23 MAY — 02 JUNE 2024

23 MAY — 02 JUNE 2024

LisbonTalks by NOVA FCSH

IndieLisboa’s parallel activities, which include masterclasses, talks, meetings and classes, are a space open to critical discussion, reflection, learning and reformulation of ideas around cinematic practices and the portuguese and international professional environment.

PROGRAMME

18:00
May 24
LisbonTalks by NOVA/FCSH

How has cinema changed over the last 50 years? Has the transformative power of revolution been reflected in the collective memory? What film heritage have we built up to project future visions? Which set of films supports a project for a new human, post-Anthropocene, in an existential ecotopia?

This is a debate held in partnership with Cinemateca Portuguesa – Museu do Cinema.

May 24, Friday, 18:00

FCSH - Universidade Nova

19:00
May 25

Urgency or intervention and the role of cinema in accompanying processes of transformation and vindication. Cinematic horizons expose utopian visions and gestures of intervention. Cinema is a political document, an agent of change.


May 25, Saturday, 19:00

Cinemateca Portuguesa, Room Félix Ribeiro

18:00
May 28
LisbonTalks by NOVA/FCSH

Which films liberate us? What forms does liberation take? Political, sexual, artistic? Can political art liberate? On the one hand, there is a set of liberation films, and on the other, there is a thought about a liberating art that can dialogue with these objects. The art of contestation takes different forms, such as intervention music or the Theatre of the Oppressed. What forms has it taken in Literature, Visual Arts, Architecture, and Design?

May 28, Tuesday, 18:00

FCSH - Universidade Nova

18:00
May 29
LisbonTalks by NOVA/FCSH

How has Portuguese cinema participated in the action to change society? To understand this, we need to know the changes in its structures and frameworks for action, production and impact. What has been done in 50 years in terms of cinema production methods? How has Portuguese cinema acted, and acts towards the world over these 50 years? How is it positioning itself internationally?

May 29, Wednesday, 18:00

FCSH - Universidade Nova

18:00
May 31
LisbonTalks by NOVA/FCSH

What if 25th of April 1974 hadn’t happened? A speculative exercise in front of a multidisciplinary panel to think about what imaginaries and visualities would have existed if the Portuguese dictatorship had dragged on. What were the international political, economic and social scenarios in which Portugal was integrated and which would have led to changes in its endemic composition?

May 31, Friday, 18:00

FCSH - Universidade Nova

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