The road to Inhaminga, in Mozambique, is populated by ghosts that wander in the dark. The bullets fell silent almost half a century ago, but I can still hear their echo. I search for revolutions whose end I don't know. All I find along the way are words that stand the test of time.
Almost 30% of the population of Porto lives in council districts. It is a special experience when districts become small towns with their own customs and traditions.
It is the third Red Desert's film this month in Cinema na Baixa, a Porto Post Doc programming. Tomorrow, at 21h30.
We have a new film. Hands Cut, directed by Ricardo Leite, was presented at Desobedoc in Porto over the weekend. It offers a director's perspective on the closed borders and desperate refugees in Hungary and Serbia.
Bostofrio, où le ciel rejoint la terre will be presented at Europa 61, with the Director of Photography presenting the film on Saturday and the Sound Director on Sunday.