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Thierry GarrelThierry Garrel  (President)
French Chevalier des Arts et Lettres, Thierry Garrel has chosen for forty years to defend and foster creative and auteur-driven documentaries on public service television. From 1987 until 2008, he was Head of the Documentary Film Department of La Sept which later became ARTE France. At ARTE he developed many highly acclaimed series and the “Grand Format” slot that co-produced over 200 international award-winning feature-length documentaries. He supported many famous filmmakers in their early days, including Nicolas Philibert, Rithy Panh, Claire Simon, Claudio Pazienza and Raoul Peck, and worked with such masters as Chris Marker, Chantal Akerman, Richard Dindo, Amos Gitai, Jean-Louis Comolli, Johan Van der Keuken, Volker Koepp, among others.
A tribute to his work was organised at the Jeu de Paume Museum in 2001.
He presently dedicates much of his time to “experience feedback”, by tutoring at international seminars and workshops focusing on young documentary creators and professionals.


João Pedro RodriguesJoão Pedro Rodrigues
João Pedro Rodrigues directed his first short film “O Pastor” in 1998. His Second film “Parabéns” was presented at the Venice Festival Official Selection - Corto Cortissimo in 1997 and won the jury’s Special Mention. “O Fantasma” (2009), his first feature, was chosen for the Venice Film Festival Official Selection and won awards at festivals both in Belfort and New York. In 2005 “Odete” premiered during the Cannes Directors' Fortnight and won the Cinemas de Recherche award among other prizes. João Pedro Rodrigues returned to the Directors' Fortnight in 2007 with the short “China, China”, co-directed by João Rui Guerra da Mata.
His most recent work “Morrer como um Homem” (2009) premiered at Cannes Un Certain Regard and won the Cine del Futuro award in Buenos Aires. He is now working on the documentary “A última vez que vi Macau”, also co-authored by Joao Guerra da Mata.


André Paquet

André Paquet
Born in Quebec, André Paquet dedicates his life to the diffusion and promotion of cinema. A pioneer programmer at Quebec’s Cinemathèque, he created the New Cinema Rendez-vous in Montreal. From 1980 to 1987 he was head of the film department for Quebec’s Culture Services in Paris.
Programming director at RDIM (Rencontres Internationales du Cinema Documentaire de Montreal) until 2009, he is now a teacher and the author of several articles and essays on cinema.



Susana de Sousa DiasSusana de Sousa Dias
Susana de Sousa Dias is a filmmaker and university teacher.  She has a Master’s Degree in Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art, a Degree in Fine Arts and Painting (University of Lisbon) and a Degree in Cinema (Higher Institute of Theatre and Cinema). She also attended the National Music Conservatory. She’s a PhD researcher in Aesthetics and Art Sciences and Technologies (University of Paris 8 and University of Lisbon) and is presently working on a research in the field of the relationships between Cinema and Contemporary Art.
Lecturing at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Lisbon, she has been guest participant in various cinema related events at higher education institutions and national and international cinema festivals.  In 2001, she founded the production company, Kintop. Her film “Natureza Morta-Visages d'une Dictature” [Still Life] (Atalanta Films Award, doclisboa 2005 e Merit Prize, Taiwan IDF 2006,) has been shown in festivals and screenings in five continents.
“48” (93', 2009), her last film, internationally acclaimed for its originality, was awarded with the Grand Prix at Cinéma du Réel 2010.
Obscure Light (documentary) and Stillleben (installation on three screens - Temps d'Images Festival) are the works she is presently working on.


