This seminar, designed in collaboration with UnionDocs Center for Documentary Art and highlighting the recipients of the newly established UNDO Fellowship alongside filmmakers in the Festival selection, will explore radical filmmaking practices and the expanding languages of documentary cinema. Four open conversations, each led by a different scholar or critical writer, will engage the work of 10 artists presented at Doclisboa’19. Each session will focus on a discrete question of representation: of historical liberation movements; of absences and exclusions in the archive; of appropriated text, images, and culture; and of the physical, sensual processes of an embedded existence. Sessions will be recorded and included in a podcast produced by UnionDocs.
22 OCT (Tuesday) / from 10.30am to 1.00pm, Culturgest – Room 4
• Erika Balsom / Éric Baudelaire
with Ghassan Salhab
23 OCT (Wednesday) / from 10.30am to 1.00pm, Culturgest – Room 4
• Dani and Sheilah ReStack / Steve Reinke
with Mania Akbari
24 OCT (Thursday) / from 10.30am to 1.00pm, Culturgest – Room 4
• James N. Kienitz Wilkins / Matthew Shen Goodman
with Daniel Hui, Thunska Pansittivorakul
25 OCT (Friday) / from 10.30am to 1.00pm, Culturgest – Room 4
• Nzingha Kendall / Madeleine Hunt-Ehrlich
with Camila Rodriguez Triana
Price (4 sessions):
General public – €30
Holders of the Gerador card – €20
Apordoc members and unaccredited students – €15
Accreditation holders – free, subject to a selection process
Maximum number of participants: 30
Subject to a selection process.
The submissions for the Filmmaking Seminar have closed on the 16th of October. We thank everyone for their interest. The participants will be contacted.