THE END is a theatre performance created by Estrutura + André Godinho and will be presented in two versions:
THE END (draft) November 10 to 12 – Teatro da Trindade, Lisboa
THE END (final draft) November 17 and 18 – Teatro do Campo Alegre, Porto.
This is why I don’t usually shave… but it’s alright, we’re gonna be alright.
WE’RE GONNA BE ALRIGHT is a theatre performance by Cão Solteiro & André Godinho
september 7 – 10 at Culturgest
Working on the different features that audiences look for in blockbusters, Cão Solteiro & André Godinho continue their research into the relationship between theatre and cinema, making a show about the most spectacular component of films: the special effects. Here the effects are not placed at the service of narrative, they replace it, indefinitely postponing it and ceasing to be special. Just as in early cinema, which was a fairground attraction, what we see here is the spectacle for its own sake, the effect without a cause, a montage of attractions. We’re Gonna Be Alright is a blockbusted with sex, blood and violence.
My documentary MHM about book publisher Manuel Hermínio Monteiro will be screened June 7 at 9:15pm, Feira do Livro de Lisboa.
My films “Ponto Morto” and “Fim da Fita” will be screened on the portuguese cinematheque May 29th at 7pm, in the program Cinema Português: Novos Olhares.
More info HERE.
The turkish play Ayakta Durmak Istiyorum/ I Want to Remain Standing directed by Pedro Zegre Penim (and video by me) will be performed in Istanbul at Yeldeğirmeni Sanat Merkezi, this thursday, december 8th. More info HERE.
António Gouveia and Alexandra Cook are going to be in Macau at the festival This is My City to talk about the documentary series No Trilho dos Naturalistas. My episode of the series, shot in Angola, is going to be screened at the talk. December 6th, at Casa Garden, 6pm.
My film No Trilho dos Naturalistas: Angola is going to be screened at DocLisboa in the presentation of their new festival Sci Doc.
Today, at the Hungarian Cultural Center in Istanbul, is the premiere of Ayakta Durmak Istiyorum/ I Want to Remain Standing, a play about the hungarian revolution of 1956.
Directed by a portuguese in turkish. I’m doing the international language of video.
My documentary No Trilho dos Naturalistas: Angola will be screened this sunday (25) on RTP Internacional (it will be screened at 12h according to RTP’s website, though I don’t know what this really means around the world…)
My film No Trilho dos Naturalistas: Angola, the second episode of the documentary series Tracking the Naturalists will premiere this saturday on national television.
July 30th, 20h, RTP2