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Lisbon Revisited,by Edgar Pêra

Lisbon Revisitedoctober 10th, 9:30pm

Lisbon Revisited, by Edgar Pêra

Documentary
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POR, 2014, Color, 66 min.

QUEER CITY / CIDADE QUEER, by Danila Bustamante

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October 14, 5pm

36 min

Bodies that listen, dance, resist, manifest and become visible in our contemporary city. Bodies that dance the sounds of funk music, rap, samba, voguing, waacking, among other sonic styles of contestation, resistance and struggle.  Through talks, dinners, experiences and exchanges, a city seeks to discuss how we live, work, share and survive the different LGBT + stories and realities … And how we understand all this through a queer, intersectional and non-normative lens?

The mini-documentary “Cidade Queer - Queer City”, directed by Danila Bustamante takes the name of the site-specific, one-year collective curatorial process in São Paulo, Brazil from 2016-17 by Lanchonete.org and ArtsEverywhere/Musagetes.

Permanências, Ricardo Alves Jr

PERMANENCIAS 01 co-piaSeptember 16th, 17h

34 min

“From the inside the air is heavier.”

Direção/Direction: Ricardo Alves Jr. Roteiro/Screenplay: Diego Hoefel e Ricardo Alves Jr. Produção Executiva/Executive Production: Rita Cupertino Fotografia/Photography: Tomas Perez Silva Montagem/Editing: Ernesto Gogain Som/Sound: Pablo Lamar

Brasil – 2010 – 34min - HD

Festivais: Festival de Cannes – Competição Semana da Critica (França) Janela Internacional de Cinema do Recife – Prêmio de Melhor Filme (Brasil) Festival del Nuevo Cine Latino Americano de Havana(Cuba) Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid 2011-2012/ Museu centro Pompiduo e Museo Reina Sofia Ostrava Kamera Oko (República Tcheca) FLEFF 2015 Film – Brazilian Short Films (Estados Unidos)

Ricardo Alves JrDirector and scriptwriter, was born in Belo Horizonte in 1982. He graduated from Universidad del Cine, in Buenos Aires. Ricardo’s first short film, RAW MATERIAL

(2006), received several awards in Brazil and abroad. INVITATION TO DINER WITH COMRADE STALIN ( 2007), his second short, was presented at Rotterdam IFF, Oberhausen, Karlovy Vary, and was awarded as Best Short Film at 40th Brasilia FF. His third short film, PERMANÊNCIAS ( 2010) was premiered at Cannes Critic’s Week 2011. TREMOR (2013), his last short film, was premiered at Locarno Film Festival  and won Best Director at 46th Brasilia FF. In 2013, the  Cinémathèque Française presented a retrospective of his short films.

Mucho Flow 2017

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Mucho Flow 2017
Octuber 7th
CAAA, Guimarães

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Nadia Tehran
Horse Lords
God Colony + Flohio
Dedekind Cut
Scúru Fitchádu
Filipe Sambado
Chinaskee & Os Camponeses
800 Gondomar
El Señor
Veer
Mlynarczyk
Dada Garbeck
DJ Lynce

Tickets:
https://www.ticketea.pt/bilhetes-festival-mucho-flow-2017/
— muchoflow.net/bilhetes

press@rvlv.net

Apoio: Câmara Municipal de Guimarães
Rádio oficial: Vodafone.FM

Lisbon Revisited

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“Lisbon Revisited”

Edgar Pêra

September 9th until November 10th

Lisbon Revisited is an photography’ exhibition and an 3D anaglyphic installation, composed by unpublished images and some frames taken from the film of the same name. The exhibition is composed by stereoscopic views of the green spaces in the city of Lisbon, frozen moments, temporary sculptures, one photo- oneiric journey, captioned by Pessoa’s words. Now in CAAA in a specially designed version for this particular space.

SOLAR PARAMÉTRICA

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Diogo Tudela

September 9th until November 9th

Mechanical — Diogo Tudela

Atmospheric — Jonathan Uliel Saldanha

Speculative blending of the world-machine’s exo-structure through the scenic instantiation of a non figurative mechanical and luminescent planetary model of radial movement, displayed in a heliocentric arrangement.

Technical Support — Igor Gonçalves

Graphic Design — Tiago Carneiro

Acknowledgements: Juan Luis Toboso, Tiago Patatas, Maria Luís Neiva,

Ricardo Areias, Vanda Trindade, António Cunha

Support: CAAA Centro para Assuntos da Arte e Arquitectura
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian