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    Retrospetiva Margarida Cordeiro & António Reis - Jaime - Painéis do Porto - Do Céu ao Rio
    August 5, 2024
  • Programa
  • Monday
    21:30
    Small Auditorium
    4€
    Cartão Quadrilátero
    2€
     
    Book tickets
    Margarida Cordeiro & António Reis Retrospective 

    Jaime by António Reis 
    Painéis do Porto by António Reis 
    Do Céu ao Rio by António Reis and César Guerra Leal 

    Jaime
    by António Reis 
    1974 | Portugal | 35’ 

    Jaime is about the life and work of the painter Jaime Fernandes, a peasant born in Barco, Beira Baixa, in 1900. Stricken with mental illness at the age of 38, he was admitted to the Miguel Bombarda Hospital in Lisbon, where he stayed until his death at the age of 69. At the age of 65, he began painting and drawing and, over a short period of time, produced a brilliant pictorial work, which was recognized by European critics.

    Painéis do Porto 
    by António Reis 
    1963 | Portugal | 16’ 

    Supported by the Porto City Council in the 1960s, this short film by António Reis and César Guerra Leal is a visual essay on the city, with sequences filmed between Ribeira and Baixa and readings of poems by Vasco de Lima Couto, Egito Gonçalves, Rosália de Castro, Pedro Homem de Mello, Fernando Pessoa, and António Reis himself. The music is by Francisco Rebelo.

    Do Céu ao Rio
    by António Reis and César Guerra Leal 
    1964 | Portugal | 17’ 

    The second short film made by António Reis in partnership with producer César Guerra Leal premiered at the Ódeon cinema in Lisbon on January 29, 1964, and is presumed to have been commissioned by Hidro-Eléctrica do Cávado, as it reveals various aspects of the construction of the river basin's network of dams. It is narrated by Fernando Pessoa.


    For the month of August, Lucky Star - Cineclube de Braga has scheduled weekly screenings of a retrospective dedicated to Margarida Cordeiro and António Reis. Showing six films, this is a rare opportunity to get to know the three feature films and the medium-length film that make up the work and the most important part of the legacy of the authors from Trás-os-Montes. The influence of the pair of directors is immeasurable on cinema in Portugal and the rest of the world, starting with the repercussions of viewing their films and continuing through their work as teachers of various directors in our country. Cordeiro and Reis gave references and a past to those who didn't have one, rescuing popular culture and giving it a voice and a platform. 
Monday
21:30
Small Auditorium
4€
Cartão Quadrilátero
2€
 
Book tickets
Margarida Cordeiro & António Reis Retrospective 

Jaime by António Reis 
Painéis do Porto by António Reis 
Do Céu ao Rio by António Reis and César Guerra Leal 

Jaime
by António Reis 
1974 | Portugal | 35’ 

Jaime is about the life and work of the painter Jaime Fernandes, a peasant born in Barco, Beira Baixa, in 1900. Stricken with mental illness at the age of 38, he was admitted to the Miguel Bombarda Hospital in Lisbon, where he stayed until his death at the age of 69. At the age of 65, he began painting and drawing and, over a short period of time, produced a brilliant pictorial work, which was recognized by European critics.

Painéis do Porto 
by António Reis 
1963 | Portugal | 16’ 

Supported by the Porto City Council in the 1960s, this short film by António Reis and César Guerra Leal is a visual essay on the city, with sequences filmed between Ribeira and Baixa and readings of poems by Vasco de Lima Couto, Egito Gonçalves, Rosália de Castro, Pedro Homem de Mello, Fernando Pessoa, and António Reis himself. The music is by Francisco Rebelo.

Do Céu ao Rio
by António Reis and César Guerra Leal 
1964 | Portugal | 17’ 

The second short film made by António Reis in partnership with producer César Guerra Leal premiered at the Ódeon cinema in Lisbon on January 29, 1964, and is presumed to have been commissioned by Hidro-Eléctrica do Cávado, as it reveals various aspects of the construction of the river basin's network of dams. It is narrated by Fernando Pessoa.


For the month of August, Lucky Star - Cineclube de Braga has scheduled weekly screenings of a retrospective dedicated to Margarida Cordeiro and António Reis. Showing six films, this is a rare opportunity to get to know the three feature films and the medium-length film that make up the work and the most important part of the legacy of the authors from Trás-os-Montes. The influence of the pair of directors is immeasurable on cinema in Portugal and the rest of the world, starting with the repercussions of viewing their films and continuing through their work as teachers of various directors in our country. Cordeiro and Reis gave references and a past to those who didn't have one, rescuing popular culture and giving it a voice and a platform. 
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