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Curtas 2021: Portuguese Competition

6 July 2021
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A total of 236 films are part of the 2021 edition of Curtas Vila do Conde, which will take place between July 16th and 25th, and suggests a transversal look at world cinema, in a program where films dilate the time, expanding temporalities and decline chronologies and ephemeris.

17 films are part of the festival's Portuguese Competition, creating a route through Portuguese contemporary cinema: collective traditions and individual stories, rurality and its landscapes, family and intimacy, with the social tensions implied and approaches that challenge any normative or gender constraints. Works by directors who return to Curtas will be present, such as Ana Moreira, Ico Costa, Leonor Noivo, Eduardo Brito or Paulo Patrício; and others who have already achieved a certain notoriety, such as Paolo Marinou-Blanco or Filipe Melo, in addition to the new discoveries of the section.


PORTUGUESE COMPETITION

EMPTY HANDS by Paolo Marinou-Blanco · Portugal · 2021 · FIC · 15’

MIRAFLORES by Rodrigo Braz Teixeira · Portugal · 2021 · FIC · 18’

DAWN by Leonor Noivo · Portugal · 2021 · FIC/DOC · 28’

ARMAZÓNIA by Francisco Moura Relvas · Portugal · 2021 · FIC · 11’

CASSANDRA BITTER TONGUE by Ana Moreira · Portugal · 2021 · FIC · 20’

LONE WOLF by Filipe Melo · Portugal · 2021 · FIC · 22’

YOUR NAME IS by Paulo Patrício · Portugal/Belgium · 2021 · DOC/ANI · 24’

SKIN RIVER by Mário Macedo · Portugal · 2021 · FIC · 19’

CARTE BLANCHE by António-Pedro · Portugal · 2021 · DOC · 24’

OSO by Bruno Lourenço · Portugal · 2021 · FIC · 29’

THE HOUSE IN THE NORTH, by Inês Lima · Portugal · 2021 · DOC/EXP · 9’

LETHES, by Eduardo Brito · Portugal · 2021 · FIC · 16’

MATILDE LOOKS BACK, by Ana Mariz · Portugal · 2021 · FIC · 21’

NHA SUNHU, by José Magro · Portugal · 2021 · FIC · 20’

TIMKAT, by Ico Costa · Portugal · 2021 · DOC · 13’

IF WHAT I HEAR IS SILENCE, by Rosa Vale Cardoso · Portugal/Greece · 2020 · FIC · 22’

SORTES, by Mónica Martins Nunes · Portugal/Germany · 2021 · DOC · 39’

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