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Fernando Grostein Andrade, or Fernando Andrade (born January 30, 1981 in São Paulo) is a Brazilian filmmaker, director, producer, screenwriter and director of photography. He is known for the documentaries Wandering Heart, with Caetano Veloso, and Quebrando o Tabu, featuring Fernando Henrique Cardoso, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter which discusses alternatives to the failed war on drugs. That same documentary was later on adapted for European and US audiences by Richard Branson, narrated by Morgan Freeman, called Breaking the Taboo. Andrade is also known for his prolific work in advertisement, filming over 100 campaigns for clients such as Coca-Cola, Mitsubishi Motors, Pfizer and Nestle. In 2009, he founded the production house Spray Filmes. Located in the Jardins neighborhood in São Paulo, Spray Filmes acts in the realm of film of advertising, entertainment and is the incubator of NWB, a startup that manages big internet channels, including the biggest Brazilian soccer channel on Facebook, Desimpedidos. Recently Fernando directed some of the episodes of the Carcereiros series, in a co-production between Spray Filmes, Globo and Gullane, who won the MIPDrama Screenings 2017. In parallel to the series, the director is also working on a documentary called Vida de Carcereiro, which served as a research to the development of the series.
Andrade is the son of PhD urbanist Marta Dora Grostein and journalist Mario Escobar de Andrade, director of Playboy magazine in Brazil, who died in 1991. He is brother, on his mother's side, of the TV host Luciano Huck.
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