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THE STONE DREAMS TO BLOSSOM

PortugaL, 2024 | FIC, 101'

Bando à Parte 

Directorr: Rodrigo Areias

In a guest house in Vila Húmus, lost on the edge of the estuary, people survive in a dark time. K. Maurício, a writer, immerses himself in his work "The Death of the Clown", becoming hostage to impossible dreams. Pita, a facilitator, manipulates words and people, enjoying a cynical game with those around him.

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PRÉMIOS E FESTIVAIS

  • ESTREIA MUNDIAL - BAFICI IFF 2024

 

FIVE AT AFTERNOON

Portugal/ Brasil, 2023 | FIC, 121'

Bando à Parte - 3 Tabela Filmes

Director: Eduardo Nunes

When her grandmother dies, 19-year-old Anabel becomes closer to Meiko, a shy young neighbour. Little by little, this simple approximation reveals hidden feelings and improbable similarities. Returning to her grandmother's apartment, Anabel encounters a strange presence which helps her understand the moment she is living through.

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PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • Festival do Rio - 25th Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival

 

DULCINEIA

Portugal, 2023 | FIC, 87'

Bando à Parte 

Director: Artur Serra Araujo​

After thirteen years of unruly life in Morocco, Hugo, a jazz bassist, decides to take a "sabbatical year" and return to Porto, where he hopes to find balance with his family. However, on one of the first nights, he attends a concert by Luís Stockman - a pianist who has recently become famous - and the longed wait for peace turns into the worst of nightmares: Stockman plays an unreleased theme that Hugo knows all too well, because it's the same one he's been writing in his head for years...

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PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • World Premiere: Mostra de São Paulo - International Film Festival (Brazil)

 

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THE RYE HORN

Spain/ Portugal/ Belgium, 2023 | FIC, 103'

Miramemira - Bando À Parte - Bulletproof Cupid

Director: Jaione Camborda

Illa de Arousa, 1971. Maria is a woman who earns her living by seafood. She is also known on the island for helping other women in childbirth with special dedication and care. After an unexpected event, she is forced to flee and begins a dangerous journey that will make her fight for her survival. Seeking her freedom, Maria decides to cross the border by one of the smuggling routes between Galicia and Portugal.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • European Premiere - 71st San Sebastian Film Festival - Official Selection

Golden Shell Award for Best Film

  •  World Premiere - 23rd Toronto International Film Festival 2023 TIFF - Official Selection

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THE NOTHINGNESS CLUB

Portugal, 2023 | FIC, 92'

Bando à Parte

Director: Edgar Pêra

THE NOTHINGNESS CLUB is a voyage through the mental universe of Fernando Pessoa and his heteronyms, a psychological thriller in which the borders between imagination, dream, and reality overlap, in a labyrinth of sensations and emotions.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • World Premiere - Rotterdam IFF 2023 - Big Screen Competition

  • 45th Moscow International Film Festival 2023 (Ruussia)

  • 31st Chichester International Film Festival 2023 (UK)

  • 30th Oldenburg International Film Festival 2023 (Germany)

  • 17th IPIFF Independent Producers Indie Film Festival 2023 (Romenia)

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INFINITE SEA
 

Portugal, 2021| FIC, 78'

Bando à Parte

Director: Carlos Amaral

In a parallel existence, Pedro battles to join the human exodus towards another planet. He lives wracked by dreams and frustrations of being left behind until he meets Eva, who defies his goals. But it is on a flooded planet that he ends up alone, looking for her, at the same time that he is confronted with the purpose of his trip.


