- Filmes do Homem
- Jean Loup Passek Award
- Hop to Melgaço
- Frontal Shot
- Off the Screen
1999: Film Direction Degree at Institut Supérieur des Arts du Spectacle (Insas) in Brussels. 1992-1994: Studies at Film and Theatre Academy in Ljubljana (Slovenia) 1993: Master's degree in Literature and French and English languages at Faculty of Letters in Ljubljana (Slovenia) 1986: Secondary School diploma in Languages and Social Studies in Celje, Slovenia.
Was born in Bari (Italy) and has been working in Lisbon since 1991. After studying French and Portuguese Languages and Literature, she was initially an independent film programmer in Italy and Portugal, collaborating mainly with Cinemateca Portuguesa in the 1990s. In 1998 she made her first film documentary. Since then, while diversifying forms and strategies of creation, she’s made several documentaries and developed a body of work that often migrates from the cinematographic room to the exhibition space. She has worked intensely on the reconfiguration of the film object and its mise-en-espace, in a renewed dialectic between cinema and the arts. In 2004, she created a series of film portraits, gathered in the project "The Time of a Portrait", and presented her installations and films in Portugal, France, Sweden, Spain, Norway, Italy, Uruguay, Mexico, United States and Canada. Her last documentary, "In Medias Res", a dialogue with the thoughts and works of the architect Manuel Tainha, received an honorable mention of the Temps d'Images Film on Art Award 2014 and the national award for best film at the Architectures Film Festival of Lisbon. The debut of the film Third Floor happened at Doclisboa'16, in an official selection within the Portuguese competition.
Born in Tomar (Portugal), September 1970. Graduated in Communication from the School of Social Sciences at University Nova of Lisbon. Since 1993 he's been a curator for the Department of Permanent Exhibition at the Portuguese Cinematheque - Museum of Cinema. He directed said department from 2009 to 2015. He is also a film critic at the daily broadsheet newspaper Público since 1994.
A writer and filmmaker, Margarita is a professor of audiovisual communication at the University of Santiago de Compostela, USC, where she coordinates the Audiovisual Studies Group and directs the R & D project "EU-VOS: Towards a European subtitling program in non hegemonic languages”. Her research lines focus on the production and access to cultural goods, ranging from diversity, communication policies and feminist theories in the universes of creation and expression. She won the National Prize for Galician Culture 2008 in Cinema and Audiovisual and is a member of the Galician Real Academia. Her book Cine de fotógrafos (2005) Gustavo Gili, Barcelona, was awarded the Prize "Fundació Espais d'Art Comtemporani". Her films include Holy Freedom (2004), Manuel Maria: “eu son fala e terra desta miña Terra” (2005/2016); Liste, pronounced Líster (2007) or One Hundred Fires 1913 (2008), plus the fiction The White Scar (2012). Recent articles: Documentary Film, Cyberculture and proximity technologies (2015) on Screen. Notebooks in Communication and Innovation; the body, that unbearable common language, in The informational treatment of violence against women (2015) Inmaculada Postigo and Ana Jorge Alonso (Coord.), CAC, La Laguna, Vestigio y Extrañeza: on the work of Bernardo Tejeda, in Image, body and sexuality, (2014), Francisco Zurian (ed.), Ocho y Medio, Madrid. She is the first woman awarded with the Otero Pedrayo prize in recognition of her contribution to the cultural development of Galicia.
Born in Lisbon in 1991. Master's Degree in Applied Mathematics and Computing (from Instituto Superior Técnico) and Cinema in the field of Directing and Dramatization (by Escola Superior of Theater and Cinema) with a dissertation entitled "The Cinematographic Restoration as Re-choreography, the case of Three Days without God" by Barbara Virginia. Guest programmer of short films at IndieLisboa - Lisbon International Film Festival since 2013, and a film critic on À pala de Walsh's website, which he co-founded, coordinates, co-edits and is one of its main editors. He has produced communication papers and academic articles in the fields of Portuguese cinema history and restoration and cinematographic preservation, as well as programs dedicated to the new names of national cinema, participated in several cycles and round tables and invigorated countless discussion sessions. As a filmmaker, Ricardo produced and directed experimental short films and video, among them Le métro, Vieira da Silva (2016), Children, Madonna and Child, Death and Transfiguration (2016) and Blue Cigarette (2017), which were shown at domestic and international festivals