Talk, Talk, Talk.

I was invited by Maria Sequeira Mendes to talk about my work at the II Ciclo Criação & Linguagem, a program that invites artists to discuss about their creating process.
On May 11th, at Teatro Sá da Bandeira in Santarém, I will show three of my shorts: La Chambre Jaune, Ponto Morto and Fim da Fita.
On the 14th I will sit with Maria and talk, talk, talk…

This weekend I’ll be home.


This weekend I’ll be part of the program “Estar em Casa” at S. Luiz theatre in Lisbon.
A program curated by journalist Anabela Mota Ribeiro and artist André e. Teodósio, around the idea of “Home”, transforming the whole theatre into their home.

Saturday, january 30th at 16h, you can watch my film “La Chambre Jaune“.
Sunday, january 31st at 21h, you can see “Play, The Film“, the theatre play I co-created with Cão Solteiro.

My new short film is now online!

My new short, LAST PLACE EX AEQUO, is now online on YouTube and on the Europoly page (in english and german versions).
This film is part of a series of films about Europe after the crisis. Each film has some statistics as starting point. My film is about the Eurovision Song Contest and the fact that Portugal always looses.
Featuring Swedish actress Nour El Refai and the Portuguese band BISPO. Check it out!!!!


This week I will finish Last Place.

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Later this week my new short film Last Place Ex Aequo will be premiered online. This film is part of the project Europoly that created 10 films about Europe after the crisis. Each film as a particular statistic as starting point and unites people from the opposite sides of the statistic. In this case a director and a band, BISPO, from portugal, and an actress from Sweden, Nour El Refai.
The film will be available on the 4th of december, but for now you can read an interview I gave about the film HERE.

Trying to rewrite Eurovision history


This weekend I will be shooting my next short, Last Place Ex Aequo. Part of the project Europoly, it’s a short film based on a statistic that says that Portugal is one of the countries that has the worst scores in the Eurovision Song Contest history, and it teams me up with Nour El Refai, an actress from Sweden, the country that has the best scores in the competition.