Marcos Palmeira de Paula is a Brazilian actor. He is nephew of the siblings Chico Lupe Gigliotti. In 2013, he was nominated for an International Emmy Award for best actor in the series Mandrake. 2017 - Os Dias Eram Assim - Toni 2016 - Velho Chico - Cícero 2013 - O Canto da Sereia - Agostinho Matoso 2012 - Cheias de Charme - Sandro 2009 - Cama de Gato - Gustavo Brandão 2008 - Três Irmãs - Bento Rio Preto 2006 - Belíssima - Gilberto Moura 2003 - Celebridade - Fernando Amorim 2002 - Esperança - Zequinha 2001 - Porto dos Milagres - Gumercindo Vieira 1999 - Andando nas Nuves - Chico Mota 1998 - Torre de Babel - Alexandre Leme Toledo 1996 - Salsa e Merengue - Valentim 1995 - Irmãos Coragem - João Coragem 1993 - Renascer - João Pedro 1991 - Amazônia - Caio 1990 - Pantanal - Tadeu 1988 - Vale Tudo - Mário Sérgio 1968 - Copacabana Me Engana.... Direção Paulo Alberto Monteiro de Barros 1982 - O Segredo da Múmia.... Marcos Viana 1984 - Garota Dourada 1984 - Nunca Fomos Tão Felizes.... Estudante Interno 1984 - Memórias do Cárcere 1985 - Avaeté - semente da vingança 1986 - A Cor do seu Destino....
Raul 1986 - Fulaninha 1986 - Os Trapalhões e o Rei do Futebol 1986 - Trancado por Dentro.... Cadú 1987 - Ele, o Boto 1987 - Leila Diniz 1987 - Romance da Empregada 1987 - Um Trem para as Estrelas.... Jacaré 1988 - Dedé Mamata.... Alpino 1990 - Barrela: Escola de Crimes.... Tirica 1990 - Carnaval.... Beto 1990 - Stelinha.... Eurico 1991 - Vai Trabalhar, Vagabundo II - A Volta 1995 - Carlota Joaquina, princesa do Brazil.... D. Pedro I 1996 - Buena Sorte… Edgar 1997 - Anahy de las Misiones]]…Solano 1997 - O Amor Está no Ar.... Carlos Henrique 1998 - Como Ser Solteiro.... Julinho 2000 - Villa-Lobos - Uma Vida de Paixão.... Heitor Villa-Lobos 2001 - O Casamento de Louise.... Bugre 2003 - Dom.... Bentinho 2003 - Oswaldo Cruz - O Médico do Brasil.... Oswaldo Cruz 2007 - O Tablado e Maria Clara Machado 2007 - O Homem que Desafiou o Diabo.... Zé Araújo / Ojuara 2008 - A Mulher do meu Amigo.... Thales 2009 - Quase um Tango....... Batavo 2009 - Bela Noite para Voar.... Carlos Lacerda 2012 - E Aí... Comeu? 2013 - Vendo ou Alugo....
Jorge 2014 - Os Homens São de Marte... E É Pra Lá que Eu Vou]].... Tom 2014 - A Noite da Virada 2016 - The Jungle Book |Mogli - O Menino Lobo.... Balu 2006 - Mandrake - Mandrake 1981 - O Diamante do Grão Mongol 1982 - "Os Meninos da Rua Paulo" 1984 - "Maria Minhoca"… 1984 - "Chapetuba Futebol clube"… Zito 1986 - "Uma Lição Longe Demais" … Valente 1987 - "Ligações Perigosas" - Dansenir 1993 - "Othello" … othello 1999 - "Adão e Eva"… Adão 2000 - Mais Uma Vez Amor … Rodrigo 2007 - Auto de Anjicos … Lampião Marcos Palmeira on IMDb Official website
Running Out of Luck
Running Out of Luck is a 1987 American adventure film directed by Julien Temple and starring Mick Jagger. Mick is in Rio shooting a video, he is with his wife/girlfriend played by Jerry Hall. Mick performs Half a Loaf while the director played by Dennis Hopper screams and yells at Mick, drunk. Mick and Jerry Hall are trying to make each other jealous. Jerry starts making out with a cabana boy. Mick invites them to his trailer. On the way to the trailer, Mick starts feeling up the girls and realizes that they are not girls, the three female imposters beat up and rob Mick and throw him in the back of a truck. Jerry Hall leaves Rio alone and meets a rich man in first class while Mick has found himself lost in the countryside of Brazil, seeing mirages and going crazy from the heat. Mick is found by a plantation owner woman who puts him to work, she uses Mick as her sex slave. A truckload of prostitutes come to visit the plantation workers and Mick offers his shoes to a man, roughing up a prostitute played by Rae Dawn Chong.
