LOS ANGELES, July 30, 2013 /CNW/ - Brazilian editor Luiz Schiel is
announcing the new web series, Tá Pronto, a cooking show that will
cover both Brazilian and American cuisine. Schiel is hosting and
editing the series, which is expected to begin shooting in August and
will release in October on the YouTube channel, www.youtube.com/taprontobr
Each episode will focus on preparing authentic Brazilian or American
food and will feature guest chefs and media personalities who will
perform recipes step by step.
Brazilian TV reporter Felipe Andreoli, known from the award winning
comedy news series Custe o Que Custar (Whatever the Cost), will serve
as guest chef for the pilot episode. Brazilian style pancakes with
sugar cane are first up on the show's menu.
"We want to make everything fun to watch for teenagers and adults who
will want to cook at home," Schiel said. "I will probably do a lot of
color correcting, dynamic after effects and cutting. We want to make
this food beautiful to watch and make the audience want to eat it."
Season one will have a 12-episode run. The first six episodes are
scheduled to shoot in Brazil and the remaining six episodes are to be
filmed in the U.S.
Eduardo Zorzatto and Julia Pereira, editors for Rede Bandeirantes de
Televisão, are partnering with Schiel to produce Tá Pronto.
"It will be awesome to be part of this team, producing this new
project," Zorzatto said. "I am very happy to work with Luiz Schiel and
one thing that you can expect is great editing, making every episode of
this first season fantastic. I am a big fan of his editing style,
always with a refined sense of art, design and rhythm."
Schiel, one of Brazil's top film and TV editors, is known for editing
the TV news series, Legendários, for Rede Record de Televisão.
Legendários won the Best Web Show award at the Brazilian Youth Awards
and is broadcast in 280 different countries and online.
Schiel's other editing credits include the Rede Bandeirantes de
Televisão shows Deu Olé, Dia Dia and Zoo. He's also edited for
MootsaTV!, SneakersBR, Carnaval 2013, O Aprendiz (The Apprentice) and
New Kids on the Blog.
Schiel attended film school at the University Anhembi Morumbi and the
New York Film Academy, where he edited the short films, Rubik, OCD, Exit, Self, Woman and Positive.
SOURCE: Luiz Schiel