MARCELO SIQUEIRA (SICA)
He began his career in the audiovisual field at the age of 15. In 1998, as part of the Casablanca Group, he was invited to develop TeleImage, the group's entertainment nucleus, which would become the largest post-production company in Latin America. He pioneered the use of Digital Intermediation technology with the films O Auto da Compadecida and Gêmeas in 1999 and in 2001 he was again a pioneer in the use of HD technology throughout the production process of Xuxa and the Elves . Sica took to TeleImage the concept of 2k and 4k finishing. In 2010 he won the Brazilian Grand Prix for the visual effects of the feature film Besouro , by João Daniel Tikhomiroff and was nominated for the Goya Award (Spain) for the feature film LOPE , by Andrucha Waddington. In 2011, the year he took over the technical direction of Mistika, he competed again in the Brazilian Cinema Grand Prix, with the film Eu e Meu Guarda chuva by Tony Vanzolini. He was executive producer of the series "Camera Selvagem com Christian Dimitrius".2017 was the winner of the Grand Prix for the visual effects supervision of PequenoSegredo.
In 2019 was invited to do the supervision and effect production of the soap opera of 80 daily chapters Jezabel for Record Tv, managing a team of over 100 people on 75 were exclusive for visual effects, With over 15 nominations for the Grand Prix of Brazilian cinema in his career in 2019 was the winner with the film The Mystical Grand Circus of Carlos Diegues