In Portugal, film directors, producers, actors, technicians, distributors, film festivals and cinema guilds wrote an open letter to the Portuguese government, for which they received the support of the international community of cinema.
The festival takes place from 19 to 29 October and the films can be submitted between 15 January and 31 May.
‘Cruzeiro Seixas – As Cartas do Rei Artur’ and ‘Ama-San’ on theatres in January.
‘The Sea is History’ and ‘Atlante 1783′ will be screened at Rotterdam.
“Phil Mendrix”, “Raimundo”, “Perhaps Desert Perhaps Universe”, “The Glory of Filmmaking in Portugal”, “Celeste”, “Where is the Jungle” and “… because I am not the 21st Century’s Giacometti” are the titles available.
We keep bringing the news about the films premiered at the previous edition of the festival.
The 14th edition of Doclisboa – International Film Festival, which closed on October 30th, was attended by 26.000 visitors (excluding the programme beyond the festival dates), meaning an increase in the number of tickets sold compared to the previous year.