It was during his graduation in Audiovisual Communication Technology at ESMAE-IPP in Porto that Pedro Negrão fell in love with cinema as a collaborative art. He works since 2008 as Director of Photography having integrated several projects for Television and Cinema. His filmography includes “Gabriel” (2008), “Os dias de Mário Cláudio: Tocata e Fuga” (2016) and “Mau Mau Maria” (2014).
He is currently finishing the shooting of the feature film “The Fantastic Life of Sofia” and about to start with “Blood(less) Revolution”.
Vittorio Sala is an Italian director of photography, active in the UK and also in Portugal. He began his studies at CINECITTA’ (A.C.T.) Film and Television Academy and in 2012 he filmed WHEELS (Directed by Marco Oliva), entirely shot in the theaters of the legendary Roman structure.
In the summer of 2014, he met director Matteo Scarfò and shot the sci-fi feature THE LAST SUN OF THE NIGHT, currently on Amazon Prime Video. In 2015 he moved to London where he matured his cinematic style through which he had the opportunity to express himself in short films by Rui Pedro Sousa and Dominic Hassall. The collaboration with Rui Pedro Sousa made him land in the field of advertising as well (BERG, 2018). In 2019 he returned to Italy to direct the short IDDHU by Luigi Pironaci, the mockumentary JACOB’S DREAM by Luigi Veneziano and the feature KNE by Alessio Pasqua.
Dreaming of being rich and famous, I graduated in Cinema. Soon I realized that it would not be that simple, so I decided to be a director of photography.
I didn’t become rich or famous, but I already had the enormous pleasure of collaborating with incredible directors and producers on the most diverse film sets.
From São Paulo, where I began my career and where I shot countless commercials, video clips, TV series, documentaries and feature films, to Lisbon was a leap. And here I am, grabbing each film with the same passion as always, with a lot of love for creating powerful images.
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