Originally from Brazil, EMERSON PINHEIRO (28) is a Writer / Director / Editor based in London.
He has worked on several projects including short films and directing his own feature film.
In early 2007 Emerson Pinheiro was involved in a game show called ‘Strangers’ produced by BBC Manchester.
In 2009 he started to write his 1st feature call "Spiritual Contact", a story of an 11 years old boy encounter with spirits and how he deals with this ‘gift’ that has been given to him.
In 2011 Emerson founded the newly formed production company ‘Atalaia Films’ with the hope of producing true life stories and giving people who have suffered or been through traumatic experiences a chance for their story to be heard.
As Film-maker "Spiritual Contact" is his 1st Feature Film, is a movie based on true facts.
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