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Doclisboa announces full 2022 programme for 20th anniversary edition

From 6 to 12 October, Doclisboa will take place in the usual venues of the festival around Lisbon. Now, the complete programme for this year’s edition has been announced. Celebrating 20 years in 2022, the festival has presented more than 3,500 films, including 548 world premieres, having welcomed an audience of more than half a million spectators over these two decades. The 20th edition is dedicated to Jean-Luc Godard, whose life is celebrated in each screening.

The new edition presents a programme composed of 281 films, 47 of which are world premieres and 28 are international premieres. The International Competition travels through 13 different territories and features the most recent works by Nikita Lavretski, Alejandro Vázquez San Miguel, Amber Bemak, Camille Degeye, Claudia Müller, Dominique Loreau, Gastón Sahajdacny, Jacques Kébadian, Léo Liotard, Rania Stephan, Shichiri Kei and Vadim Kostrov. Also on the bill will be 44 Portuguese films in this year’s edition. 12 will of these films feature the Portuguese Competition.

«From The Earth to the Moon» once again presents a set of attentive and critical perspectives on the world through the lens of history and contemporaneity. As part of the selection and in solidarity with the Ukrainian resistance to the Russian invasion, a restored copy of Olexander Dovzhenko’s Earth, together with a film produced in the current context of Ukraine, will be screened. «New Visions» then expands the boundaries of cinema with a programme that takes risks on new cinematographic languages, questioning different times and territories.

From 11 to 16 October, «Nebulae» – Doclisboa’s networking space – will also host new meetings for industry professionals and brings novelties. In partnership with the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, the first edition of Jumpgate – Inspiring European Producers will be held. It consists of an annual summit aimed at European producers from different areas and different levels of experience in the field of non-fiction film production. Nebulae also welcomes France as a Invited Country, as well as a new edition of Arché. It will also focus on «The Colonial Question Retrospective» and debate on Women in Cinema, Women at Work. Industry professionals will also meet to discuss methods and tools for creating audiences in yet another State of the Art.

Find more information on the full doclisboa 2022 programmeHERE

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