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Chantal Akerman Retrospective continues at Cinemateca Portuguesa
2012/11/12

Until the 26th of November, Chantal Akerman's films will continue to be shown, by occasion of a full retrospective devoted to the filmmaker integrated in Doclisboa'12 programme. Check the programme here.

Doclisboa'12 Awards
2012/10/28

Best short films and best feature-length films of International Competion, Portuguese Competition and Research sections of 10th edition of Doclisboa.

International Competition


. City of Lisbon award for best feature-length film of the International Competition
San Zimei / Three Sisters
Wang Bing | 153' / França, Hong Kong / 2012

. Special jury award - International Competition
The Anabasis of May and Fusako Shigenobu, Masao Adachi and 27 Years without Images
Eric Baudelaire | 66' / França / 2011

. Special Prize of the Doclisboa Jury - Special Mention
Poslednata Lineika na Sofia / Sofia's Last Ambulance
Ilian Metev | 75' / Bulgária, Croácia, Alemanha / 2012

. Siemens award for best short film of the International Competition
Dusty Night
Ali Hazara | 20' / França / 2011

. Siemens award for best short film of the International Competition - Special Mention
Relocation
Pieter Geenen | 23' / Bélgica / 2011

. Fast Forward Award for new talent - Best first film award comprising International Competition, Research and New Visions
Espoir Voyage
Michel K. Zongo | 82' / França, Burquina Faso / 2011

. Universities award - Faculdade de Belas-Artes da Universidade de Lisboa award for best International Competition feature-length film
Babylon
Youssef Chebbi, Ismaël, Ala Eddine Slim | 119' / Tunísia / 2012

Research


. RTP2 award for best Research film
Un Mito Antropologico Televisivo / An Anthropological Television Myth
Alessandro Gagliardo, Maria Helene Bertino, Dario Castelli | 54' / Itália / 2011

Portuguese Competition


Portuguese Competition

 

. Liscont award for best feature-length film of the Portuguese Competition
Terra de Ninguém / No Man's Land
Salomé Lamas | 72' / Portugal / 2012

. Liscont award for best feature-length film of the Portuguese Competition - Special Mention
Amanhecer a andar / Walking at Dawn
Sílvia Firmino | 97' / Portugal / 2012

. Jameson award for best Portuguese Competition first film (first or second feature-length film)
Terra de Ninguém / No Man's Land
Salomé Lamas | 72' / Portugal / 2012

. Canon award for best Portuguese Competition short film
Aux Bains de la Reine / The Queen's Baths
Maya Kosa, Sérgio da Costa | 37' / Suíça / 2012

. Canon award for best Portuguese Competition short film - Special Mention
A Nossa Casa / Our Home
João Rodrigues | 19' / Portugal / 2011

. Schools award - Restart award for best Portuguese Competition feature-length film
Terra de Ninguém / No Man's Land
Salomé Lamas | 72' / Portugal / 2012

. Public Award - Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias for best Portuguese feature-length
Terra de Ninguém / No Man's Land
Salomé Lamas | 72' / Portugal / 2012

. C.P.L.P. Award - Award for the best Portuguese speaking countries feature-length film
Cativeiro / Captivity
André Gil Mata | 64' / Portugal / 2012


Doclisboa'12 Closing Party on saturday
2012/10/26
Passages Internacional Conference
2012/10/23

The programme of the International Debate Passages, organized by the occasion of the new section Passages, is now available. Eric Baudelaire, Alisa Lebow, Chantal Akerman, João Nisa e Augusto M. Seabra are some of the guests that will be present at the event.
Check the full programme here. 

The confluence of two simultaneous movements over the last years of the 20

the century - the «documentary turn» within contemporary art, and film passage to museums - triggered the redesigning of documental practices and opened new perspectives in the scope of theoretical production on this genre.The common denominator of most definitions of documentary, the "truth claim" is no longer fully operational, and implies a brand new approach. According to Maria Lind and Hito Steyerl, «the double bind is strong: on the one hand, documental images are most powerful than ever, and on the other hand documentary representations are not as trustworthy as they used to be».
Starting from this assertion, this goal of this debate is to question the relationships between documentary and fiction, and the role played by different notions - truth, authenticity, objectivity, and reality - within the current artistic documental practices. What about the new tools for re-thinking documentary outside its traditional boundaries? How do the traditional questions regarding truth, ethics, and reality are now made? What are the consequences affecting the negotiation protocols between spectator and work?

 


Programme


Thursday, Oct 25, 10h am

- Eric Baudelaire
- Alisa Lebow e Augusto Seabra in conversation with Chantal Akerman


Friday, Oct 26

- Aline Aillet: The documentary turn: rethinking documentary in the art arena
- Françoise Parfait
- João Nisa
- Nicole Brenez: Le Concept d'Art au Regard du Documentaire


Saturday, Oct 27 

- Jacinto Lageira: Ver, Rever, pre-ver
- Jean-Pierre Rehm
- Louidgi Beltrame
- Paula Albuquerque: Surveilling the Affected Algorithm

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