 

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • São Paulo Festival – International Film Festival (Brazil)·

  • The Black Sea Film Festival (Romania)

Best Fiction Film Award

  • IPIFF - Independent Producers Indie Film Festival (Romania)

Best Indie Trophy Award for Best International Film Production

  • Luso-Brazilian Film Festival of Santa Maria da Feira (Portugal)

Public Award

  • Tsiolkovsky Space Parties (Russia)

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DOWN BY LIFE
 

Portugal, 2020 | FIC, 66'

Bando à Parte

Director: Rodrigo Areias

In an old decrepit cinema, several stories appear like ghosts. A compilation of films of various formats project multiple versions of people overcome by life. “For a man, whether he is defeated or defeated in life depends not on the apparent reality he has reached — but on the intimate ideal he aspired to.” This is what Eça de Queirós stated in the motto of Vencidos da Vida, an informal group that brought together personalities from Portuguese cultural life at the end of the 19th century.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • São Paulo International Film Festival (Brazil)

  • Valdivia International Film Festival (Chile)

  • International Film Festival in Salerno (Italy)

  • SPLIT Film Festival / International Festival of New Film (Croatia)

  • Ischia Films of the Year (Italy)

  • Kyiv Film Festival (Ukraine)

  • Jaipur International Film Festival (India)

  • Alvsbyn Film Festival (Sweden)

  • Mostra de Valencia – Cinema del Mediterrani (Spain)

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LISTEN

Portugal/ UK, 2020 | FIC, 74'

Bando à Parte - Pinball London

Director: Ana Rocha de Sousa

Distribution: Magnolia Pictures

In the suburbs of London, Bela and Jota face serious difficulties when "social services" raise suspicions about the safety of their three children. The deafness of the 7-year-old daughter triggers a process in the system that seems to have no end. Everything gets complicated with the passage of time. Listen to me portrays the exhausting struggle for family unity after an irreversible mistake.
 

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • Venice International Film Festival (Italy)

Bisato d'Oro Award “Orizzzonti” Best Film Competition
Award “Sorriso Diverso Venezia” Best Foreign Language Film - Arca CinemaGiovani Award Best Film
Venice Horizons Special Jury Prize
Luigi De Laurentiis Best Debut Film Award

  • Thessaloniki International Film Festival (Greece)

  • Filmfest München (Germany)

  • ZINEBI - Bilbao International Documentary and Short Film Festival (Spain)

  • Busan International Film Festival (South Korea)

  • São Paulo International Film Festival (Brazil)

  • Raindance Film Festival (England)

Best Actress Award

  • Portuguese Film Academy - Sophia Awards Gala (Portugal) - Best Film Award

Best Achievement Award
Best Actress Award
Best Supporting Actress Award
Best Original Screenplay Award

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SURDINE

Portugal 2020, FIC ,74'

Director: Rodrigo Areias

Bando à Parte 

In a rural area, an old man receives the news that his late wife was seen shopping at the fair. Revolted, he intends to hide from everyone, spiteful and sad, but his friends insist that he not listen to the people and take advantage of this fact to strengthen himself and, who knows, get married again._cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b -136bad5cf58d_

This is a story of the delicacy of being old, of what remains to dream and to love when age advances significantly and the body weakens. In an ancient and hidden Portugal, which after all exists, despite everything we do to modernize ourselves. 

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

Kyiv International Film Festival – Molodist (Ukraine)

Best Foreign Film Award

  • São Paulo International Film Festival (Brazil)

  • Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival (USA)

Best Feature Film Award

  • Girona Film Festival (Spain)

Best Film Award
Best Photography Award

Best Music Award

  • Central States Indie FanFilmFest (USA)

Best Foreign Feature Film Award

  • Liverpool Film Festival (England)

Best Actress Award

Best Actor Award

  • Jaipur International Film Festival (India)

Best Feature Film Award

  • WorldFest - Houston International Film Festival (USA)

Silver Remi Award for Best Dramatic Comedy

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ONS

Spain - Portugal -  2020, 87' FIC

Director: Alfonso Zarauza

Maruxiña - Band Apart

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After a deep depression over the death of his lover in a car accident,

Doctor Vicente goes to meet his wife Mariña on a remote island in the Atlantic with the intention of spending the summer, healing his sadness and recovering his
marriage. Life on the lonely island makes him feel good, asking his wife to extend their stay through the fall. each day goes
better until, a mysterious and amnesiac foreign woman appears in their lives, after a shipwreck in the middle of a storm. From that moment on, nothing will ever be the same again.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • Sevilla European Film Festival (Spain)

