Portugal has 13 films selected for the 46th São Paulo International Film Festival.
The organization announced this year’s program, which contains 231 films from 60 countries, and runs between October 20th and November 2nd in a variety of spaces throughout the city of São Paulo.
The program includes six main components: International Perspective, New Directors Competition, Brazil Showcase, Restored Films, Special Presentation and Virtual Reality.
The Bride (A Noiva), by Sérgio Tréfaut (PT)
Field of Blood (Campo de Sangue), by João Mário Grilo – Produced by APM Produções, with support from FATC (PT)
Distopia, by Tiago Afonso (PT)
Kinorama – Cinema Fora de Órbita, by Edgar Pêra (PT)
Nothing Ever Happened (Nunca Nada Aconteceu), by Gonçalo Galvão Teles – Produced by Fado Films, with support from FATC (PT, BR)
Objetos de Luz, by Marie Carré and Acácio de Almeida (PT)
Pacifiction, by Albert Serra – Co-produced by Rosa Films, Andergraun Films and Idéale Audience, with support from FATC (PT, ES, FR)
Remains of the Wind (Restos do Vento), de Tiago Guedes – Co-produced by Leopardo Films, APM Produções, RTP, Alfama Films Production e ARTE France Cinéma, with support from FATC (PT, FR)
New Directors Competition
The Child (A Criança), by Marguerite De Hillerin and Félix Dutilloy-Liégeois (PT, FR)
Alma Viva, by Cristèle Alves Meira – Co-produced by Midas Films, Fluxus Films and Entre Chien et Loup, with support from FATC (PT, FR, BE)
Índia, by Telmo Churro (PT)
Nayola, by José Miguel Ribeiro – Co-produced by Praça Films, JPL Films, S.O.I.L. Productions, Il Luster, Luna Blue Films, with support from FATC (PT, FR, BE)
O Natal do Bruno Aleixo, by João Moreira (PT)
The films in the New Directors Competition also compete for the Jury Award.
View the complete selection at https://46.mostra.org/jornal-da-mostra/46a-lista-geral