In early 2020, Porto/Post/Doc resumes its partnership with the Doclisboa festival and presents 6.doc film cycle, which brings together premiered films in both Portuguese festivals. All sessions take place at Cinema Passos Manuel at 10 p.m..
The program includes the 2018 Porto/Post/Doc award-winning film, "The Kamagasaki Cauldron War" by Leo Sato, which will be screened on January 31 at 10 p.m., and also includes "Terra" by Hiroatsu Sukuzi and Rossana Torres, a film that won the 2018 edition of Doclisboa, which will be screened on January 25.
The cycle begins with the screening of Frederick Wiseman's documentary "Monrovia, Indiana" on January 16, followed by "The Silence of Others" by Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar and produced by Pedro Almodóvar, on the day after, January 17. This latter portrays the ongoing struggle of the resistance against the Franco dictatorship, accompanying victims and survivors of the regime.
On January 24, José Barahona's "Alma Clandestina" will be screened, and on January 30 it's time for "Greetings From Free Forests", by Ian Soroka.
General tickets cost 5 euros per session. For students, tickets cost only 2 euros.