Querosene Filmes

Querosene Films is a production company that brings the expertise of its two partners, João Queiroz and Justine Otondo, that combine the capacity of management and financial experience with the skills of international production management. The company’s objective is to create, develop, produce and help release original content that is commercially viable. Within its first six years of experience, Querosene has produced, co-produced and/or released 6 feature-films, with another 5 projects currently in development.

Justine Otondo

Began her career as a producer in New York where she lived for three years. Since then, signed the production of a series of documentaries and feature films, such as: "13 Minutes", "Black August Hip Hop Saved”, "Pixote In Memoriam” and “El Pasado", both with Hector Babenco; "Linha de Passe", from Walter Salles e Daniela Thomas; “Augustas”, from Francisco César Filho; "Jean Charles", from Henrique Goldman; and "Bruna Surfistinha", from Marcus Vinícius Baldini.

João Queiroz

With over 9 years of experience in the entertainment industry, he was marketing director of Universal Pictures Brazil for three years, before being promoted to International Marketing Direction, responsible for launching campaigns to all the movies for the entire world, except U.S. and Canada. Highlight for King Kong, the biggest commercial success of Universal until then. Before leaving the company to open its own production company, he held the position of Vice President of Marketing and Strategy.