Leonardo Mouramateus (b. 1991, Brazil) is filmmaker and screenwriter whose films foster a permanent contact with dance, literature and visual arts. Directed Fui à Guerra e não te Chamei (2010), Dias em Cuba (2011), Europa (2011) and Charizard (2012), presented and awarded in national and international festivals like Semana dos Realizadores (Rio de Janeiro), Santa Maria da Feira (PT) and Toulouse (FR). Mauro em Caiena (2012) won the best short film award at the 35th edition of the Cinema du Reel, Paris, and at 11th Doclisboa. Lição de Esqui (2013), co-directed with Samuel Brasileiro, won the awards for best screenplay and best short fiction of the 46th Festival de Brasília, and was presented at Indielisboa. In 2013 he was invited to install three of his short films at 1st FotoBienalMasp at the Museum of Art of São Paulo - MASP. His films contribute as an object of research for many brazilian theorists like Sylvia Beatriz Furtado and Denilson Lopes. Now, frequents the master studies of Arte Multimédia, in the Fine Arts of Lisbon University and develops the project of his first feature film called "A Pista de Dança".