The 21st Grand Prix of Brazilian Cinema: See what celebrities looked like at the event!

The 21st Grand Prix of Brazilian Cinema: See what celebrities looked like at the event!

Today there is an audiovisual party! a The 21st Grand Prix of Brazilian Cinema This Wednesday, 08/10, it brings together artists, producers and directors at the Cidade das Artes, in Rio de Janeiro.

The guests went to the dress and showed all the elegance with a glamorous look.

Bruno Gagliasso and Giovanna Eubank were the most excited about the event. The actors posed for photos and bet on a mix of red and black, in a monochromatic look. Geo was at Hugo Boss and Bruno bet on the suit with a mohawk look.

Bruno Gagliasso and Giovanna Ewbank: monochrome look for the 21st Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix – Photo: Pyetra Santos/Gshow

Giovanna Eubank: The monochromatic look of the Brazilian Film Award – Photo: Pyetra Santos/Gshow

Carol Castro also looked good in her slit dress and showed that a little black look is always glamorous! With the right snippets, I made sure to show every detail.

Carol Castro: black dress with slits and slits – Photo: Pyetra Santos / Gshow

Carol Castro: Back neckline and detailing at the Brazilian Film Awards – Photography: Elaine Soares

Camila Pitanga, one of the event hosts, used and abused glitter and created a kind of modern pixie style.

Camila Pitanga at the Brazilian Film Awards show: Look Shine – Photo: Elaine Soares

Camila Pitanga: Details – Photo: Elaine Soares

Soon, the actress took pictures with Silvero Pereira. The look of the two complements each other and has the same shades of gold.

Silvero Pereira and Camila Pitanga: Hug at the start of the event – Photo: Elaine Soares

Silvero Pereira and Camila Pitanga at the Brazilian Grand Prix of Cinema: they sound the same – Photo: Elaine Soares

Karen Tellis wore a red dress with sneakers, giving a “break” in the more formal style.

Karen Telles at the 2022 Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix – Photo: Pyetra Santos/Gshow

Bárbara Paz chose a white jacket with a tie. About the look, she commented:

“I need peace. The world needs peace and clarity. I’m at a point with myself where I’m fine. I was wearing a lot of black and felt the need to wear white.”

Barbara Paz at Cidade das Artes, in Rio de Janeiro – Photo: Pyetra Santos/Gshow

The actress took pictures and then went to chat with friends.

Barbara Paz on the red carpet – Photo: Elaine Soares

Bruno Galiaso and Barbara Paz meet at the Brazilian Film Award – Photo: Pyetra Santos/Gshow

Actress Claudia Abreu was also the one who smiled for the photo shoot.

Claudia Abreu at the 21st Grand Prix of Brazilian Cinema – Photo: Elaine Soares

Valentina Herszage wore a black dress – long and glossy – and wore crimson lipstick.

Valentina Herzag at the 21st Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix – Photo: Pyetra Santos/Gshow

Another couple who were very close are Vladimir Prishta and Adriana Esteves. Elegant and elegant in black. Color dominated the red carpet.

Vladimir Brechta and Adriana Esteves at the Brazilian Grand Prix of Cinema – Photo: Elaine Soares

Adriana Estevez at the Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix – Photo: Elaine Soares

Ricardo and Francesca Pereira at the Grand Prix of Brazilian Cinema – Photo: Elaine Soares

Deborah Falabella bet on accessories and made her green suit even more elegant.

Deborah Falabella at the Brazilian Grand Prix of Cinema – Photography: Elaine Soares

The event will receive 32 awards and honors for film productions

This year’s event honored film productions as well as the 60th anniversary of “O Pagador de Promessas”. The film, directed by Anselmo Duarte and based on the work of Dias Gomez, is the only Brazilian film to win the Palme d’Or, a feat that triumphed at the 1962 Cannes Film Festival.

Tonight, 32 prizes will be awarded in three main categories: a feature film, a short film and an independent Brazilian series. Gshow has been there and tells you everything! Let’s take a look at the night!

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