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CINEMANDO ao ar livre: 'curtas'

Add to Calendar 2021-06-19 21:00:00 2021-06-19 23:00:00 CINEMANDO ao ar livre: 'curtas' OPEN AIR! Portuguese short films from the prestigious Festival Cinema from Vila do Conde and from ESAD.PT FREE ENTRANCE the following 5 short movies will be presented: From the Festival of Vila do Conde   Viagem a Cabo Verde by José Miguel Ribeiro, 2010 História de uma viagem de 60 dias a andar em Cabo Verde. Sem telemóvel ou relógio, sem programar antecipadamente e com o essencial às costas, o viajante descobre as montanhas, povoações, o mar, uma tartaruga, a música, as cabras, a bruma seca, os cabo-verdianos e acima de tudo uma parte essencial de si mesmo.   Coro de Amantes by Tiago Guedes, 2014 Dois pontos de vista. Um acontecimento extremo. Duas vozes. O ar já não entra, ar nenhum, nada. Tanto tempo perdido a fazer coisas sem importância. Entre Sombras by Alice Guimarães, Mónica Santos, 2018 Natália, refém de um trabalho entediante e repetitivo, envolve-se numa aventura em busca de um coração roubado. Num mundo surreal onde os corações podem ser depositados num banco, a protagonista atravessa vários perigos que a conduzem a um dilema: dar o seu coração ou guardá-lo para si. By students for the School of Art and Design of Caldas da Rainha:   De gente se fez história [History is made of people] by Inês Vila Cova, 2017 Documentary film about the life at the Caxinas community, starting from family accounts. Resorting to the non-linear crossing of recorded memories, Inês Vila Cova adds another texture to the narrative of this place transformed by time. The image of the wrapped net or the rope in the museum, illustrates the unity that is constituted by so many people and so many stories used to death. In Caxinas, Easter has a deep meaning. History of what the image and the time can do to a body-camera in the hand.   Helix [Hélice], Tiago Silva, 2017 On Ponte da Relva "Each thing has its sound". Conversation under a railway bridge exchanged for another: about what is left of the bridge and its memories. The charm of the sound and the echo that remain with the ruin. Mausoleo Castelbarco - Via Milano, 34, 21027 Ispra VA, Italy PT-Semester 2021 paulorosa.par@gmail.com Europe/Rome public
Location
Mausoleo Castelbarco - Via Milano, 34, 21027 Ispra VA, Italy
Mausoleo CastelBarco - short films

OPEN AIR!

Portuguese short films

from the prestigious Festival Cinema from Vila do Conde and from ESAD.PT

FREE ENTRANCE

the following 5 short movies will be presented:

From the Festival of Vila do Conde

 

Viagem a Cabo Verde by José Miguel Ribeiro, 2010

História de uma viagem de 60 dias a andar em Cabo Verde. Sem telemóvel ou relógio, sem programar antecipadamente e com o essencial às costas, o viajante descobre as montanhas, povoações, o mar, uma tartaruga, a música, as cabras, a bruma seca, os cabo-verdianos e acima de tudo uma parte essencial de si mesmo.
 

Coro de Amantes by Tiago Guedes, 2014

Dois pontos de vista. Um acontecimento extremo. Duas vozes. O ar já não entra, ar nenhum, nada. Tanto tempo perdido a fazer coisas sem importância.

Entre Sombras by Alice GuimarãesMónica Santos, 2018

Natália, refém de um trabalho entediante e repetitivo, envolve-se numa aventura em busca de um coração roubado. Num mundo surreal onde os corações podem ser depositados num banco, a protagonista atravessa vários perigos que a conduzem a um dilema: dar o seu coração ou guardá-lo para si.

By students for the School of Art and Design of Caldas da Rainha:

 

De gente se fez história [History is made of people] by Inês Vila Cova, 2017

Documentary film about the life at the Caxinas community, starting from family accounts. Resorting to the non-linear crossing of recorded memories, Inês Vila Cova adds another texture to the narrative of this place transformed by time. The image of the wrapped net or the rope in the museum, illustrates the unity that is constituted by so many people and so many stories used to death. In Caxinas, Easter has a deep meaning. History of what the image and the time can do to a body-camera in the hand.

 

Helix [Hélice], Tiago Silva, 2017

On Ponte da Relva "Each thing has its sound". Conversation under a railway bridge exchanged for another: about what is left of the bridge and its memories. The charm of the sound and the echo that remain with the ruin.

