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21st Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix: see the looks of the celebrities at the event! | fashion & beauty

Today there was an audiovisual party! O 21st Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix took place this Wednesday, 08/10, and brought together artists, producers and directors at Cidade das Artes, in Rio de Janeiro.

The guests went to the gown and showed all the style in charming looks.

Bruno Gagliasso and Giovanna Ewbank were the sensation couple of the event. The actors posed for the photos and bet on the combination of red and black, in monochromatic looks. Gio was in Hugo Boss and Bruno bet on the suit with the Mohawk look.

Bruno Gagliasso and Giovanna Ewbank: monochromatic looks for the 21st Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix — Photo: Pyetra Santos/ Gshow

Giovanna Ewbank: monochromatic look for the Brazilian Cinema Award — Photo: Pyetra Santos/ Gshow

Carol Castro also looked good with her ‘slit’ dress and showed that a little black look always has its charm! With the right to clippings, she made a point of showing all the details.

Carol Castro: black dress with cutouts and slits — Photo: Pyetra Santos/Gshow

Carol Castro: back neckline and details at the Brazilian Cinema Award — Photo: Ellen Soares

Camila Pitanga, one of the presenters of the event, used and abused the shine and made a kind of modern fairy style.

Camila Pitanga at the Brazilian Cinema Award presentation: look with sparkles — Photo: Ellen Soares

Attention to hair accessories:

Camila Pitanga: details — Photo: Ellen Soares

Soon after, the actress took pictures with Silvero Pereira. The looks of the two complemented each other and had the same shades of gold.

Silvero Pereira and Camila Pitanga: hug at the beginning of the event — Photo: Ellen Soares

Silvero Pereira and Camila Pitanga at the Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix: looks in the same tones — Photo: Ellen Soares

Karine Teles wore a red dress with sneakers, which gave a ‘break’ in the more formal style.

Karine Teles at the 2022 Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix — Photo: Pyetra Santos/Gshow

Bárbara Paz opted for a white blazer with a bow tie. About the look, she commented:

“I need peace. The world is in need of peace and clarity. I’m in a phase with myself where I’m fine. I wore a lot of black and felt the need to wear white.”

Bárbara Paz at Cidade das Artes, in Rio de Janeiro — Photo: Pyetra Santos/Gshow

The actress posed for the photos and then went to chat with friends.

Bárbara Paz on the red carpet — Photo: Ellen Soares

Bruno Gagliasso and Bárbara Paz meet at the Brazilian Cinema Award — Photo: Pyetra Santos/Gshow

Another who posed smiling for the photos was actress Cláudia Abreu.

Claudia Abreu at the 21st Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix — Photo: Ellen Soares

Valentina Herszage wore a black dress – long and shiny – and wore a vermilion lipstick.

Valentina Herszage at the 21st Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix — Photo: Pyetra Santos/ Gshow

Another couple who posed together was Vladimir Brichta and Adriana Esteves. Chic and elegant in black. In fact, the color dominated the red carpet.

Vladimir Brichta and Adriana Esteves at the Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix — Photo: Ellen Soares

Adriana Esteves at the Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix — Photo: Ellen Soares

Wagner Moura insisted on taking his wife and child.

Wagner Moura attended the 21st Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix with his wife and son — Photo: Ellen Soares

Ricardo and Francisca Pereira at the Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix — Photo: Ellen Soares

Débora Falabella bet on accessories and made her green suit even more stylish.

Debora Falabella at the Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix — Photo: Ellen Soares

Showing that she follows the Barbiecore trend, Isabella Santoni went all in pink.

Isabella Santoni: pink look with bow — Photo: Ellen Soares

The bow on the dress caught the eye!

Isabella Santoni: bow drew attention at the Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix — Photo: Ellen Soares

Nathália Dill: flowing dress with coat and boots — Photo: Ellen Soares

Event: 32 awards and tribute to women filmmakers

The event this year honored women film producers and also the 60th anniversary of the film “O Pagador de Promessas”. The feature, directed by Anselmo Duarte and based on the work of Dias Gomes, is the only Brazilian feature film to win the Palme d’Or, a feat conquered at the Cannes Film Festival in 1962.

Tonight, 32 awards were given out, in three major categories: feature film, short film and independent Brazilian series.

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