Estúdio CRUA is a studio based in São Paulo, Brazil, that produces documentary films and transmedia projects connecting new media and social impact.
The most recent productions of CRUA DOCS includes the project “The Sound of Bells”, which has pioneered the use of new technologies combined with documentary production to promote Brazilian cultural heritage. The transmedia project Sound of the Bells has won the 29th Rodrigo Melo Franco de Andrade award, the main award in promotion and preservation of the Cultural Heritage of Brazil, given by the National Historic and Artistic Heritage Institute. The studio founders Marcia Mansur e Marina Thomé have over 15 years of experience in documentary and multimedia production. The studio also organizes research labs for the creation of multiplatform storytelling and interactive documentaries