Viviane Ferreira is the President of SPCine. She is also Brazilian director, screenwriter, producer, a lawyer and an activist of the Black movement and founder of Odun Filmes. She is also president and co-founder of the Brazilian Association of Black Audiovisual Professionals.
Born in the periphery, she combines her education as a lawyer and as a filmmaker through Black activism. She participated in the youth collective of Ceafro (an organization of Black women in Salvador), and was president of the Associação Mulheres de Odun, an organization for Black feminism, until 2017
Viviane was born in the neighborhood of Coqueiro Grande, Salvador, Bahia. She moved to Sao Paulo at the age of 19 and has been living there since. She graduated in Film at the Stanislavsky Film School and Institute and in Law at the Universidade Paulista – UNIP, specializing in Public Law with focus on Copyright. She did her master’s in Communication and Culture Policies at the University of Brasilia.
We are proud of you Viviane, Congratulations!!