Pedro Had a Horse


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Pedro Had a Horse.

While Pedro Américo denies having fabricated fake news, Paulo Setubal reveals the Emperor’s innermost secrets.


Daniel Nolasco was born in the city of Catalão, Brazil. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Cinema and Audiovisual from the Fluminense Federal University and in History from the Federal University of Goiás. He has written and directed more than 10 short films, screened and awarded at festivals all around the world. His first documentary feature film is Paulistas (2017). His second documentary, Mr. Leather (2019), was screened at festivals such as BAFICI, Frameline, Montreal International Documentary Festival, FicViña Viña del Mar. Dry Wind (2020), his first fiction feature film, premiered at the 70th Berlinale, and participated in more than 80 films festivals.


  • Title
    Pedro Had a Horse
  • Rights
  • Country
  • Year
  • Length
    24′, col.

  • Director
    Daniel Nolasco
  • Screenplay
    Daniel Nolasco
  • Editing
    Luciano Carneiro
  • Photography
    Larry Machado

  • Sound
    Artur Seidel, Guile Martins,
    Tothi dos Santos
  • Art Production and Costume Design
    Daniel Nolasco
  • Cast
    Guilherme Théo, Harry Lins, Conrado Helt, Renata Carvalho, Alexandre Mitre, Daniel Manhães, Geovaldo Souza

  • Producers
    Cecília Brito,
    Maju de Paiva
  • Co-Prducer
    Cosimo Santoro
  • Production
    Rensga Filmes,
    Lula e a Baleira
  • Co-Production
    The Open Reel

  • Festival Mix Brasil São Paulo 2023 – Brazilian Short Film Competition
  • For Rinbow Festival Fortaleza 2023 – International Short Film Competition
  • Mostra de Cinema de Tiradentes 2024 – Foco
  • XIX Panorama Coisas de Cinema Salvador de Bahia 2024 – National Competition
  • Wicked Queer Boston 2024
  • Zinentiendo Zaragoza 2024 – Short Film Competition

  • Festival Mix Brasil São Paulo – Best Screenplay Brazilian Short Film Competition
  • For Rinbow Festival Fortaleza – Best Acrting, Jury Critic Award International Short Film Competition
  • Porta Curta Prêmio Grande Otelo do Cinema Brasileiro 2024 – Candidate

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