Brazilian-born Thales Corrêa is an award-winning director and writer based in Los Angeles. He was consider for Emmy nomination with his short series POLY PEOPLE.
With humor, Corrêa explores layered international and LGBTQIA+ stories using Brazilian culture as a vehicle to navigate U.S. settings. Corrêa’s student feature BATHROOM STALLS & PARKING LOTS received distribution by Breaking Glass Pictures.
He’s a grant award winner of the NewNarratives Program from NewFilmmakers LA and WarnerMedia OneFifty for his new series DOGGY BANK – Corrêa builds on his roots by drawing inspiration from a Brazilian classic novel turning into and American comedic series engulfed in the sound of 70’s Tropicalia.
Corrêa attended from UCLA Film School and is a fellow of NALIP’s Emerging Creators Initiative. He’s been in the Second City Writing Workshop and is currently in UCB Los Angeles’ new troupe.