Mick escapes the plantation by dressing up in drag and getting on the back of the truck when the prostitutes leave. They try to get money by cheating at a casino back in Rio, Mick got caught and thrown in jail. Rae helps him escape by drugging the warden and Mick goes back to London. Although everyone thinks Mick is dead, the press catch on to his return as he makes new music with a new band upstairs in a pub. Mick Jagger as Mick Rae Dawn Chong as Slave Girl Dennis Hopper as Video Director Jerry Hall as Herself Norma Bengell Grande Otelo Jim Broadbent Running Out of Luck on IMDb
Rio de Janeiro (state)
Rio de Janeiro is one of the 27 federative units of Brazil. It has the second largest economy of Brazil, with the largest being that of the state of São Paulo; the state of Rio de Janeiro is located within the Brazilian geopolitical region classified as the Southeast. Rio de Janeiro shares borders with all the other states in the same Southeast macroregion: Minas Gerais, Espírito Santo and São Paulo, it is bounded on the south by the South Atlantic Ocean. Rio de Janeiro has an area of 43,653 km2, its capital is the city of Rio de Janeiro, the capital of the Portuguese Colony of Brazil from 1763 to 1815, of the following United Kingdom of Portugal and the Algarves from 1815 to 1822, of independent Brazil as a kingdom and republic from 1822 to 1960. The archaic demonym meaning for the Rio de Janeiro State is "fluminense", taken from the Latin word flumen, meaning "river". Despite the fact "carioca" is a most ancient demonym of Rio de Janeiro's inhabitants, it was replaced by "fluminense" in 1783, when it was sanctioned as the official demonym of the Royal Captaincy of Rio de Janeiro, a few years after the City of São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro has become the capital city of the Brazilian colonies.
From 1783 and during the Imperial Regime, "carioca" remained only as a nickname by which other Brazilians called the inhabitants of Rio. During the first years of the Brazilian Republic, "carioca" was the name given to those who lived in the slums or a pejorative way to refer the bureaucratic elite of the Federal District. Only when the City of Rio lost its status as Federal District and became a Brazilian State when the capital was moved to Brasília earlier in 1960, "carioca" was made a co-official demonym with "guanabarino". In 1975, the Guanabara State was ended and extinct by President Ernesto Geisel becoming the present City of Rio de Janeiro and "carioca" was made the demonym of its municipality. Although "carioca" is not recognized as an official demonym of Rio de Janeiro State, Brazilians call the inhabitants of Rio de Janeiro in general as "cariocas", most of its inhabitants claim to be "cariocas". Nowadays, social movements like "Somos Todos Cariocas" have tried to achieve the official recognition of "carioca" as a co-official demonym of the Rio de Janeiro State.
The state's 22 largest cities are Rio de Janeiro, São Gonçalo, Duque de Caxias, Nova Iguaçu, Niterói, Campos dos Goytacazes, Belford Roxo, São João de Meriti, Petrópolis, Volta Redonda, Magé, Macaé, Itaboraí, Cabo Frio, Armação dos Búzios, Angra dos Reis, Nova Friburgo, Barra Mansa, Barra do Piraí, Teresópolis and Nilópolis. Rio de Janeiro is one of the smallest in Brazil, it is, the third most populous Brazilian state, with a population of 16 million of people in 2011 and has the third longest coastline in the country. In the Brazilian flag, the state is represented by the beta star in the Southern Cross. European presence in Rio de Janeiro is as old as Brazil itself, dating back to 1502. Rio de Janeiro originated from parts of the captainships of São Vicente. Between 1555 and 1567, the territory was occupied by the French, who intended to install a colony, France Antarctique. Aiming to prevent the occupation of the Frenchmen, in March 1565, the city of Rio de Janeiro was established by Estácio de Sá.
