A minha história não é igual à tua

Isto é PARTIS & Art for Change 2023

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Auditorium 3 Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
Video projection of the show "A minha história não é igual à tua" [My story is not the same as yours], presented at the Gulbenkian in 2022 with a group of inmates from the Linhó Prison, as part of the CORPOEMCADEIA project.

“A minha história não é igual à tua” [My story is not the same as yours] is a show created under the CORPOEMCADEIA project, developed by Companhia Olga Roriz with a group of inmates from the Linhó Prison and supported by the Gulbenkian Foundation’s PARTIS initiative since 2019. 

The show was presented in the Foundation’s Grand Auditorium in July 2022, and the video made on the day will be shown at the Isto é PARTIS & Art for Change 2023 event.

Duration 60 min.
Image © Susana Paiva

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Video and editing

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation

Director

Ana Cordeiro

Annotation

Anabela Salvador 

“A minha história não é igual à tua”

Director

Olga Roriz

Performers

Fábio Tavares
Jackson Teixeira
Jeferson Silva
Juvelino Moreira
Manuel Antunes
Nelson Varela
Paulo Barbosa
Rui Tiquina
Wilson Ribeiro

Music selection

Olga Roriz
João Rapozo

Costumes

Olga Roriz

Lighting design

Cristina Piedade

Soundtrack editing

João Rapozo

Assistant Director

Catarina Câmara

Rehearsal Assistant

Andreia Marinho

Sound editing and operation

Pontozurca

Manager and producer

Magda Bull

Communication

António Quadros Ferro

Production Assistant

Ricardo Domingos

Production

Companhia Olga Roriz

In partnership with

Direção-Geral de Reinserção e Serviços Prisionais/ Linhó Prison


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