Carlos Muguiro Carlos Muguiro
Founder and artistic director of Punto de Vista Film Festival (Spain) until 2009, Carlos Muguiro is a film critic, programmer and filmmaker. His specialty is Russian Cinema and he is currently an investigator at the Slavic Studies Department of the University Institute for Culture, at the Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona). He teaches Aesthetics at Navarra University, lectures on the Film master’s program at Pompeu Fabra University and is the author of “Ver sin Vertov. Cincuenta años de no ficción en Rusia y la URSS (1955-2005)”, “El cine de los mil años”, “Una aproximación al cine documental japonés” and “The Man Without the Movie Camera: the cinema of Alan Berliner”.
Carlos Muguiro also works as a screenwriter (“Goodbye, America” e “Notes on the Other”, films selected for DocLisboa, Sundance, Clermont-Ferrand, Ann Arbour, Hot Docs, Warsaw) and has been a juror at several international film festivals.


International Competition

Medium length + Shorts + Special jury award


Katrine Kiilgaard

Katrine Kiilgaard
Katrine Kiilgaard graduated from the University of Copenhagen with a BA in film studies and an MA in Modern Culture and Cultural Communications.
Since 1994, she has worked as a project manager in different areas of the film business. She has taken part in selection work at several festivals and served as a lecturer, teacher and moderator. Katrine Kiilgaard has been associated with Filmkontakt Nord as Promotion and Marketing Manager since 2000. Besides promoting shorts and documentaries, she provides advice on matters relating to project development, international financing and distribution of shorts and documentaries. She is the Head of Industry for Filmkontakt Nord annual film festival and the industry platform Nordisk Panorama Event.


Olivier Dury Olivier Dury
Cameraman, filmmaker and photographer, Olivier Dury directed his first film in 2008, “Mirages” (doclisboa award for Best Midlength Film), in which he films immigrants crossing the Sahara desert: an objective journey towards clandestinity and a subjective one towards individuality and the threat of an anonymous death.
In 2009 Olivier Dury directed the photography of “Au nom du Père”, a Marie-Violaine Brincard documentary about an unknown side of the Rwanda massacre.
He is currently working on the editing of “Voyage en Islande” and in pre-production of “Stupefiant”, a documentary essay about the drug world.


Oscar PérezOscar Pérez
Oscar Perez is a documentary filmmaker. Born in Girona (Spain) in 1973, he studied film at the The London College of Communication. He started his career in 2001 and many of his works have been selected for acclaimed international festivals: “Xavo-Xavi” was shown at the Chicago Film Festival and Roma Film Festival in 2003; “Salve Melilla” was released at Mar del Plata Film Festival in 2006; “Ventrada” competed at IDFA 08; “If the camera blows up” was screened at Locarno 09. His film “The Tailor” won IDFA’s short competition in 2007, and several other international awards such as the Audience award at Silverdocs and the Cinema Eye Honour in New York.
He recently directed a documentary TV series for Catalan Television (TVC) called “The Getsemani Orchard”.
He teaches creative documentary at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona and is working on the post-production of his first feature doc, “Hollywood Talkies”.  



Diana AndringaDiana Andringa
Doctor in Sociology, Diana Andringa is a major figure in journalism in Portugal. Between 1978 and 2001 she worked as head of several departments in RTP and as a regular columnist for daily newspapers and radio stations. At RTP Diana Andringa worked on many series and documentaries: “Refugiados no Mundo” (1983) and “Geração de 60” (1992), “Aristides de Sousa Mendes, o Consul injusticado” (1993), “O Caso Big Dan’s, Violação numa comunidade portuguesa” (1993), “Humberto Delgado: Obviamente, assassinaram-no”(1995), “José Rodrigues Migueis: um homem do povo na historia da Republica” (1997), and the series of shows “Artigo 37” (2001). As an independent documentarist she directed “Timor-Leste: O sonho do crocodilo” (2002), “Era uma vez um arrastão (2005), “As duas faces da guerra” (2007, with Flora Gomes), “Dundo, memória colonial” (2009), “Tarrafal: memórias do Campo da Morte Lenta” (2010).
Diana Andringa has received two state decorations: the Order of Prince Henry and the Order of Liberty.