In the 17th century, cattle raising and sugar cane cultivation stimulated the city's progress, definitively assured when the port started to export gold extracted from Minas Gerais in the 18th century. In 1763, Rio de Janeiro became the capital of Colonial Brazil. With the flight of the Portuguese royal family from Portugal to Brazil in 1808, the region soon benefited from urban reforms to house the Portuguese. Chief among the promoted changes were: the transformation of agencies of public administration and justice, the creation of new churches, hospitals, the foundation of the first bank of the country - the Banco do Brasil - and the Royal Press, with the Gazette do Rio of Janeiro; the following years witnessed the creation of the Academia Real Militar. There followed a process of cultural enhancement influenced not only by the arrival of the Royal Family, but by the presence of European graphic artists who were hired to record the society and Brazilian natural features. During this same time, the Escola Real de Ciências, Artes e Ofícios was founded as well.
In 1834, the city of Rio de Janeiro was transformed into a "neutral city", remaining as capital of the state, while the captainships became provinces, with headquarters in Niterói, a neighboring city. In 1889, the city became the capital of the Republic, the neutral city became the federal district and the province a state. In 1894, Petrópolis became the capital of Rio de Janeiro, until 1902 when Niterói recovered its capital status. With the relocation of the federal capital to Brasília in 1960, the city of Rio de Janeiro became Guanabara State. Niterói remained the state capital for Rio de Janeiro state, while Rio de Janeiro served the same status for Guanabara. In 1975, the states of Guanabara and Rio de Janeiro were merged under the name of Rio de Janeiro, with the city of Rio de Janeiro as state capital; the symbols of the former State of Rio de Janeiro were preserved, while the symbols of Guanabara were kept by the city of Rio de Janeir
Hugo Carvana was a Brazilian film and television actor. He had appeared in 65 films since 1955. Os Cafajestes Os Fuzis O Bravo Guerreiro Entranced Earth Antonio das Mortes Pindorama The Seven Headed Lion All Nudity Shall Be Punished Tati A Queda Tenda dos Milagres Avaete, Seed of Revenge God Is Brazilian The Greatest Love of All Hugo Carvana on IMDb
Francisco "Chico" Díaz Rocha is a Mexican-born Brazilian actor. Francisco Díaz Rocha was born in Mexico City, he is the son of Juan Díaz Bordenave, a Paraguayan journalist and pedagogue, Maria Cândida, a Brazilian translator. He was raised in Rio de Janeiro, where their parents decided to live in 1968, he was married to actress Cecília Santana. He is married to actress Sílvia Buarque, with whom he has a daughter called Irene. Gabriela, Cravo e Canela Quilombo Avaete, Seed of Revenge The Man in the Black Cape Where the River Runs Black The Third Bank of the River Perfumed Ball Força de um Desejo Mango Yellow The Forest América Sonhos de Peixe Paraíso Tropical A Favorita O Contador de Histórias Gabriela Chico Díaz on IMDb
Rede Globo, or Globo, is a Brazilian free-to-air television network, launched by media proprietor Roberto Marinho on 26 April 1965. It is owned by media conglomerate Grupo Globo. Globo is the largest commercial TV network in Latin America and the second-largest commercial TV network of the world just behind the American ABC Television Network and the largest producer of telenovelas. Globo is headquartered in the Jardim Botânico neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro, where its news division is based; the network's main production studios are located at a complex dubbed Estudios Globo, located in Jacarepaguá, in the same city. Globo is composed of 5 owned-and-operated television stations and 119 affiliates throughout Brazil plus its own international networks, Globo TV International and TV Globo Portugal. In 2007, Globo moved its analog operations to high-definition television production for digital broadcasting. Rede Globo is one of the largest media companies in the world, produces around 2,400 hours of entertainment and 3,000 hours of journalism per year in Brazil.
