Doclisboa announces details on first 2021 session: «So Many Stories Left Untold»

Doclisboa has announced details on its fourth session, the first of 2021, 14 – 20 January, centered around the theme of «So Many Stories Left Untold».

The fourth of six sessions see Doclisboa continue to highlight the importance of cinema as a space of encounter and debate. As part of its programme, Joana Pontes will present the world premiere of her new film, Visões do Império. To expand upon the film’s investigations, a special screening will be followed by a conversation with Pontes and guests at Lisbon’s Monument to the Discoveries. Throughout «So Many Stories Left Untold», Monument to the Discoveries will also open its doors to a cycle programmed by SOS Racismo, in the context of «Cinema of Urgency». Through a presentation of cinematic views from past and present, «Cinema to Fight Racism» proposes a deep reflection on the racialized subject mirrored in the collective perspective of our society.

Find more information on all the short and feature-length films playing Doclisboa «So Many Stories Left Untold» – HERE

Doclisboa «So Many Stories Left Untold» programme includes:

  • A Morte Branca do Feiticeiro Negro (dir. Rodrigo Ribeiro) – Brazil
  • A Storm Was Coming (dir. Javier Fernández Vázquez) – Spain
  • Downstream to Kinshasa (dir. Dieudo Hamadi) – Democratic Republic of the Congo, France, Belgium
  • Numbers (dir. Oleg Sentsov) – Ukraine, Poland, Czech Republic, France
  • The Last City (dir. Heinz Emigholz) – Germany
  • Visões do Império (dir. Joana Pontes) – Portugal
  • The Exit of Trains (dir. Radu Jude, Adrian Cioflâncă) – Romania
  • Fé, Esperança e Caridade (dir. Maria João Rocha) – Portugal
  • Luz nos Trópicos (dir. Paula Gaitán) – Brazil
  • A Maior Massa de Granito do Mundo (dir. Luis Felipe Labaki) – Brazil
  • A Revolt Without Images (dir. Pilar Monsell) – Spain
  • Untitled Sequence of Gaps (dir. Vika Kirchenbauer) – Germany
  • Playback (dir. Agustina Comedi) – Argentina
  • Everything May Go Awry (dir. Christophe Derouet) – France
  • Jean-François Stévenin – Simple Men (dir. Laurent Achard) – France
  • Radio Silence (dir. Juliana Fanjul) – Mexico, Switzerland
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