The film A Story of Love and Fury (Portuguese: Uma História de Amor e Fúria) is a 2013 Brazilian animated drama film written and directed by Luiz Bolognesi. It won the 28th Animation Festival of Annecy Winner for Best Picture in 2013.
This award-winning animation highlights a 600-year love between an immoral tribal warrior and his goddess, following them through four phases of Brazilian history: colonization, slavery, the Military Regime, and the year 2096 when the world was at war for water.
Meanwhile, Trinta is a 2014 biopic movie, directed by Paulo Machline. Based on true events, Trinta tells the backstage story of Joãosinho Trinta, a self taught artist and frustrated ballet dancer who revolutionized Rio de Janeiro’s carnival parade in the 70’s becoming one of Brazil's most innovative artists of all time.