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Watch Hollywood Reporter’s Full Director Roundtable With Martin Scorsese, Greta Gerwig and More

Filmmakers Martin Scorsese, Greta Gerwig, Noah Baumbach, Todd Phillips, Fernando Meirelles and Lulu Wang joined for the Hollywood Reporter Director Roundtable.

‘The Two Popes’ Director Fernando Meirelles: “There’s a Very Good Thing About Being an Outsider”

Martin Scorsese, Noah Baumbach, Greta Gerwig, Fernando Meirelles, Lulu Wang and Todd Phillips joined for the annual Director Roundtable.

“A Revolution of Cinema”: Martin Scorsese, Greta Gerwig and the Director Roundtable

Filmmakers Noah Baumbach, Todd Phillips, Fernando Meirelles and Lulu Wang join in sounding off on Netflix pros and cons, Marvel as "amusement park" and "that bullshit thing where the media picks a movie and declares it means something it doesn’t."

AFM: Enviromental Doc ‘Great Green Wall’ Sells to France, Germany (Exclusive)

Jared P. Scott's climate-change documentary 'The Great Green Wall,' which follows 'City of God' director Fernando Meirelles and Malian musician Inna Modja as they explore plans to build a 5,000-mile wall of trees stretching across all of Africa, has sold to France and Germany ahead of this year's AFM.

Fernando Meirelles on Working With Netflix on ‘Two Popes,’ Marvel Films Making Him “Sleepy”

Following 'The Two Popes', his first film for Netflix, the acclaimed director is developing his next project for the video giant, which will be based around climate change.

‘Marighella’: Film Review | Berlin 2019

'Narcos' and 'Elite Squad' star Wagner Moura steps behind the camera to commemorate a Brazilian revolutionary folk hero in 'Marighella.'

Opening Ceremony of the Rio Olympics: TV Review

Director Fernando Mereilles and his team delivered a sobering call to address global warming and deforestation cloaked in a stirring multicultural celebration of tolerance.

‘City of God –- 10 Years Later’ Co-Director on Where the Stars of the Brazilian Hit Are Today (Q&A)

Co-director Luciano Vidigal tells THR his documentary explores the artistic impact of the film and also revisits the actors, some of whom are struggling to make ends meet: "I was sad, but I thought that people needed to see that."

On the Set of Stephen Daldry’s ‘Trash’ in Rio: Stray Dogs and a Massive Garbage Dump

A huge artificial landfill was built to shoot Richard Curtis' script based on Andy Mulligan's novel about three boys who pick garbage for a living.

Rio Fest’s Market Side Bar Kicks Off

Nearly 100 industry experts, including three-time Oscar winner Christopher Newman and Netflix’s Ted Sarandos, will lead seminars and panels at the event.

Father’s Chair (A Busca): Film Review

The polished debut feature explores father-son friction against a picturesque Brazilian backdrop.

Fernando Meirelles’ ‘360’ to Open Gramado Film Fest in Brazil

The 40th edition of the annual event will showcase cinema from throughout Latin America.