Throughout the 11 days of the festival, IndieLisboa presents five LisbonTalks by FCSH, the first of which takes place at Cinemateca Portuguesa, from the proposed retrospective. Jan Švankmajer: the Surrealist will be in focus, in a conversation with his long-time producer, Jaromír Kallista, and visual artist Sara Bichão, moderated by filmmaker Pedro Serrazina.
Throughout the week, the meetings will take place at Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, always at 6 pm. We will talk about inclusion and its importance in the construction of characters in the audiovisual universe, in Inclusion in Cinema or How to Avoid Stereotypes – An Urgent Necessity. We will also think about who are the cinema audiences nowadays, in The Place of the Cinema Spectator and the Future Challenges, based on the film A History of the Film Spectator, by José Filipe Costa, in its world premiere at IndieLisboa.
We will also approach Labour and the Trade Union Movement. As part of the commemorations of the 50th anniversary of the 25th of April, we will debate the place of work in contemporary society, based on the programmes presented in Silvestre Focus, in this 20th edition. And there will also be space to reflect on the potentialities and shortcomings of the use of artificial intelligence in film production in Making Cinema with Artificial Intelligence.
The detailed programme can be consulted on the LisbonTalks by FCSH page. The entry is always free.