About Pablo Gomes
Writer. Filmmaker. Storyteller.
Pablo Gomes is an independent filmmaker and journalist with 15 years of experience in the media production industry, spanning movies, television, theater, and digital marketing. He possesses a diverse portfolio of scripts for movies and television in Latin America.
Driven by a passion for storytelling, Pablo believes in giving a voice to everyone. He has dedicated his career to amplifying people and causes through his production company in the Washington, DC metro area. His focus lies in helping organizations, nonprofits, small businesses, and independent artists tell their stories and achieve their goals.
Born and raised in Maceio, Alagoas in Northeastern Brazil, Pablo Gomes moved to London at 18 to study at the London Academy of Film. Later, he pursued film studies at Universidade Gama Filho in Rio de Janeiro, learning under renowned Brazilian filmmaker Ruy Guerra. In addition, Pablo holds a Bachelor's degree in Journalism.
Pablo has contributed to numerous short films, starting with his documentary "Fishermen Talking" (2007), which shares the stories of fishermen. In 2009, he produced, wrote, acted in, and directed his first drama, the short film "Looking at the Sea" (2009).
From 2011 to 2016, Pablo served as the director of TVCOM Maceió, producing a weekly TV show focused on workers' struggles and overseeing other shows created by independent artists and media makers.
In 2012, Pablo released his first feature-length documentary, "The Legend of the Goatman."
Currently, Pablo has completed a screenplay for a project in Brazil that is in development. Additionally, he is working on his first feature-length musical.