CINEMANDO: THE SEA IS THE LAND. O MAR É A TERRA 4 - short films

Add to Calendar 2021-05-29 16:00:00 2021-05-29 18:00:00 CINEMANDO: THE SEA IS THE LAND. O MAR É A TERRA 4 - short films CINEMANDO: THE SEA IS THE LAND. O MAR É A TERRA. Session 4. In collaboration with the Escola Superior de Artes e Design esad.pt, the PT semester proudly presents this series of short films produced by students of ESAD: the sea is the land. <The authors will be present and happy to respond to your questions.> "The Sea is the Land is the name we found for this programme that celebrates the culture and the art made in Portugal, at Escola Superior de Artes e Design das Caldas da Rainha, of Politécnico de Leiria, during the semester of the Portuguese presidency of the European Union. If we speak of Sea, in the month of the New European Bauhaus conference, we necessarily speak of the Earth and Land we don't inhabit alone. Let's imagine that the Sea was really out of sight, that the maritime horizon was forever, sustained by our explorer's, navigator's, artist's or visionary's look, or another one than that of a surveyor - the sea didn't end and the Earth was Sea. Such an Earth, for the surveyor, would be flat and, as in Edwin Abott's Flatland, or E. M. Forster’s The Machine Stops, would require exploration. This programme brings many seas, with many horizons and even no horizons. The Earth is not flat, it is a blue thing in space that we care about, it is liquid on the outside - and on the inside? The Earth is also dirt, leftover from magma, transformed into stone, mud, Sea and life. This programme is about transformations from young students into adult students, with a look at life on Earth and a very serious concern for the present and for life in the future. Final note: we love surveyors, but understand that in this context it is a fitting metaphor." ESAD   Sessão 4 – imersão A quarta sessão do programa de curtas com debate O Mar é a Terra, em colaboração com o semestre português do JRC em Ispra, Itália, junta-se ao Leiria FilmFest 2021 na tarde dedicada aos filmes da ESAD.CR – Politécnico de Leiria.   Pelágico, Pedro Koch, 2017 Uma viagem sobre a evolução do peixe guiada pelas mãos do homem que não tem a certeza se o deve comer ou domesticar. EN subtitles. Hélice, Tiago Silva, 2017 Na Ponte da Relva “Cada coisa tem o seu som”. Conversa debaixo de uma ponte ferroviária trocada por outra: sobre o que sobra da ponte e das suas memórias. O encanto do som e do eco que ficam com a ruína. EN subtitles. Águas Vivas, Joana Schurr, 2020 Útero: lugar primordial da existência do ser humano, capaz de propulsionar o crescimento da cidade interna. Uma dimensão simbólica dos espaços psíquicos que constroem a identidade. EN subtitles.   ENG Session 4 - immersion Pelagic, Pedro Koch, 2017 A journey about the evolution of fish guided by the hands of man who is not sure whether to eat it or domesticate it.   Helix, Tiago Silva, 2017 On Ponte da Relva "Each thing has its sound". Conversation under a railway bridge exchanged for another: about what is left of the bridge and its memories. The charm of the sound and the echo that remain with the ruin.   Águas Vivas, Joana Schurr, 2020 Womb: primordial place of the human being's existence, capable of propelling the growth of the inner city. A symbolic dimension of the psychic spaces that build identity.   Online. Zoom. PT-Semester 2021 paulorosa.par@gmail.com Europe/Rome public
Location
Online. Zoom.
O Mar é a terra. poster

CINEMANDO: THE SEA IS THE LAND. O MAR É A TERRA. Session 4.

In collaboration with the Escola Superior de Artes e Design esad.pt, the PT semester proudly presents this series of short films produced by students of ESAD: the sea is the land.

<The authors will be present and happy to respond to your questions.>

"The Sea is the Land is the name we found for this programme that celebrates the culture and the art made in Portugal, at Escola Superior de Artes e Design das Caldas da Rainha, of Politécnico de Leiria, during the semester of the Portuguese presidency of the European Union.

If we speak of Sea, in the month of the New European Bauhaus conference, we necessarily speak of the Earth and Land we don't inhabit alone.

Let's imagine that the Sea was really out of sight, that the maritime horizon was forever, sustained by our explorer's, navigator's, artist's or visionary's look, or another one than that of a surveyor - the sea didn't end and the Earth was Sea. Such an Earth, for the surveyor, would be flat and, as in Edwin Abott's Flatland, or E. M. Forster’s The Machine Stops, would require exploration. This programme brings many seas, with many horizons and even no horizons. The Earth is not flat, it is a blue thing in space that we care about, it is liquid on the outside - and on the inside?

