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Doclisboa announces 2021 Nebulae industry special activities

Nebulae, Doclisboa’s networking space, returns in a hybrid format from 21 to 25 October (in person), and through 31 October (online).

2021 Nebulae Activities

23 October (16:00 – 18:30) – State of the Art: Expanded Documentary: Alternative Circulation Strategies, Culturgest – Forum Debates
The term ‘circulation’ can be seen as a heterogeneous prism through which it’s possible to discover different and new perspectives. It invites to think in terms of plurality, exchanges and permeability between different institutions. This panel will stimulate a discussion, intended to challenge and expand the various approaches to moving images circulation, focussing on documentaries, by bringing together representatives of some of the most important and crucial cultural institutions promoting the circulation of films and contributing to the increasing strategic role played by art spaces in the promotion of cinema.

25 October – Visit to the National Archive of Moving Images (ANIM) (10:00 – 13:00)
At the National Archive of Moving Images (ANIM) one finds the lab responsible for the digitisation of 10 000 minutes of films deposited at Cinemateca—which is also a film museum—and in its custody. Nebulae guests will tour the heart of this operation, unveiling the processes through which one retrieves the memory and history of Portuguese cinema, in which the sea is a regular presence since 1896.

27 October – Canon Workshop | Making a documentary: the importance of video and photography (10:00 – 11:00) – São Jorge 2
Max participants: 40
Joel Santos, together with Magali Tarouca, is the author behind the documentary series Mundo à Vista and Portugal à Vista for the TV channel SIC, as well as a regular contributor to the magazine Visão, where one can find a photographic echo of many of the pieces created for television. Based on that film and photo experience, he’ll share stories, knowledge and techniques of making a documentary and using equipment in an open dialogue between the author and the participants.

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