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Festival sections

International Competition - Features


Selection of some of the top international documentaries produced in 2011/2012 – some are multi-awarded films and others are non-released films.

// Feature Films, running time over 41 min

 

International Competition - Short Films

Selection of some of the top international documentaries produced in 2011/2012 – some are multi-awarded films and others are non-released films.


// Short Films, running time under 40 min

Portuguese Competition - Features


Selection of the top documentaries produced and/or directed in Portugal in 2012. Most part of these films will have their international premiere at the Festival.

// Feature Films, running time over 41 min

Portuguese Competition - Short Films

Selection of the top documentaries produced and/or directed in Portugal in 2012. Most part of these films will have their international premiere at the Festival.


// Short Films, running time under 40 min

Investigations


Films that deal with contemporary issues, proposing cinema as a way to investigate a given reality. Visions that allow us to profoundly and singularly access the issues they tackle, thus confirming the art of cinema as a place that encompasses the different records of present days.

New Visions


Section directed by Augusto M. Seabra

Created in 2007, the goal of this section is to broaden the scope of doclisboa – into different approaches of reality and its representations, into frontiers between fiction and documentarism, and different trends as filmed diaries and autobiographies, or works on archive footage – questioning various perceptions and visions, critical reviews of cinema, and generally the attention given to innovation propositions, defying the usual categories, formats, and length.

Heart Beat

A parallel section featuring documentaries about music and performing arts.

Cinema of Urgency


Featuring films that record and depict issues and events that imply the urgent creation of a community for debate and reflexion in order to allow us to decide where to stand before those subjects.

These films are made from an absolute implication into reality itself. They may not yet have found the necessary distance to create a cinematographic work, but they have however found an immediate link to that same reality that challenges filmmakers into a growing daily practice of citizenship.

These are films that fill the gaps that exist in media, and that exist through the social networks and others means that try to open some cracks in information control. These films should precisely occupy their own place in a festival that wants to think of cinema in the multiple layers of its implication into reality.

The Green Years


The Green Years section presents films produced in the scope of video, film, audiovisual and communication schools, and in film and documentary film PhD courses as well.

The main goal of The Green Years is to create a platform for dialogue and reflexion upon produced films and the type of existing teaching in this field. Additionally our aim is also to give young directors – who are still studying – the opportunity to show their work to a broader audience, thus fostering their future entrance into the professional world, and their growth as directors.

 

1973 - 2013. The Chilean Military Coup d'État: 40 Years Later
Passages

Derives from the convergence of two recent movements: the film passage to museums and the inclusion of documentary in contemporary art.


Special Programmes
Portraits

This section focuses on biopics of various personalities such as Hélio Oiticica, Béla Tarr, Joaquim Benite, Donald Rumsfeld and Manuel Vieira.

Moving Stills - Photography, Photographers and Documentary Film
Alain Cavalier Retrospective
Doc Alliance
Opening Session
Closing Film
 
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