Dudu Miranda started his career in film in 1989. His first job was that of a camera assistant to the cinematographer Walter Carvalho on the feature HOW GREAT TO SEE YOU ALIVE by Lucia Murat (QUE BOM TE VER VIVA). He went on to work as Carvalho’s camera assistant on a number of films, as well as for several other cinematographers. Miranda progressed to a cinematographer on the short film NUMA BEIRA DE ESTRADA by Marcos Gutman in 1990, this was followed by several other shorts, documentaries, adverts and music videos.
Miranda’s first role as lead cinematographer on a feature came in 2006 on the documentary OLHAR ESTRANGEIRO by award winning writer/director Lucia Murat. For his work on the film O PAI, O, Dudu was nominated for an award at the Premio Contigo Cinema, Brazil (2007) for Best Cinematography. He subsequently worked on the award winning TV series of the same name. Miranda’s most recent role as cinematographer is on the film O BEM AMADO (2010) directed by the award winning Brazilian director Guel Arraes.