Screening Room 1 at São Jorge Cinema will receive today four important IndieLisboa sessions: from Emerging Cinema, Nothing Personal by Urszula Antoniak will be screened at 4 p.m., followed by Humpday by Lynn Shelton at 6 p.m.. From Observatory, Werner Herzog's My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done will have it's premiere at 9.45 p.m.. The last session will be When You're Strange by Tom DiCillo, at 11.45 p.m..
Also from Emerging Cinema, Sem Companhia by João Trabulo returns to Culturgest, to the Small Auditorium, at 3 p.m.. Lourdes, by Jessica Hausner, will be presented at City Classic Alvalade Cinema (Screening Room 1), at 3.15 p.m.. J’ai tué ma mère by Xavier Dolan will also be in this screening room, at 11.30 p.m. At 11.45 p.m., Screening Room 3 will show Symbol by Matsumoto Hitoshi.
IndieMusic will show, at São Jorge Cinema, We Don’t Care About Music Anyway by Cédric Dupire and Gaspard Kuentz, at 9.30 p.m., and All Tomorrow’s Parties by Jonathan Caouette, with Un tour de cheveu (ceci n’est pas un disque) by Frank Beauvais, at 11.30 p.m.. From Independent Hero, the documentaries 2 Minutes Silence, Please (at 3.45 p.m.), The Underground Orchestra (9.45 p.m.) and Good Husband, Dear Son with Private (12 a.m.) by Heddy Honigmann will screen for the second time at Londres Cinema. O Amor Natural will also repeat, at 9.45 p.m., in City Classic Alvalade Cinema. From the Berlinale Forum, Baara by Souleimane Cissé will be presented at City Classic Alvalade Cinema (6 p.m.), followed by Seven Songs from the Tundra by Markku Lehmuskallio and Anastasia Lapsui, at 9.30 p.m.
At 9.30 p.m., Culturgest's Large Auditorium will receive the IndieLisboa'10 Closing Ceremony, with the announcement of the winners of the prizes and the exhibition of the film awarded the Feature Film Grand Prize "City of Lisbon".
Picture: All Tomorrow's Parties by Jonathan Caouette