  • Master Mateo Awards (Spain)

Best Actor Awards
Best Actress Award
Best Supporting Actress Award

Best Photography Award

Best Production Direction Award

Best Script Award

Best Editing Award

Best Sound Award

Best Film Award

  • Cineuropa 34 Festival (Spain)

Cineuropa Award

  • Margenes Film Festival (Spain)

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MAGNETYK PATHWAYS

Portugal - Brazil -  2018, FIC

Director: Edgar Pera

Bando À Parte - Persona Non Grata

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“Money is not everything” Raymond, 60 years old, Parisian, author of photographic comics and French animated films, came to Portugal with 25 Abril, fell in love and stayed in Portugal, where he has lived for 40 years. His activity went into decline and Raymond lives in economic dependence on his wife Gertrudes. Caminhos Magnéticos takes place on the wedding day of his 21-year-old daughter, Catarina, to Damião, a wealthy man of his age.

In Lisbon there is a civil war and a militarized authoritarian regime is about to be established. During a night and a day of humiliation, Raymond will experience an inner revolt and a kaleidoscopic journey through a city on the verge of collapsing. It is also the collapse of your convictions.​​

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • Rotterdam International Film Festival (Netherlands)

  • São Paulo International Film Festival (Brazil)

  • Psychedelic Film and Music Festival (USA)

Best Psychedelic Feature Film Award

  • Glendale International Film Festival (USA)

Best Experimental Feature Film Award

  • OTB – Only The Best International Film Awards (USA) 

Jury Prize Best Experimental Feature Film

  • Rhode Island International Film Festival (USA)

Vortex Sci-Fi & Fantasy Feature Film Award

  • Central States IndieFanFilmFest (USA)

Excellence Award
Best Actor Award

  • New York City International Films InFest (USA)
    Best Experimental Feature Film Award
    Best International Actor Award

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LOVERS ON BORDERS

Portugal - Japan - USA - 2018, FIC, 

Director: Atsushi Funahashi

Bando à Parte  - Office Kitano - Cineric

This is a story of two quests for revenge, in different eras, on different continents, which culminate in different conclusions.

Its protagonists are separated from their companions by various factors, social status, nationality, means.

Their hatred guides them down a path of revenge brought on by their losses. These lovers find themselves lost in their lives adrift between nations.​

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • São Paulo Festival – International Film Festival (Brazil) ·

  • Tokyo International Film Festival (Japan)

  • Asian Film Festival (USA)

Best Soundtrack Award

  • London Independent Film Festival (England)

Best Foreign Feature Film Award

  • Kinema Junpo Awards (Japan)

Best Actor Award

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MABATA BATA

Mozambique / Portugal, 2018, FIC, HD, Color, 74'

Director: Sol Carvalho

Bando à Parte  and Promarte

Azarias is a young shepherd, orphan, guardian of a herd of oxen, where Mabata Bata stands out. The oxen will be the basis for the payment of the "lobolo", a traditional dowry that his uncle Raul must pay for his own wedding.
Azariah's dream is to be a normal child, to go to school, in which his grandmother supports him. One day, when Azarias is in the pasture, Mabata Bata steps on a mine – the result of the civil war in the country – and it explodes.
The young man fears his uncle's reprisals and flees into the forest, taking the remaining oxen with him. His grandmother and uncle set out to find him, to rescue him and convince him to come back.  The film is an adaptation of a short story by the acclaimed writer Mia Couto.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • Rotterdam International Film Festival (Netherlands)

  • Liverpool Film Festival (England)

Best Feature Film Award

Best Achievement Award

  • New York City Independent Film Festival (USA)

Best Narrative Feature Award

  • Silk Road International Film Festival (Republic of Ireland)

Best Narrative Award

  • UMF – 19th Urban Mediamakers Festival (USA)

