Christiana Guinle

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Christiana Guinle is a Brazilian producer and actress of stage, movies and television. She graduated from the Royal Shakespeare Company.[1]

Career[change | change source]

Theater Actress[change | change source]

  • Homer’s Odissey – won Mambembe best actress award
  • O Ateneu, by Raul Pompéia - won Mambembe best new actress award
  • Medea, by Eurípedes
  • LuLu, by Frank Wedekind
  • The Blind, by Ghelderode – Shell best actress award nominee
  • Raised in Captivity, by Nicky Silver

Theater Actress and Producer[change | change source]

  • Hell is Other People, based on Jean-Paul Sartre’s Huis-Clos – Molière best actress award nominee
  • O Anjo Negro (The Dark Angel), by Nelson Rodrigues – won A.P.C.A. best actress award
  • The Lady from the Sea, by Ibsen – won Shell best actress award
  • God, by Woody Allen

Cinema[change | change source]

  • A Espera (The Wait), by Luiz Fernando Carvalho – the film won Gramado best film award
  • Mil e Uma (One Thousand and One), by Suzana Morais about Marcel Duchamp’s work
  • Metalguru, by Flavio Colker – won Berlin’s alternative festival best actress award

Television[change | change source]

  • Chiquinha Gonzaga, by Manoel Carlos – television miniseries about the life of Chiquinha Gonzaga (Brazilian composer, pianist, and conductor), broadcast by Rede Globo Network
  • A Casa das Sete Mulheres (The House of Seven Women), by Maria Adelaide Amaral - television miniseries broadcast by Rede Globo Network
  • Um Só Coração (Just One Heart), by Maria Adelaide Amaral - television miniseries broadcast by Rede Globo Network
  • JK, by Maria Adelaide Amaral - television miniseries about the life of Juscelino Kubitschek (President of Brazil from 1956 to 1961), broadcast by Rede Globo Network

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