Ginette Lavigne

Ginette Lavigne
Director and editor, she has been working with Jean-Louis Comolli for twenty years. She has directed many documentaries such as “Le Kugelhof” (1992), “Le fil rouge” (1995), “Un repas de paix” (1995), “Republica, journal du peuple”(1998), “La nuit du coup d’Etat -Lisbonne av.74”(2001), “Jours de greve a Paris-Nord” (2001), “Deux histoires de prison”(2004), “Un voyage en Israel”(2008) and “La belle journee” (2010).
Throughout her films Ginette Lavigne reveals strong tights to Portuguese history and film production.


Kateřina Bartošová
Born in 1980 in Prague, Czech Republic, Kateřina Bartošová has a master’s degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology. Since 2008 she has collaborated with the One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival. She is currently working as a festival programmer. One World is one of the leading festivals in Europe that deals with human rights issues and is among the founding members of the Human Rights Film Network. Since 2005 she has also collaborated with Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and other film festivals held in the Czech Republic.

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galeria doclisboa 2010

Exposição Malick Sidibé

Exposição de 85 fotografias do fotógrafo maliano.
De 29 de Setembro até final de Outubro, de 3ªF a 6ªF, das10:00 às 19:00
Sábados e Domingos, das 14:00 às 19:00
Galeria Palácio Galveias – Campo Pequeno
Entrada Livre

Videoteca doclisboa

1250 títulos enviados para o doclisboa estão disponíveis na videoteca do festival com 18 postos de visionamento - das 11:00 às 21:00
mais informação: videoteca@apordoc.org



National Competition


Barbara Orlicz

Barbara Orlicz
Barbara Orlicz was born in Nowy Sa˛cz (Poland) in 1971. She graduated in History at the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. Barbara is a Krakow Film Festival programmer – the oldest and most important Polish documentary and short film festival.
From 1996 to 2006 she worked at Apollo Film in the events, promotion and marketing department. Since 2001, Barbara has been Head of the Programme Office of the Krakow Film Festival and since 2005, producer of the Krakow Film Market.
In 2006 she became vice president of the Krakow Film Foundation – the organization that aims to promote Polish documentary, animated and short films abroad.


Frederico Rossin Federico Rossin
Independent film critic and curator, his research work is mainly devoted to non-fiction cinema, experimental film and video, and animation. He has been the artistic co-director of the NodoDocFest of Trieste since 2008. As a curator he has worked and works for many festivals in Italy and France (ToniCorti of Padua, 2006-2007; Filmmaker of Milan, 2007-2010, Etats généraux du film documentaire de Lussas, 2009-2010; 1000(o)cchi of Trieste, 2008-2010; Lodi Citta Film Festival of Lodi, 2009; Fisheye of Rome, 2009). In 2008 he collaborated with Nicole Brenez on a retrospective at the Cinemathèque Française of Paris, La Cité des yeux, une saison italienne (2008).
As an author, he has published around twenty essays in various languages and on different subjects (documentary and experimental cinema, animation, Italian cinema); In 2009, and as an editor, he published American Collage. Il cinema di Emile de Antonio.


Jean-François ChougnetJean-François Chougnet
Jean-François Chougnet (53 years), historian, political scientist, he graduated from the ‘Ecole de Sciences Politiques de Paris’ and from the ‘Ecole Nationale d'Administration’.
In the 80s and 90s, he was advisor to the French Minister of Culture, Jack Lang, and after that he was nominated Assistant Director of ‘Musée National d'Art Moderne - Centre Georges Pompidou’ and Assistant Director of ‘Réunion des ‘Musées Nationaux’. In 2005 he was curator of the ‘Year of Brazil in France’ ("Brésil, Brésils”) and General Director of the ‘Parc de la Vilette’ (Paris) from 2001 until 2006.
Jean-François Chougnet is Director of ‘Museu Colecção Berardo’ (Lisbon) since January 1, 2007.


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