Best International Film Award

  • Luxor African Film Festival (Egypt)

Best Film African Affairs Award

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FADE INTO NOTHING

Portugal, Fiction, 2017, 70′, HD

Bando à Parte 

Director: Pedro Maia​

Musician The Legendary Tigerman (Paulo Furtado), photographer Rita Lino and director Pedro Maia embarked on a journey through the Californian desert and the result is Fade into Nothing: a film that is both a road movie and a fake diary in super 8mm. Bringing together texts by the musician and images of a grain of light, the film describes the path of a man who neither runs away nor hides, he simply heads towards nothingness, trying to be nothing. During this journey, Paulo Furtado composed part of his new album, which will be released in September. Fade into Nothing is your cinematic antechamber.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • São Paulo Festival – International Film Festival (Brazil)

  • New Visions International Film Festival (Netherlands)

  • Caminhos do Cinema Portugês (Portugal)

  • IndieLisboa – International Film Festival (Portugal) · MIMO Film Festival (Portugal)

  • Loulé Festival MED (Portugal)

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DELIRIUM IN LAS VEDRAS

Portugal, 2017, 3D, 84', Color

Bando à Parte 

Director: Edgar Pera​

In the Carnival of Torres Vedras there is no difference between actors and spectators, everything is simultaneously staged and spontaneous. A surreal comedy of manners, Delirium in Las Vedras is a film that surpasses any definition or genre. For seven days (six days of Carnival plus the night of his funeral), a group of reporters inspired by the different styles of television channels, from Pimba channels to culturalists, from radicals to musicals, from radio stations to 3D channels, invades the Torres Carnival. vedras. Your goal is to ensure maximum audience. And they are willing to do anything for it! The reporters wear masks in order to blend in with the crowd, thus breaking down all barriers and becoming part of the Carnival Reality. Everything is real within the surrealism of the Carnival of Torres Vedras.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • OFFICIAL SELECTION ROTTERDAM IFF - NETHERLANDS 2017

  • OFFICIAL SELECTION MOSTRA DE SÃO PAULO - BRAZIL 2017

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THE HUMAN SURGE

Argentina - Portugal - Brazil - 2016, FIC, 97' HD

Director: Eduardo Williams

Ruda Cine - Bando à Parte - RT Features

Three young people from different parts of the world and apparently unrelated to each other have similar experiences: working and losing their jobs, looking for  identity and not finding themselves. Exe, Argentinian, Alf, Mozambican and Archie, from the Philippines, end up meeting each other on the internet, while looking for some kind of connection. Some things seem to be the same between them, or almost. In a slow pursuit, a mystery emerges that unites them all, not just humans.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • Locarno International Film Festival (Switzerland)

Leopardo d'Ouro Award Filmmakers Present Section

Special Mention Award Jury 1st Feature Film

  • Berlinale – Berlin International Film Festival (Germany)

  • Jeonju International Film Festival (South Korea)

  • International Competition Award

  • Fidmarseille – Marseille International Film Festival (France)

Grand Prize FIDLab Support Development

  • International Film Window of Recife (Brazil)

Best Photography Award

Best Film Award

  • Toronto International Film Festival (Canada)

  • New York International Film Festival (USA)

  • Viennale – Vienna International Film Festival (Austria)

  • Mar del Plata International Film Festival (Argentina)

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PORTO

Portugal - USA - France - 2016, FIC, 35mm, 75'

Director: Gabe Klinger

Bando à Parte  - Double Play Films - Gladys Glover

Jake, a lonely American estranged from his family, and Mati, a French student traveling with her teacher and lover, meet one night in Porto and form a brief but remarkable bond. The moments shared with each other are enveloped by an aura of mystery. Through their memories, Jake and Mati relive the depths of a night that time has not altered.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • Rotterdam International Film Festival (Netherlands)

  • BAFICI - Independiente International Film Festival of Buenos Aires (Argentina)

  • FEISAL Award Best Director

  • San Sebastián International Film Festival (Spain)

