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Films / Portugal

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Review: The Portuguese Woman

Review: The Portuguese Woman

Portuguese director Rita Azevedo Gomes has taken on another literary challenge, and the result is a rich, varied and sophisticated feature  

16/11/2018 | Films | Portugal

Review: Carga

Review: Carga

Portuguese director Bruno Gaston tackles human trafficking in a violent feature debut that brings together an international cast  

13/11/2018 | Films | Portugal

Review: The Dead Queen

Review: The Dead Queen

António Ferreira revisits the tragic medieval love story of Don Pedro and Inês de Castro in his new film, now on general release in Portugal  

22/10/2018 | Films | Portugal

Review: Silent Meeting

Review: Silent Meeting

Miguel Clara Vasconcelos’ new release centres on a group of students taking part in a surreal initiation ritual  

11/04/2018 | Films | Portugal

Review: Apparition

Review: Apparition

The existentialist drama is Fernando Vendrell’s first feature in 12 years and is now on general release in Portugal  

27/03/2018 | Films | Portugal

Review: Amor Amor

Review: Amor Amor

Portuguese director Jorge Cramez returns with a loose adaptation of a Corneille play set in modern-day Lisbon  

14/02/2018 | Films | Portugal

Who Is Bárbara Virgínia?: Restoring the memory of Portuguese cinema

Who Is Bárbara Virgínia?: Restoring the memory of Portuguese cinema

Luísa Sequeira’s feature debut brings the only female director to make a film during the Portuguese dictatorship back to the limelight  

05/12/2017 | Films | Portugal

Peregrinação: Embracing ambiguity

Peregrinação: Embracing ambiguity

Portuguese director João Botelho adds another literary adaptation to his CV, depicting the trips of 16th-century author Fernão Mendes Pinto  

02/11/2017 | Films | Portugal

Al Berto: Liberty, there for the taking

Al Berto: Liberty, there for the taking

Vicente Alves do Ó focuses on the youth of Portuguese poet Al Berto, in a character-driven film set against the backdrop of post-revolutionary Portugal  

02/10/2017 | Films | Portugal

Fátima: On the road to redemption

Fátima: On the road to redemption

João Canijo’s new feature follows 11 actresses on a nine-day pilgrimage to the Sanctuary of Fátima  

04/05/2017 | Films | Portugal

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