleza”, “Brazil’s Next Top Model”, “Cozinheiros em Ação” and “Food Truck A Batalha”. His main movies include: “Bus 174”, “Rosario Tijeras”, “Ilha Rá-Tim-Bum” (TV Cultura/Warner Bros) and “Eliana em O Segredo dos Golfinhos” (Fox Filmes). He works creating a multiplatform universe: “9mm: São Paulo” (webisodes, game, book, viral); “Confissões de Acompanhantes” (book, videos and stand up comedy) and “Confissões de um X, um Y e um Z”.
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Marcos Schechtman

Marcos started his career on the Rede Manchete channel in 1987 by directing the soap opera “Carmen”. In 1988, he worked on “Olho por Olho”, and follwed that up with “Kananga do Japão”. In the 90’s he directed many important soap operas in Brazil, “A História de Ana Raio e Zé Trovão”, “Amazônia”, and “Guerra Sem Fim”. In 1995, Marcos started working for the Rede Bandeirantes channel, where he directed “A Idade da Loba” and “O Campeão”. He worked for TV Globo directing “Corpo Dourad”, “Suave Veneno”, “Laçoes de Família”, “O Clone”, “Celebridade”, “América” and “Caminho das Índias”, where he received the Emmy Award for Best Soap Opera with the author Gloria Perez. Marcos also directed the miniseries “O Marajá”, “A Casa das Sete Mulheres” and “Amazônia, “de Galvez a Chico Mendes”. And the TV series “Família Brasil” and “Casos e Acasos”.

Wladimir Weltman

Journalist, screenwriter and director, Wladimir became a foreign correspondent in 1977, covering Europe and the Middle East. In 1981, he started working with TV Globo as a screenwriter for musicals, comedy and variety. At the end of the 80's, Wladimir started working on TV and publicity simultaneously. He also worked as a manager in the Publicity Department at Warner Bros, in Brazil. In 1988, he opened his own Publicity agency. In 1990, he wrote the movie "Assim na Tela como no Céu" and immediately after, moved to Hollywood to work as a foreign correspondent specializing in Movies for magazines (Caras, Veja, Claudia), newspaper (O Globo, Estadão, Jornal do Brasil) and TV channels in Brazil (TV Globo, TV Cultura) and Europe (CineCinema, Canal + France). In 2000, E! Entertainment TV hired Wladimir to produce, write and direct TV show in Portuguese, Spanish and English, where he produced episodes for Coming Attractions, FYE and Wild On. In 2005, he went back to Brazil to be part of a screenwriters team for TV Globo.