Portuguese production highlighted

by Porto/Post/Doc / 12 11 2018

Every year, the section Cinema Falado is aimed at revealing films spoken in Portuguese. In 2018, Porto/Post/Doc presents a heterogeneous selection, which, on the one hand, enters into direct dialogue with the universe of the visual arts, and, on the other hand, approaches specific aspects of Portuguese culture: from Paulo Branco to preserves and fishermen.

Porto/Post/Doc presents in this section Daniel Blaufuks's world premiere of Levantados do Chão. The director and visual artist will be present to present the session which also includes the international premiere of Juderein. The transdisciplinarity of the authors extends to other films and sessions of the section: Sombra Luminosa, by Mariana Caló and Francisco Queimadela, Extinção by Salomé Lamas, On Remote Places by Rui Manuel Vieira, and O Laboratório, also by Rui Manuel Vieira in partnership with Fernando José Pereira.

Also noteworthy for the world premiere of Portugal Tem Lata, documentary by Rui Pregal da Cunha, about the canning industry in Portugal, and for Terra Franca, by the Portuguese director Leonor Teles.

Geni (world premiere) and Chico Fininho are both eyes on the city of Porto but at different times: the first most current and the second shot in the 80's, with Vítor Norte as the protagonist. A room replacement story for the city and the one for Portuguese music.

Deux, trois fois Branco, Boris Nicot documentary about the Portuguese producer Paulo Branco, will also be screened under the section Cinema Falado. In fact, Paulo Branco will be present at the Real Forum to discuss the film production on November 28.

Porto/Post/Doc takes place between November 24 and December 2 at Teatro Municipal do Porto - Rivoli, Cinema Passos Manuel, Cinema Trindade, Planetário do Porto - Centro Ciência Viva, Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto and Escola das Artes – UCP.

The 2018 edition of Porto/Post/Doc has the support of Câmara Municipal do Porto, ICA - Instituto do Cinema e Audiovisual – Ministério da Cultura, CVRVV - Vinho Verde, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Acción Cultural Española - AC/E, Cinemateca Portuguesa - Museu do Cinema and ArtWorks. 

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