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Highlights from Porto Femme 2021 - Online edition

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PORTO FEMME - INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2021

PORTO FEMME ONLINE

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"Modo de Sylvie”, de/by Verica Pospíšilová Kordić

 

A 4ª edição do Porto Femme - Festival Internacional de Cinema irá continuar desta vez online.
Depois de ter decorrido presencialmente durante 6 dias na cidade do Porto, o Festival Porto Femme, irá descolar-se até sua casa, numa vertente online, onde poderão assistir a alguns dos filmes que estiveram em exibição no festival.
Quem pretender assistir a alguns dos programas do festival, deverá enviar e-mail para portofemme@gmail.com indicando o e-mail com o qual será convidado a aceder à plataforma. O acesso é gratuito para as primeiras 500 inscrições, estando restrito a residentes em Portugal.
 

EXTENSÕES PORTO FEMME

O Porto Femme continuará no formato presencial com as suas itinerâncias e as regulares Femmes Sessions.
O público terá a oportunidade de assistir a alguns dos filmes premiados nas Femme Sessions.
Dia 20 de Outubro regressa ao Avenida Café Concerto, Aveiro, e no dia 27 será a vez dos Maus Hábitos, Porto, acolherem mais uma Femme Session.
Nesta primeira sessão o público poderá assistir a quatro curtas-metragens vencedoras da Competição Internacional desta 4ª Edição.
O público poderá assistir a “Visões de Copacabana - uma breve trilogia do acaso” de Rita Brás que recebeu uma menção especial na competição internacional de documentário, assim como melhor curta de animação “Modo de Sylvie”, de Verica Pospíšilová Kordić.
“Camille e eu”, de Marie Cogné, que venceu na categoria de melhor curta de ficção, assim como o grande prémio de Lutas e Direitos das Mulheres também será exibido.
Para concluir a sessão será exibida a melhor curta experimental, “Rever”, de Raquel Gandra, que nos chega do Brasil.
Nesta sessão estará presente a realizadora Raquel Granda, realizadora do filme “Rever”, vencedor do melhor filme experimental desta competição.
A iniciar a sessão, apresentamos a performance “Travessia Feminista - Experimento 03” uma criação e actuação de Maria de Maria, que une trechos de dois textos que tratam dos papéis, bem definidos, que são atribuídos às mulheres e os limites ao qual estão sujeitas. Seja o limite territorial ou comportamental que, na maioria das vezes, tentam delimitar seus espaços e censurar seus corpos.
 

 

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“Visões de Copacabana - uma breve trilogia do acaso”, de/by Rita Brás

 

 

 

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“Rever”, de/by Raquel Gandra

 

PORTO FEMME ONLINE


The 4th edition of Porto Femme - International Film Festival will continue online this time.
After having taken place in person for 6 days in the city of Porto, the Porto Femme Festival will go to your home, in an virtual way, where you will be able to watch some of the films that were shown at the festival.
Anyone wishing to attend some of the festival's programs should send an email to portofemme@gmail.com indicating the email with which they will be invited to access the platform. Access is free for the first 500 registrations, being restricted to residents in Portugal.
 

PORTO FEMME EXTENSIONS


Porto Femme will continue in face-to-face format with its itineraries and regular Femmes Sessions.
Audiences will have the opportunity to watch some of the award-winning films at the Femme Sessions.
On the 20th of October Porto Femme returns to Avenida Café Concerto, in Aveiro, and on the 27th it will be Maus Hábito’s turn, in Oporto, to host another Femme Session.
In this first session, the public will be able to watch four winning short films of the International Competition of this 4th Edition.
The public will be able to watch “Visões de Copacabana - a brief trilogy of chance” by Rita Brás that received a special mention in the international documentary competition, as well as the best animation short “Sylvie's Mode” by Verica Pospíšilová Kordić.
“Camille e eu” by Marie Cogné, which won in the category of best short fiction, as well as the grand prize for Fights and Women's Rights, will also be shown.
To conclude the session, the best experimental short film, “Rever” by Raquel Gandra, directly arriving from Brazil, will be shown.
This session will be attended by the director Raquel Granda, director of the film “Rever”, winner of the best experimental film.
At the beginning of the session, we present the performance “Travessia Feminista - Experimento 03”, a creation and performance by Maria de Maria, which brings together excerpts from two texts that deal with the well-defined roles that are attributed to women and the limits to which they are subject. . Be it the territorial or behavioral boundary that, most of the time, try to delimit their spaces and censor their bodies.
 

 

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“Camille e eu”, de/by Marie Cogné

 

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