Eliane Brum is a journalist, writer and documentary. She has worked as a reporter for “Zero Hora” and as special reporter for “Época” magazine. She has been awarded with more than 40 national and international prizes, such as Esso, Vladimir Herzog, Ayrton Senna, Sociedade Interamericana de Imprensa and Rei da Espanha. She published three reporting books: “Coluna Prestes: o avesso da lenda” (Artes e Ofícios, 1994), “A Vida Que Ninguém Vê” (Arquipélago Editorial, 2006) and “O Olho da Rua – uma repórter em busca da literatura da vida real” (Globo, 2008). In 2011, she released her first novel, “Uma Duas” (LeYa Brasil), and, in Italy, the book “Dignidade” (Feltrinelli), an international book that celebrates 40 years of Doctor Without Borders. In 2013, she released “A menina quebrada” (Arquipélago Editorial), a selection of her best editorials for “Época” magazine website. As a documentary, her debut film, “Uma história Severina” (2005), has been awarded with 17 national and international prizes of best documentary, script and popular choice. In 2010, she release “Gretchen Filme Estrada” (Mixer), selected to participate of IDFA (International Documentary Film Festival of Amsterdam). Currently, she writes for “El País” and is dedicated to books, special reports and documentaries.