Through its network, the broadcaster covers 98.6% of Brazil's territory. Recognized for its production quality, the company has been presented with 14 international Emmys; the international operations of Globo include seven pay-per-view television channels and a production and distribution division that distributes Brazilian sports and entertainment content to more than 190 countries around the world. In Brazil, Globo TV presently reaches 99.5% of potential viewers the entire Brazilian population, with 136 broadcasting stations that deliver programming to more than 183 million Brazilians. The network has been responsible for the 20 most-watched TV programs broadcast on Brazilian television, including Avenida Brasil, a 2022 record-breaking telenovela that reached 50 million viewers and was sold to 130 countries. In July 1964, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro approved a request by Radio Globo to establish a television channel. On 30 December 1957, the National Council of Telecommunication published a decree which granted a channel in Rio de Janeiro to TV Globo Ltda.
Globo started preparing the beginning of its television broadcasting operations. Globo began broadcasting on 1 January 1965 in Rio de Janeiro on channel four; that same day, at about 10:45 a.m. Rubens Amaral formally introduced Rede Globo to viewers in Rio de Janeiro, all over Guanabara State, with the song "Moon River" by Henry Mancini at the start of the children's show, Uni Duni Te. By May of that same year, the live telecast of the Holy Mass, which became its longest running and oldest program, was seen for the first time; the following year, Globo purchased another television station, São Paulo-based TV Paulista, expanding its operations and beginning to dominate national television ratings. In January 1966, Globo broadcast its first major news coverage on flooding in Rio de Janeiro. Jornal da Globo, another trademark show for the network, was the successor to Ultranoticias, the network's first news program that ran until 1964, it featured a broadcast time of 30 minutes and was hosted by Hilton Gomez and Luis Jatoba.
In 1967, Globo began to build its national network with the affiliation of Porto Alegre-based TV Gaúcha. TV Gaúcha would become Globo's affiliate in Florianopolis in the late 1970s, when it received its current name, it is one of Globo's oldest affiliates, active since 1962. Uberlândia's TV Triângulo and Goiânia's TV Anhanguera soon followed in 1967 and 1968; the now extinct TV Guajará, based in Belém, was launched in 1969, was followed by TV Verdes Mares the following year. 1968 was the year in which Globo's branch station in Belo Horizonte, TV Globo Minas, was launched. On 1 September 1969, the country and national television broadcasting changed with the premiere of Jornal Nacional, the nation's first live newscast anchored by Cid Moreira and Hilton Gomez, its theme music, "The Fuzz" by Frank DeVol, became one of the show's trademarks, together with the program logo and the "Boa Noite" closing established by the hosts. Its success was followed by the launch of Jornal Hoje on 21 April 1971, the same day in which its Brasilia station was inaugurated.
The program was shown on the Rede Globo Rio de Janeiro flagship station until 1974 when it became a nationwide midday newscast. It broadcast its first FIFA World Cup in 1970, the same year in which the Rede Excelsior network closed down, absorbed by Globo; the network's famous Plim-Plim interval sound debuted that year. The network's 1976 broadcasting scheduling process developed the Padrão Globo de Qualidade: two soap operas, followed by Globo Repórter newscasts, one to two more drama shows or cinema, comedy programming and others; the process was led by Walter Clark and Jose Bonifacio de Olivera Sobrinho in 1960, when Rede Excelsior was launched. The network's audience share increased in the late 1970s clinching the top ratings spot of Brazil television; this was the reason Silvio Santos, one of the network's original variety show presenters since 1965, backed out of Globo, moved his 11-year-old program to Rede Tupi, while putting up his own network, TVS in the process the next year bringing his own show there.
In the process, it would continue the first nationwide variety show telecast t
Bye Bye Brazil
Bye Bye Brazil is a 1979 Brazilian-French-Argentine film, directed by Carlos Diegues. Locations for the film include Belém and Altamira in the state of Pará, Maceió, the capital of Alagoas state, the national capital Brasília; the "Caravana Rolidei" is a traveling show made up of a magician, Lorde Cigano, the exotic dancer Salomé, the mute strongman Swallow, who drives their van into a small town along the Rio São Francisco. They perform in the town. Afterwards a local accordion player, Ciço, begs Lorde Cigano to let him join them, Lorde Cigano does, they go to Maceió to see the ocean, fail to find any business. The caravan leaves town, bringing with them Ciço and his pregnant wife Dasdô, they arrive at the next town only to find everyone watching the new invention, television, in a public area. After attempting and failing to convince the audience to stop watching, Lorde Cigano pretends to use magic to blow up the TV; the townspeople force them to leave. At a gas station, Swallow arm wrestles a truck driver for money as part of a bet.