  • BFI – London Film Festival (England)

  • São Paulo International Film Festival (Brazil)

  • Thessaloniki International Film Festival (Greece)

  • Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival (Estonia)

  • SXSW – South by Southwest Film Festival (USA)

  • Turin Film Festival (Italy)

  • Guadalajara International Film Festival (Mexico)

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ORNAMENT & CRIME 

Portugal, 2016, FIC, HD , B&W 90´

Bando à Parte 

Director: Rodrigo Areias​

Ornamento & Crime is a crime film about extortion, architecture and corruption. It tells the story of a grade B private detective who, while trying to find a way out of town, continues his extortion schemes with the help of his partner. However, in a society dominated by the construction mafia, the stakes may be too high.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • São Paulo Festival – International Film Festival (Brazil)

  • Viennale – Vienna International Film Festival (Austria)

  • Barcelona International Film Festival (Spain)

  • El Rey Award for Excellence in Dramatic Narrative

  • Luso-Brazilian Film Festival of Santa Maria da Feira (Portugal)

Public Award

Jury Honorable Mention Award

  • Portuguese Film Academy – Sophia Awards Gala (Portugal)

Best Soundtrack Award

  • FICARQ Santander – Architecture and Cinema Festival (Spain)

  • LEFFEST – Lisbon & Estoril Film Festival (Portugal)

  • Caminhos Cinema Português Film Festival (Portugal) 

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LISBON REVISITED

Portugal, 2014, FIC,69', 3D

Bando à Parte 

Director: Edgar Pera​

Lisbon Revisited is a dreamlike (and tragic) journey seen through the astonished eyes of a transhuman and a kino-symphony of voices from Fernando Pessoa's countless heteronyms.

 

“To think is to be sick of the eyes”, said Alberto Caeiro, the most sensorial of Pessoa's heteronyms. Lisbon Revisited lives through this disease, showing alternative ways of seeing (the city) and hearing (the Person). The title comes from a poem by his futurist heteronym, Álvaro de Campos. This film is a cine-liturgy and a kino-exorcism of Lisbon and the ghosts of Fernando Pessoa. Polyglot, polyphonic and three-dimensional, Lisbon Revisited is spoken in the three languages in which Pessoa wrote: Portuguese, English and French.

 

 

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • Locarno International Film Festival (Switzerland)

  • Jeonju International Film Festival (South Korea)

  • Festival du Noveau Cinema de Montreal (Canada)

  • Bogotá Film Festival (Colombia)

  • DocLisboa International Film Festival (Portugal)

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3X3D

Portugal, 2013, 3D, 100', Color

Bando à Parte 

Directors: Peter Greenaway, Edgar Pêra, Jean Luc Godard​

What do we mean when we talk about memory? From the first dimension, the past calls us as if it were a distant land; so we tell stories to try to revisit their landscapes. And from the second dimension, the time that separates us from the past can be measured, but never extinguished. So we tell stories and make movies as if we were in the present.
But can we add a third dimension? Peter Greenaway, Jean-Luc Godard and Edgar Pêra answer this question in 3D. Or rather, they add their own space to the measures of time and images of the past.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • Cannes International Film Festival (France)

  • New Horizons International Film Festival (Poland)

  • MIFF – Moscow International Film Festival (Russia)

  • Filmfest Hamburg (Germany)

  • Melbourne International Film Festival (Australia)

  • Shanghai International Film Festival (China)

  • Busan International Film Festival (South Korea)

  • International Film Festival in Guadalajara (Mexico)

  • Molodist - Kyiv International Film Festival (Ukraine)

  • CPH: PIX Copenhagen Film Festivals (Denmark)

  • BAFICI – Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival (Argentina)

  • SITGES – Catalonia International Fantastic Film Festival (Spain)

  • Hong Kong International Film Festival (Hong Kong)

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HAYROAD

Portugal, 2012, FIC, 90',HD, Color

Bando à Parte 

Director: Rodrigo Areias

This is the story of a man who, after living far from his country for over a decade, returns to his village to avenge his brother's death. Inspired by the writings of Henry David Thoreau, he translates Civil Disobedience into Portuguese.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (Czech Republic)

