An exciting night at the Gramado Film Festival! Ailton Graça and Vera Holtz took home the highest honors at the awards ceremony held on Saturday (19). He won the Kikito Award for Best Actor for Mussum – O Filmis. She won the Best Actress title for Aunt Virginia.
Mussum, o filmis: Ailton Graça and Vera Holtz win the Kikito Award for Best Actors in Gramado
Both delighted and delighted the audience with their speeches, in the moment they moved Brazil channel and by globalplaythat showcased the award ceremony in its entirety.
The two took the stage together and exchanged a click! They didn’t skimp on praising each other: “I want to thank Ailton Graça for being by my side. He’s a special guy, folks. He’s such a happy, helpful person. I’m a big fan of him,” Vera.
Ailton reciprocated: “You have no idea… There are two very likable people inside of television. It’s Tony Ramos and Vera Holtz. You have no idea what it’s like to see this woman work with all of our collaborators,” he said.
Vera had the audience recite a poem by Mario de Quintana and drew attention by holding her award upside down. The quiquito, a traditional souvenir at the Gramado Film Festival, represents the sun. The actress justified this by saying that the sun shines everywhere. Surely she is, right?
Mussum, o filmis: Vera Holtz quotes a poem by Mario Quintana in her acceptance speech
On the other hand, Ailton couldn’t hold back his tears: “I’m a first,” said Ailton, who had never won an award in his career.
“I didn’t know what faith was when I chose to be an actor. In this community I was born into, I listened to TV in the huts next door. To me, everyone inside that box was black, because that’s how everyone in my neighborhood was,” he recalled.
Mussum, o filmis: Ailton Graça begins his speech of thanks as he sings to calm down
Ailton’s victory made Mussum’s children present at the Gramado Film Festival very emotional. Musunzinho could not stand it and his tears moved.
Directed by Silvio Guendan, “Musum – au Filmes” starred at the Gramado Film Festival. The feature film won the People’s Jury Prize. Look at the party the cast threw when they greeted Kikito:
Mussum, Filmes wins best popular film jury at the Gramado Film Festival
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