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Bruno Centofanti is a Brazilian film director based in London.  He was awarded for his work with The Sunday Times Multimedia team for the Best Video Journalism Award in the 2011 Online Media Awards. Bruno has created video content for Clinique, Disney, St. Stephanus, The Sunday Times and the Institute oaf Contempory Arts to name a few, with work ranging from commercials, branded content, music videos, short films and editorial. Based in East London, he is happily developing two feature films evoking the use of transmedia at Another Word, the production company he founded in 2008. With a restless mind he is always looking for new opportunities to explore his creativity.


Culture Editorial Showreel
Client: The Sunday Times

All features produced, shot and edited by Bruno Centofanti.

Filming the talented Rhys Ifans recite Shakespeare was very interesting. I made two features with the inspiring ballerina Tamara Rojo which has made me see dance in a completely new light. JJ Abrams was fun too, especially since the film we were shooting was to promote ‘Super 8’ and we shot it using the Super 8 iPhone app.


Music Editorial Showreel
Client: The Sunday Times

All features produced, shot and edited by Bruno Centofanti. 

I love music, playing the guitar since a young age, so I relish the opportunity to tell musicians’ stories. According to Debbie Harry rock ‘n roll is alive and well, Kesha expressed a keen interest in strip clubs, James Blunt reckons he’s a real man and Snow Patrol were surprisingly humble about their achievements. I enjoyed going on tour with Tribes in Brighton, and shooting the Latitude Festival.


Travel Editorial Showreel
Client: The Sunday Times

All features produced, shot and edited by Bruno Centofanti. 

The documentary series I shot for The Sunday Times took me all over the world; from foraging for food in Cornwall to getting stuck in Cairo traffic jams and jetting off to Jamaica, where I filmed Chris Blackwell at James Bond’s home in ‘Golden Eye’. This was one of my favourite shoots.