Special Christmas Booklet: 12 tickets for 25 euros

Christmas is just around the corner and the 18th edition of IndieLisboa is getting closer, taking place between April 29th and May 9th, 2021.

This year, we have a special offer of a limited amount of a SPECIAL CHRISTMAS BOOKLET that contains 12 vouchers for only 25 euros (2.08 euros for each ticket), available only by the end of December. Each individual ticket costs 4.50 euros. A special opportunity so that you can offer it to someone else or to your own self and reserve your spot in the next edition of this great celebration of the cinema that is IndieLisboa.

PURCHASE

Once purchased, the booklet must be presented at IndieLisboa’s central ticket offices, located at Culturgest and at Cinema São Jorge, within the following dates:

CULTURGEST
CGD Headquarters Building, Rua Arco do Cego, 50
From April 20 to 28, from 1 pm to 6 pm, except April 26 (closed).
From April 29th to May 9th, from 11:00 am until the beginning of the last session at Culturgest.

CINEMA SÃO JORGE
Av. Da Liberdade, 175
From April 26 to 28, from 2 pm to 8 pm.
From April 29 to May 9, from 1 pm until the beginning of the last session at Cinema São Jorge.
On days with morning sessions, the ticket office opens half an hour before the sessions.

The booklet contains 12 vouchers that are valid for exchanging only for tickets for film sessions and that can be detached and used individually to collect tickets for different sessions, at different times or all for the same session.

The C for Coffee episode, from Canal 180, recorded during IndieLisboa is now available

The 3rd episode of the C for Coffee series, produced by Canal 180 and recorded during IndieLisboa 2020 with 4 directors, is now available online.

The first conversation was between directors Luis López Carrasco, from the film The Year of the Discovery, and Catarina Vasconcelos, from The Metamophorsis of Birds, winner of the Best Director in a Portuguese Feature Film and the Audience Award. The second conversation was between Lois Patiño, from Red Moon Tide, and Joana Pimenta, member of the festival official jury this year.

When we finally had the opportunity to go out after a summer focused on music, we returned to cinema (and to the cinema), and recorded the third episode of C for Coffee at IndieLisboa in August. For this episode, we invited Luis Lopez Carrasco and Catarina Vasconcelos, and Lois Patiño and Joana Pimenta to sit and talk at the emblematic Galeto.

In this conversation, already within the context of the pandemic, we wanted to know about the director’s work, but also how they see their work within the current context. Joana Pimenta and Lois Patiño reflected on which films matter the most for them right now, online platforms and the telling of personal and intimate stories in films, whereas Catarina Vasconcelos and Luis Lopez Carrasco discussed the role of memory in cinema and online distribution.” (Canal 180)

The list of projects selected for Euro Connection 2021 has just been announced

The list of projects selected for the 13th edition of Euro Connection, which will take place on February 2 and 3, 2021, during the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, has just been announced.

The European jury, represented in Portugal by the festivals IndieLisboa and Curtas Vila do Conde, met on November 27th to choose the selected projects among the 25 finalist projects nominated this year by our European correspondents.

This year, Portugal returns to the list after an edition with no selected projects, represented by Artificial Lake, by Alexander David.

Here is the list of the projects that have been selected to be pitched during EURO CONNECTION 2021:

About a Cow, Pavla Bastanova (Czech Republic)

Allegory of the Painted Woman, Nelson Polfliet (Belgium)

Artificial Lake, Alexander David (Portugal)

Carmen, No Fear of Freedom, Irene Baqué (Spain)

Chapter 6, Ivaylo Minov (Bulgaria)

Emina, Firoza Zahir Houssen (France)

Family Portrait, Lea Vidakovic (Croatia)

Puffling, Jessica Bishopp (United Kingdom)

Buffer Zone, Savvas Stavrou (Cyprus)

The Tourist, Lun Sevnik (Slovenia)

Tourists, Maria Kralovic (Slovakia)

Unorthodox, Konstantinos Antonopoulos (Greece)

We Were Kids, (Alexander Abdallah (Sweden)

All finalist producers have received an email with above selection results.

Please note that the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Market is moving online, including Euro Connection 2021 coproduction forum.

Online sessions are planned between mid-December and mid-January for selected teams to work on script and help preparing a video pitch.

Producers of selected projects will be contacted shortly for an online meet-up and to start preparing this special edition.

Producers of the remaining finalist projects, outside this final selection, will also be contacted shortly to confirm participation to the Producers Focus if they wish so, as part of upcoming online edition of Euro Connection in the first week of February.

You can register for regular updates about the Short Film Market online edition here.

All selected teams and all producers taking part in the Producers Focus will be granted free access to the Short Film Market online from 1 to 5 February.