Gulbenkian and the Portuguese Cinema cycle – Territories of Passage – , curated by Miguel Valverde, shows the work of Portuguese film directors, supported by Gulbenkian Foundation over the last decade. This Program is inspired by the 6 mouvements of Symphony n.4 by Philip Glass.
Rio Corgo, by Sérgio da Costa and Maya Kosa
(95′) / 2015
Silva, an old tramp, with his bag over his shoulder, arrives in an isolated Portuguese village and moves into an abandoned house. He meets Ana, with whom he establishes a relationship of friendship and initiation. Fascinated by this man with his Romanesque life history, the youngster slides progressively towards his imaginary universe, peopled by supernatural beings among which the main figure is the loved and deceased Carolina. But Silva suffers strange crises that inevitably lead him to hospital, where a dozen benevolent women enter him. Will they be able to save him?
At the end of the session there is a conversation with the director, the curator Miguel Valverde and the italian film critic Paolo Moretti.
Maximum 2 tickets per person.
Twenty-One-Twelve, the day the world didn’t end, by Marco Martins
Fri, 23 June, 2017 – 19:00
Films by Pedro Peralta, Tomás Baltazar, Filipa César, João Viana
Sat, 24 June, 2017 – 19:00
Esta é a Minha Casa e Viagem à Expo, by João Pedro Rodrigues
Sun, 25 June, 2017 – 19:00
Films by Leonor Noivo and João Salaviza
Mon, 26 June, 2017 – 19:00
Films by Patrick Mendes, Gabriel Abrantes and Ben Rivers
Sat, 8 July, 2017 – 19:00
Films by Leonor Teles, João Nisa, Susana Nobre
Mon, 10 July, 2017 – 19:00
CIDADE, by Filipa Reis, João Miller Guerra, Leonor Noivo and Pedro Pinho
Mon, 17 July, 2017 – 19:00