The festival in Oviedo, Spain, invited the Portuguese director Pedro Neves to create a filmed postcard from his home during the State of Emergency in Portugal.
The film, a co-production between Red Desert - Curtas Vila do Conde CRL and directed by Pedro Neves, will be featured in the Outros Olhares section of the Festival.
Our new documentary, The Factory, directed by Pedro Neves and produced by Red Desert, was selected to the International and National Competition in Curtas Vila do Conde International Film Festival.
After being selected and awarded at several international film festivals, Bostofrio, où le ciel rejoint la terre has been selected for the Festival Cinematografico del Uruguay and the Cronograf International Documentary Film Festival in Moldova.
Geni, directed by Luís Vieira Campos, will be screened on November 24th, at 19h0 in Passos Manuel, as part of the Cinema Falado section.
The short documentary The Beach, directed by Pedro Neves, is part of the official selection of FestFilmes - Festival do Audiovisual Luso Afro Brasileiro, in Brazil.
Bostofrio, où le ciel rejoint la terre won the award for Best Documentary at the Filmes do Homem IFF
Bostofrio, où le ciel rejoint la terre, directed by Paulo Carneiro, won the award for Best Documentary at the Filmes do Homem International Film Festival in Melgaço, Portugal.
The film, shot during a workshop organized by Curtas Vila do Conde, will premiere at the Curtas Vila do Conde International Film Festival on Sunday, the 15th.
Bostofrio - où le ciel rejoint la terre was honored with a Special Mention from the Árvore da Vida Jury at IndieLisboa
Our new documentary, Bostofrio - où le ciel rejoint la terre, directed by Paulo Carneiro and produced by Red Desert, had its World Premiere and was honored with a Special Mention from the Árvore da Vida Jury at IndieLisboa.
The documentary, directed by Pedro Neves, was exhibited in the International Competition and won the Best Portuguese Documentary Award at Filmes do Homem IFF, held in Melgaço, Portugal.
The film, directed by Pedro Neves, will be in the International Competition at the São Paulo International Film Festival in Brazil.
Decades of conflict, gang dominance and violent clashes with the police have taken their toll on bodies, faces and buildings in S. João de Deus – a neighbourhood on the wrong side of the train tracks in the part of Porto where tourists never go.