Kiki Lavigne

Homero Olivetto

Kiki Lavigne has a BA in Anthropology and Cinema from New York University.


In 2002, she completed her MA in Media Studies specializing in management of media companies from the New School University.


She returned to Brazil in 2003, and for seven years she was the head of the domestic department of Columbia / Sony Pictures, where she participated in the development and co-production of outstanding Brazilian productions such as Dois Filhos de FranciscoMeu Nome Não é JohnnyMaior Amor do Mundo among other titles.


In 2012, she joined Conspiração Filmes, where she re-structured the department of development, working on a variety of projects that are now at the fundraising stage.


In September 2014, she made her debut as a producer on the feature film, Holy Biker. The film was one of the top 20 box office successes in 2016.


Kiki is currently developing six feature film projects in partnership with Film2B, and is part of the core creative team of the company.

Homero began his career as a director with Egonowhere, a short movie that won an award in the year 2000 at the São Paulo International Film Festival.


In 2003, along with Marcus Baldini, Homero directed the video and DVD that launched the career of the Brazilian singer Maria Rita, earning them a diamond DVD award.


Over the years, Homero has directed dozens of ad campaigns for many Brazilian and international brands. In 2009, he co-wrote the script for Bruna Surfistinha, with Antonia Pellegrino and José Carvalho. The film was released in Brazil, in February 2011 and it was viewed by over 2 million viewers. In 2012 the movie won the award for the best adapted screenplay at “O Grande Prêmio do Cinema Brasileiro”.

In 2013, Homero worked as an associate producer on the feature film Os Homens São de Marte e é Pra Lá Que Eu Vou with Biônica Filmes. In 2015 the movie won the award for the best feature film at“O Grande Prêmio do Cinema Brasileiro”.


In 2016, Homero made his debut as a feature film director shooting Holy Biker, a "neonordestern" picture, mixing elements of American Westerns, northeastern backlands of Brazil and pop culture.


In 2016 he also co-wrote Holy Biker with Patrícia Andrade and Newton Cannito, which won the Special Jury Prize under the First Features category at the 2016 Tallinn Film Festival.