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Kiki Lavigne

Homero Olivetto

Creative Producer with a solid background in content for film and streaming. Summing years of experience in the film industry in the areas of development, production, and distribution in Brazil.


Kiki Lavigne has worked as a development producer at Brazilian production and distribution companies.


She served as the head of local production at Sony Pictures in Brazil, overseeing the co-production and acquisition of various feature films.


Kiki produced 'Holly Biker' by Homero Olivetto, which participated in film festivals worldwide, including the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival where it won the Special Jury Prize in 2016.


Lavigne holds a BA from New York University, an MA in Media Studies, and an MS in Media Management from The New School.

Homero Olivetto is a filmmaker from São Paulo, who wrote, produced, and directed the film “Holy Biker” (2016), a film set in the northeastern hinterland of Brazil, with seven nominations in the Grand Prize of Brazilian Cinema and winner of the Special Jury Prize in the First Features Competition of the Tallinn International Festival.


Homero directed the films “Amigas de Sorte” (2021) and “Hermanoteu na Terra de Godah” (2022), an adaptation of the successful play by the theater group Os Melhores do Mundo.


As a screenwriter, he wrote “Confessions of a Brazilian Call Girl” (2011), a box office success awarded as the best-adapted screenplay by the Grand Prize of Brazilian Cinema.

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