TVCine channels are once again sponsors of IndieLisboa in its 20th edition. To anticipate the festival experience but at home, TVCine Edition presents today a selection of films that were part of the official programme of the previous edition.
IndieLisboa’23 Special will start at 5:40 pm with the feature film Unrest, which was in the International Competition at IndieLisboa, right after Cyril Schäublin won the Encounters Award for Best Director at Berlinale 2022. Next up is Kurdwin Ayub’s Austrian Sonne, which was part of the Silvestre selection and explores the boundary between cultural appropriation or appreciation. The evening will follow with Incredible But True, a co-production between France and Belgium, by Quentin Dupieux, or a modern fable that finds humour in absurdity and in the search for eternal youth. The last screening includes the most recent film by Anita Rocha da Silveira, Medusa, winner of the Canais TVCine 2022 Special Jury Award. The Brazilian filmmaker imagines the female resistance in a Brazil completely dominated by evangelical forces.
The four featured films will be later available on TVCine +.
The 20th edition of IndieLisboa will be back to cinemas next Thursday, April 27, and will be exhibiting at Cinema São Jorge, Culturgest, Cinemateca Portuguesa, Cinema Ideal, Cinema Fernando Lopes and Penha de França Pool until May 7.