23 MAY — 02 JUNE 2024

23 MAY — 02 JUNE 2024

IndieLisboa’s aftermath at Cinema Ideal

IndieLisboa does not end without first giving you the opportunity to watch or rewatch some of this year’s award-winning films. The sessions will be held at Cinema Ideal.

Today at 7:45 pm, there’s a Shorts Session screening the following films:

Campos Belos, by David Ferreira – Brand New Award

So Small, Looking All Grown Up, by Tânia Dinis – Best Portuguese Short Film

The Oasis I Deserve, by Inès Sieulle – EMEL Prize for Short Film Grand Prize

Zima, de Kasumi Ozeki e Tomek Popakul – Escola das Artes Silvestre Award for Best Short Film

IndieLisboa IndieLisboa's aftermath at Cinema Ideal

Still today, at 9:45 pm, The City of Lisbon Grand Prize for Feature Film and the TVCine Special Jury Prize, Rising up at Night, by Nelson Makengo; and the Schools Prize for the best Portuguese Short Film, Kudibanguela, by Bernardo Magalhães, will be shown.

Tomorrow, the 4th, at 7:45 pm, you can watch Cidade; Campo, by Juliana Rojas, winner of the Queer Art Lab Prize; and, at 9:45 pm, Greice, by Leonardo Mouramateus, which won the Best Director Award for a Portuguese Feature Film NOVA FCSH.

The end of this edition of the festival comes on the 5th, with two more sessions: the one at 7:45 pm, dedicated to Hands in the Fire, by Margarida Gil, Best Director Award for a Portuguese Feature Film NOVA FCSH; and at 9:45 pm, showing There is No Friend’s House, by Abbas Taheri, Amnesty International Award, and No Other Land, by Yuval Abraham, Basel Adra, Hamdan Ballal and Rachel Szor, Public Feature Film Award.

IndieLisboa IndieLisboa's aftermath at Cinema Ideal

Tickets for these sessions are on sale online until the day before the session. After this period, they can be purchased directly at the Cinema Ideal box office.

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