Special Jury Mention Award

  • Mostra - São Paulo International Film Festival (Brazil)

  • Paths of Portuguese Cinema – International Film Festival (Portugal)

Best Supporting Actor Award

Best Original Soundtrack Award

  • Azores Film Festival - Faial Film Festival (Portugal)

Special Jury Mention Award

  • International Federation of Film Clubs (Portugal)

Best Photography Award

  • GDA Foundation – Management of Artists' Rights (Portugal)

Best Supporting Actor Award

  • Portuguese Film Academy – Sophia Awards (Portugal)

Best Soundtrack Award

  • Midnight Sun Film Festival (Finland)

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THE BARON

Portugal, 2011, FIC, 105', B&W

Bando à Parte 

Director: Edgar Pêra​

Inspired by the work of Branquinho da Fonseca, it is a neuro-gothic remake of a ghost film, made during World War II. Banned by the Dictator for portraying a tyrant, a marialva vampire who terrorized the inhabitants of a mountainous region.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • Rotterdam International Film Festival (Netherlands)

Critic's Award

  • New Horizons International Film Festival (Poland)

  • Busan International Film Festival (South Korea)

  • IndieLisboa – International Film Festival (Portugal)

Photography Award - Honorable Mention

  • Faial Film Fest (Portugal)

Best Editing Award

  • Golden Globes Gala (Portugal)

Best Actor Award

  • SPA Authors Awards (Portugal)

Best Actor Award

  • Golden Ghoul Awards (Serbia)

Best Film Award

Art and Horror Award

Best Actor Award

Best Photography Award

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DHARMA GUNS - LA SUCCESSION STARKOV

France - Portugal - 2010,FIC, 93'

Director: FJ Ossang

The film opens with a water-skiing accident: a girl, Délie, drives a motorboat and pulls a boy, Stan. They're both testing their own limits when an accident happens... Stan wakes up from a coma after this serious accident, discovering that genealogy experts are looking for an individual whose identity matches his own. Instead of questioning this testamentary parentage, he takes possession of Professor Starkov's inheritance and sets sail for the country of Las Estrellas… An odyssey of purification where intuition and telepathy accelerate time travel. “Dharma Guns” revisits the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice fighting the tyranny of Almighty-Time.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • Venice International Film Festival (Italy)

  • Rotterdam International Film Festival (Netherlands)

  • New Horizons International Film Festival (Poland)

  • Mostra - São Paulo International Film Festival (Brazil)

  • BAFICI- Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival (Argentina)

  • Morelia International Film Festival (Mexico)

  • Taipei Film Festival (Taiwan)

  • CPH: PIX Film Festival (Denmark)

  • Bogotá Film Festival (Colombia)

  • Trieste Film Festival (Italy)

  • FANTASIA International Film Festival (Canada)

  • Al Este International Film Festival (Peru)

  • Spring Festival (France)

  • Helsinki International Film Festival Love & Anrachy (Finland)

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TEBAS

Portugal, 2007, FIC, 80', Color

Director: Rodrigo Areias

Tebas is an adaptation of Sophocles' classic tragedy King Oedipus, with a nod to Jack Kerouac. Starting from the loss of identity of a second generation of Portuguese emigrants, Tebas tells the story of a young man who, in search of his origins, leaves Paris for Portugal with a beatnik truck driver. And delve into the depths of Thebes in a surrealistic road-movie.

PRIZES AND FESTIVALS

  • São Paulo International Film Festival (Brazil)

  • Exhibition Luso Amazónica (Brazil)

  • Portuguese Film Festival Museo Verbum (Spain)

  • Fantasporto (Portugal)

  • International Luso-Brazilian Film Festival of Santa Maria da Feira (Portugal)

  • Lisbon Peripheral Film Festival (Portugal)

  • Faial Film Festival (Portugal)

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