As Maçãs Azuis at Caminhos do Cinema Português

As Maçãs Azuis, by Ricardo Leite was selected for the Caminhos do Cinema Português 2022 Competition. The film is produced by Red Desert.

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Edila Gaitonde was the first Portuguese woman to marry a Hindu Goan during the dictatorship. Her husband, Pundalik Gaitonde, was one of the main freedom fighters for Goa’s independence. Pianist, radio announcer, filmmaker, fighter – Edila witnessed the most important changes of the 20th century. She passed away in 2021 at the age of 100, but she left stories about a forgotten Goa and Portugal. Her accounts, photographs and dozens of unreleased super 8 films are the palette to tell her life story.

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