Porto/Post/Doc, will award a prize to an Archá participant: a Arché Award – Moinho da Fonte Santa Award, consisting of a two weeks artistic residency in Moinho da Fonte Santa, in Alandroal between Aril and October 2018.
Jean-Pierre Rehm is a film theorist, critic and, since 2002, director of FID Marseille – International Documentary Film Festival. He studied Modern Literature and Philosophy at the Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) in Paris/France. Jean-Pierre Rehm is an editor of Cahiers du Cinéma and a regular author of film and art reviews, exhibition catalogues, artist and filmmaker monographs. He has curated a number of exhibitions of contemporary art, both in France and abroad, e.g., in Egypt (Cairo Museum of Modern Art), the Netherlands (Witte de With, Rotterdam) or Japan (Yokohama Art Center).
Born and lives in Porto. He is director and programmer of Porto/Post/Doc and also collaborates with Curtas Vila do Conde. Professor of film studies at School of Arts, at the Catholic University of Portugal and member of CITAR – Research Center for the Science and Technology of the Arts. He holds a PhD in Cultural Studies (University of Aveiro and University of Minho). He has written several articles and book chapters, especially on contemporary Portuguese cinema, and experimental and documentary cinema. Founding and current President of AIM – Portuguese Association of Moving Image Researchers.
Beli Martínez is a producer of films such as Arraianos (Eloy Enciso, 2012), Vikingland (Xurxo Chirro, 2011) and Jet Lag (Eloy D. Serén, 2013). She is graduated in Audiovisual Communication, Advertising and Public Relations, teacher at the Escola de Imaxe e Son in Coruña and in the University of Vigo. She recently completed a doctorate on non-fiction cinema in Galicia.