After losing multiple times, the truck driver tells Lorde Cigano that he has come from Altamira, which he describes as a new El Dorado, a place of riches where no one can spend their money. Driving into a small town, they learn from another traveling performer who screens films that the town has not received rain in over two years; the traveling performer tells the group that the community has no money, that they pay to watch his films with food and other odd possessions. As the sun sets, Ciço enters Salomé's tent with lust in his eyes. Salomé proceeds to put on the two make love. Dasdô is aware of the whole encounter, while she is not pleased with Ciço, she doesn't seem upset either. Lorde Cigano decides to take the group to Altamira. On the drive, Dasdô gives birth; as the group navigates through dense jungle with a long, straight dirt road, the camera focuses on a dead armadillo on the side of the roadway. The armadillo, in combination with dying trees in the backdrop, give the viewer a sense that the jungle is dying due to the white man's presence.
The Caravana Rolidei finds a group of Indians. They can not make a living in the jungle anymore because of the white men bringing death. Lorde Cigano agrees to take them for a price. Upon arriving at Altamira, they find that the city is highly developed and is not rural like they believed. Attempting to earn money, Lorde Cigano has Swallow wrestle another strongman, betting the troupe's truck. Losing the bet and their mode of transportation, Lorde Cigano asks Salomé to temporarily go to work as a prostitute, to get them out of this jam; that night, Swallow leaves the group, Lorde Cigano has sex with Dasdô. The next morning, Salomé comes back with money from working as a prostitute. Lorde Cigano splits the money, tells Ciço to leave with his wife. Ciço refuses to leave. Ciço volunteers Dasdô to work in the whorehouse without so much as asking her, Lorde Cigano tells him he will have to tell his wife. Upon arriving in the next town and ending up at a bar, a man tries to go out with Dasdô. Ciço stops him, pushes him away.
Salomé ends up going and having sex with the man, Ciço states that he will take the bus to Brasília with Dasdô. The next morning however, he is outside Salomé's hotel room, he states that he won't go to Brasília, confesses his eternal love for Salomé. Lorde Cigano, however loses his patience with Ciço, punches him multiple times, knocking him out, wheels him out and onto the bus. Ciço and Dasdô end up taking the bus down to a small home in Brasília; some time we see Ciço and Dasdô performing onstage in a small club with a band. Ciço hears the sound of a loudspeaker, goes outside to see a much more modern truck with neon lights, the new "Caravana Rolidey", driven by Salomé with Lorde Cigano in the passenger seat. Lorde Cigano asks Ciço and Dasdô to rejoin them, tells him that they are going inland to bring civilization, telling them that the innermost area has never seen anything like them. Ciço declines and Lorde Cigano returns to the van, he and Salomé drive off along a highway; the movie has a thematic richness, not obvious to the non-Brazilian viewer.
The region depicted is northeastern Brazil, a poor region, to Brazil something like a combination of the dry midwest and the folkloric South of the United States. It is a region, they are in the sertão, a word for which there is no exact translation in any language, but "the backlands", far from a city. Country music in Brazil is sertão music, "música sertaneja”; the navigable São Francisco River, at the movie's opening, is Brazil's largest river outside the Amazon watershed, the longest river in Brazil. It is culturally in Brazil something like the Mississippi is in the U. S. Another major river, the Xingu appears. There are a number of shots of rivers, a ferry - the boats and ferry old, not pretty, utilitarian; this is the past — river transportation. Modern transportation is via highways. A major theme is the expansion of modern civilization, from the northeast into the west, into the adjacent Amazon jungle. We see a bulldozer, television antennae are discussed — into the jungle, building highways, destroying native cultures.