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In September 2016, Brandon participated in the Swim for Life, a 2 mile swim across Cape Cod Bay to memorialize the lives lost in the Pulse Orlando nightclub shooting. The Swim for Life is an annual fundraiser in Provincetown, Ma which over the past 29 years has raised 4 million dollars for AIDS, Women's health and the community.  
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“Singing with Brandon was one of the most beautiful experiences. He is such an inspiration to me. I love fellow singers, and my friend, you truly are one.”

– Kristin Chenoweth


“Brandon Cordeiro makes a New York splash in The Night Larry Krammer Kissed Me”

“He is indefatigable!”

– The Berkshire Eagle


“Very strong comic force!”

– Lakeville Journal



– Music Intelligencer


“A strong voice and excellent characterization”

– Boston theatre Review


“Six supporting actors, led by the engaging Brandon Cordeiro, play multiple roles….his portrayal of the French Taunter, which is reminiscent of the character Agadore, the houseboy in the motion picture Bird Cage, is his most memorable.”

– Lakeville Journal


Towleroad: “...RIBBONS, Cordeiro's directorial debut, is a Poignant Elegy for Those Lost to AIDS, and a Pact Between Generations.”


Cape Cod Times: “Provincetown filmmaker shoots from the heart.”


Michael Cunningham – Pulitzer-prize winning author of The Hours:

“…It’s rare to see a film so subtly incendiary, so elegiac & provocative at the same time.  Here’s to Brandon Cordeiro’s new, brilliant career.”


Carson Kressley - Emmy-winning television star of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy & Ru Paul's Drag Race:

“ribbons provides a powerful connection to our past, don’t miss this intergenerational story with a lot of heart.”


Peter Staley – HIV/AIDS-LGBT rights activist, Primary figure in the Oscar-nominated documentary How to Survive a Plague:

“RIBBONS reminded me of when I strolled into the AIDS Quilt on the Washington Mall the first time it was displayed. This film left me feeling hopeful.” – “Some issues touch the soul so deeply words could never explain them. Filmmaker Brandon Cordeiro shows just that in his powerful short film.”


Provincetown Magazine – “…impressionistic…” One of “Seven Films Not To Miss” at P-town Intl. Film Festival

"...very moving and poetic...The film celebrates solidarity. The kind of film that weighs heavy on the heart."


To watch RIBBONS click HERE or watch the trailer bellow:
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