Andrew "Andrucha" Waddington is a Brazilian film director and screenwriter. His several film credits include “Me You Them”, Mention spéciale of Un Certain Regard in Cannes, an Official Selection of Toronto and Sundance Film Festivals, Brazil’s official entry to the Oscars - Best Foreign Language Film - and winner, Best Film, at Karlovy Vary and Cartagena Film festivals. Moreover, he directed and produced the TV Globo/ Conspiração drama series “Under Pressure”, which got rave reviews and skyrocket ratings, he directed and produced the Brazilian blockbuster “Party Crashers”, the biopic “Chacrinha – O Velho Guerreiro“, the thriller “The Loss” and theatrical film documentaries as “Gilberto Gil – Viva São João”, “Maria Bethania-Pedrinha de Aruanda” and "André Midani - from vinyl to download". Andrucha Waddington has been a partner at Conspiração Filmes since 1995. Paralamas em Close Up Gêmeas Eu Tu Eles Outros Bárbaros Os Paralamas do Sucesso - Longo Caminho Gilberto Gil: Tempo Rei Viva São João!
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Strophostyles umbellata known as the pink fuzzybean or perennial wild bean, is a species of perennial flowering plant in the family Fabaceae. It is native to woods in the southeastern and central United States, it blooms from June to September. This species is best distinguished from its congeners by its thick straight keel petal, held close to the banner petal, it uniquely possesses a perennial, branched caudex at its base. It is most similar morphologically to S. helvola, the differences being that S. helvola has a much thinner keel, curving away more from the banner petal throughout its length. Its leaf morphology can be variable, ranging from the lobed panduriform shape typical of Strophostyles helvola, to the thin, lanceolate leaf typical of S. leiosperma. S. Umbellata individuals tend to be scattered from one another, which combined with self-incompatibility, can contribute to their observed low pod set. Like S. helvola, its seeds possess a cellular, waxy coating, which may aide in buoyancy and water dispersal