Anjo: Lisbon, another blistering summer, parties, old passions and deep jadedness.
During a summer vacation, a young couple deals with an unexpected pregnancy in Mariana’s Late.
In an apartment in Lisbon, Marta takes care of her newborn daughter while convalescing from childbirth. In these first days they receive visits from family and friends. As they get involved in the intimacy of her home they start narrating stories about marriage, childbirth, first jobs, expectations and plans for the future.
In Strange-Map, the director leads us in a personal trip around the eight houses he has lived in and the act of roaming itself.
The director remembers several of the his beloved family members who have deceased: The Dead.
Luminous Shadow: a hypnotic reflection on José de Guimarães International Arts Centre past shows.
Ghost Stories is a tryptic on the representation of the human face, either on a screen or in a canvas.
In a Foreign Country is the “cinematographic transcription” of a Herberto Hélder’scensured text.
Bullet Points for a Revolution is inspired by Gonçalo M. Tavares’ O Torcicologologista, Excelência, where dance, performance and word games come together.
Fortune tells the tale of people who have disappeared at Arrabida’s natural park.
Via is an experimental animation that crosses roads and veins, cities and neurons.
Chaotic animated adaptation of Orson Welles’ War of the Worlds using a trashy collage technique.
A man and a child meet under a tree on a river bank, sharing the same memory and a secret. They find in each other the serenity, the silence and the time they lost in the flowing water of the river. The first fiction feature film by André Gil Mata, shot in 16mm film, in Bosnia during the peak of winter.
Self Destructive Boys is a direct stare into masculine interaction as we follow three boys testing the limits of their sexual flexibility.
Shot entirely in the USA, Sleepwalk portrays a cowboy looking sheriff who will do anything for a special kind of pie.
The Great Attractor is a musical assembly of Prelinger archive materials about deep space and infancy.
Russa is a woman who returns to her old Porto neighborhood and still remembers the towers that were demolished.
Paulo works as a night guard in a building site. He lost his daughter in dramatic circumstances and no regret would ever give him a sense of closure. He often sleeps in his lover’s house where he witnesses the repeated transgressions of an unstable neighbor.