Director, producer, and Conspiração partner Carolina Jabor uses fiction to discuss reality. Consequently, contemporary themes are a constant throughout her filmography, which has been featured in important international festivals such as Cannes, Havana, Amsterdam, and Chicago. In “Liquid Truth”, her most recent feature film, she put a spotlight on the controversy of virtual lynching. Well received by critics, the production was elected best fiction feature film at the São Paulo International Film Festival and won four awards at the Rio Festival. In her directorial debut film, “Good Luck”, she showed the relationship between a misguided young man and a woman who lives with HIV. Jabor has also codirected documentaries such as “The Mystery of Samba”, which premiered at the Cannes Festival. Her work for television includes directing episodes of the series “Magnifica 70” (HBO), nominated to the International Emmy Award for Best Non-English Language US Primetime Program, as well as “Desnude” (GNT), in which women's pleasure is a protagonist. She is currently involved in post-production work of her feature “Transe”, a movie adaptation of Miguel Del Castillo's novel “Cancún”, as well as being part of the writers’ room for an Amazon Prime Video comedy. Among her future projects are a feature film about a huge Brazilian music star and a miniseries adapted from an article on piauí magazine. 
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