|Mo - So||9,00 Euro||Kino 1|
|Mo - So||7,00 Euro||Kino 2/3|
|Jeden Tag||3,00 Euro||für Freundeskreis-Mitglieder more|
|Ab 130 Minuten Filmlänge plus Euro -,50|
|Ab 150 Minuten Filmlänge plus Euro 1,-|
|Kinderfilm||4,- Euro||für Kinder bis 14 Jahre|
|Bei Sonderveranstaltungen gesonderte Preise (laut Aushang)|
|Mi, 06.12. 19:00 NY Portuguese Short Film Festival 2017|
|Eintritt frei. KEINE Reservierungen möglich|
First Set (54 minutes)
Carga by Luis Campos
The Wood Craver or The World´s Most Beautiful Workshop by João Vasco
The Fear Installation by Ricardo Leite
You by Hugo Pinto
Once Upon a Thread by Patricia Figueiredo (Guest Short Film)
Second Set (54 minutes)
A Room in Lisbon by Francisco Carvalho
Alvanéu by André C. Santos
Manuel by Bruno Carnide
The Amazing Ordinary Man by Paulo Portugal
Ribbon Tooth by Sara Gouveira
A Long Day by Sérgio Graciano (Guest Short Film)
|A Long Day – Guest Short Film
The longest day of the short life of little John was the day he knew that his grandfather had died. It was a day that he would never forget. This is the story of how a 8 year old boy interprets death and mourning of one of the most important person in his life. João has the complicity and an understanding of young Louise, for whom this day is also strange and long.
Director: Sérgio Graciano
Fiction | 16′
ALVANÉU (a portuguese word meaning “someone that does or builds something, a mason”) is the report of 15 days of changes, of discovery, of transformation in the city of Estarreja and its community within the ESTAU. 15 days of smiles, stress, music, paint, lots of paint, dance, great food, nature and so much more.
Director: André C. Santos
Documentary | 7′
In a small fishing village, two kids play an active role in the traffic of illicit substances. When the older prepares an escape plan, the younger has to deal with the adversities of being left behind.
Director: Luis Campos
Fiction | 14′
His name is Manuel. 71 years old. Widowed. Carpenter. Owner of a coffee lot at Roça Monte Café (Sao Tome and Principe). Land from which everything springs, without asking permission. He tells a unique story of a country that has forgotten how it was when it produced coffee. Manuel is one of the few people producing coffee in São Tomé and Príncipe.
Director: Bruno Carnide
Documentary | 7′
We observe a young woman struggling with writer’s block as she is forced to face the paradoxical dreamlike nature of her own existence. Following a period of internal distress, she finally crosses the line that separates her inner and outer worlds in the hope to find the answers she longs for.
Director: Sara Gouveia 5′
|The Amazing Ordinary
In a city full of super heroes, an ordinary man struggles to overcome the loss of his wife. When a child’s life is on the line he outperforms a hero in order to save the day.
Director: Paulo Portugal, animation, 4'
|The Fear Installation
The Woman opens the front door. Two men greet her by saying “Good morning my lady, we came to install the fear.”
Director: Ricardo Leite
Fiction | 14′
Wood Carver or The World´s Most Beautiful Workshop
Built after the earthquake of 1531, Bairro Alto is one of the most typical neighborhoods in Lisbon. Apart from the night life that has always been present, traditional commerce has proliferated, evoking the village that hides in the metropolis. New laws now dictate the closure of shops and other businesses but also the closing of life chapters.
Director: João Vasco
Documentary | 10′
“Tu” is a love story that happens in a moment in wich the last thing you want to do is to fall in love, but falling in love is probally the only way you have to go on with your life.
Director: Hugo Pinto
Fiction | 11′