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"Generation Orchestra" by Filipa Reis and João Miller Guerra at Cinéma du Réel
2012/02/20

"Generation Orchestra" by Filipa Reis and João Miller Guerra, who was presented at the International Film Festival - doclisboa 2011, was selected for the CINÉMA DU RÉEL International Competition side by side with the latest films of Ben Rivers or Denis Côté.

"The Way We Are" (Award for Caixa Geral de Depósitos Best First Film of the Portuguese Competition at doclisboa 2011) by Pedro Marques will also be presented at the International First Films Competitions of Cinéma du Réel. 



The festival will also focus on the work of the director Susana de Sousa Dias, who received in 2010 the Grand Prix of the festival for the documentary “48”.



Will be presented the films:

“Still Life” (2007, 71’) and “48” (2009, 93’)


more info:

http://www.cinemadureel.org/en

 

"YAMA NO ANATA", by Aya Koretzky at the 41st edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam
2012/01/19

“Yama No Anata / Beyond the Mountains”, by Aya Koretzky, -  Doclisboa award for best mid or feature-length film of the Portuguese Competition and also the Restart Award for best mid or feature-length film of the Portuguese Competition at doclisboa 2011 , will be presented at the 41st edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam. The festival takes place from 25 January to 5 February 2012.

George Harrison: Living in the Material World by Martin Scorsese scores at Critics’ Choice Awards
2012/01/14

 

Legendary helmer Martin Scorsese received two honors last night at the 17th Annual Critics Choice Movie Awards – one for his most recent documentary, and another recognizing his efforts in combining music and film.

Scorsese’s George Harrison: Living in the Material World, was the opening film of the doclisboa 2011 Heart Beat section at Cinema São Jorge. A loving tribute to the multi-faceted Beatle and solo artist, was named best documentary feature during the ceremony in Los Angeles. Also, the director received the second annual Music + Film award from the Broadcast Film Critics Association (BFCA).

 

 

The second honor is presented to filmmakers who have, in the words of the BFCA, “heightened the impact of film through the brilliant use of source and soundtrack music.” While Scorsese certainly meets that criteria with his scripted features, his work in documentary – specifically with such films as The Last Waltz, which documented the final performance by The Band, and the Bob Dylan doc No Direction Home – also fits the bill. 

more info: http://realscreen.com/2012/01/13/scorsese-scores-at-critics-choice-awards/#ixzz1jcRCeg7u
 


“Letters from Angola” by Dulce Fernandes at FIPA – International Festival of Audiovisual Programs and at Aljazeera International Documentary Film Festival
2012/01/11

 

The documentary “Letters from Angola”, by Dulce Fernandes, who was presented at the International Film Festival - doclisboa 2011, was selected for the 25th edition of the FIPA– International Festival of Audiovisual Programs. The festival will take place between the 23rd January and the 29th January 2012 in Paris.

 

The film was also selected for the 8th edition of the Aljazeera International Documentary Film Festival, which takes place in Doha in Qatar, from 19 to 22 April.

 

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