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A particular year, to which DocLisboa is adapting with a program that will take place over six different moments between the end of 2020 and the first quarter of 2021.

This year’s program of DocLisboa will consist of 206 films, including 31 world premieres and 30 international premieres, to come presented over the course of six different moments spread from October this year to March 2021. A particular model, that of this year, with meetings that will create the rigorously lived experience of the art of cinema, which is increasingly crucial in the era of the race to stream.

In this sense the direction of the festival invites the public of the Portuguese capital and beyond to a journey through six different program views: Signals (from 22 October to 1 November), Movements (from 5 to 11 November), Spaces of Intimacy (from 3 to 9 December), So Many Stories Left Untold (from 14 to 20 January), Archives of the Time Being (from 4th to 10th February) e Where I’m Coming From, Where I’m Going To (from 4 to 10 March).

In the first moment, opening of the dances in which what can be seen in the following months will be revealed, and in Signals there will be five films representative of the different programs, a selection with My love in David Teboul, Riverock by Paula Gaitan, War di Jose Oliveira and Marta Ramos, Chelas Nha You of the collective Bataclan 1950 and Bagabaga Studios, and finally Kubrick by Kubrick by Gregory Monro. A first moment completed by the already anticipated retrospective Permanent Travel – The Restless Cinema of Georgia and more.

Screenings will take place in physical cinemas in Lisbon, with the exception of some sections presented online. all the details on the moments of the program after the first one e any other information can be found on the official website of DocLisboa, to which we refer you.


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