The Earth is also dirt, leftover from magma, transformed into stone, mud, Sea and life.

This programme is about transformations from young students into adult students, with a look at life on Earth and a very serious concern for the present and for life in the future.

Final note: we love surveyors, but understand that in this context it is a fitting metaphor." ESAD

 

Sessão 4 – imersão

A quarta sessão do programa de curtas com debate O Mar é a Terra, em colaboração com o semestre português do JRC em Ispra, Itália, junta-se ao Leiria FilmFest 2021 na tarde dedicada aos filmes da ESAD.CR – Politécnico de Leiria.

 

Pelágico, Pedro Koch, 2017

Uma viagem sobre a evolução do peixe guiada pelas mãos do homem que não tem a certeza se o deve comer ou domesticar.

EN subtitles.

Hélice, Tiago Silva, 2017

Na Ponte da Relva “Cada coisa tem o seu som”. Conversa debaixo de uma ponte ferroviária trocada por outra: sobre o que sobra da ponte e das suas memórias. O encanto do som e do eco que ficam com a ruína.

EN subtitles.

Águas Vivas, Joana Schurr, 2020

Útero: lugar primordial da existência do ser humano, capaz de propulsionar o crescimento da cidade interna. Uma dimensão simbólica dos espaços psíquicos que constroem a identidade.

EN subtitles.

 

ENG

Session 4 - immersion

Pelagic, Pedro Koch, 2017

A journey about the evolution of fish guided by the hands of man who is not sure whether to eat it or domesticate it.

 

Helix, Tiago Silva, 2017

On Ponte da Relva "Each thing has its sound". Conversation under a railway bridge exchanged for another: about what is left of the bridge and its memories. The charm of the sound and the echo that remain with the ruin.

 

Águas Vivas, Joana Schurr, 2020

Womb: primordial place of the human being's existence, capable of propelling the growth of the inner city. A symbolic dimension of the psychic spaces that build identity.

 

CINEMANDO: O MAR É A TERRA. THE SEA IS THE LAND 3 - short films

Add to Calendar 2021-05-11 21:00:00 2021-05-11 23:00:00 CINEMANDO: O MAR É A TERRA. THE SEA IS THE LAND 3 - short films THE SEA IS THE LAND. O MAR É A TERRA. Session 3. In collaboration with the Escola Superior de Artes e Design esad.pt, the PT semester proudly presents this series of short films produced by students of ESAD: the sea is the land. <The authors will be present and happy to respond to your questions.> "The Sea is the Earth is the name we found for this programme that celebrates the culture and the art made in Portugal, at Escola Superior de Artes e Design das Caldas da Rainha, of Politécnico de Leiria, during the semester of the Portuguese presidency of the European Union. If we speak of Sea, in the month of the New European Bauhaus conference, we necessarily speak of the Earth we don't inhabit alone. Let's imagine that the Sea was really out of sight, that the maritime horizon was forever, sustained by our explorer's, navigator's, artist's or visionary's look, or another one than that of a surveyor - the sea didn't end and the Earth was Sea. Such an Earth, for the surveyor, would be flat and, as in Edwin Abott's Flatland, or E. M. Forster’s The Machine Stops, would require exploration. This programme brings many seas, with many horizons and even no horizons. The Earth is not flat, it is a blue thing in space that we care about, it is liquid on the outside - and on the inside? The Earth is also dirt, leftover from magma, transformed into stone, mud, Sea and life. This programme is about transformations from young students into adult students, with a look at life on Earth and a very serious concern for the present and for life in the future. Final note: we love surveyors, but understand that in this context it is a fitting metaphor." the impossible limits of islands of light - session 3 Seed, Mariana Neves, 2019 A goddess that "is all of us" crosses the landscape and transforms it in our gaze. This film embeds us into the landscape of life on Earth, human and living in as many scales and forms as we find in everything we can call life. A film populated by lifelines, outside of time - without beginning and without end - and within the durations of the female body in history. It deals with the humidity, the mud, the watery matter of creation and what remains after the passing of a humanity.       Contrafogo, Carolina Vieira, 2020 Let us imagine that we are spectators in the room where Butades' daughter draws the outline of her beloved before leaving for war, as described by Pliny the Elder in Natural History. We are, with Butades' family, witnessing the invention of the drawing that fixes a silhouette, a shadow projected onto a wall. Let us imagine the past year and its possibilities, in the context of the pandemic and the rediscovery of the power of imagination. The image remains. A powerful film. A bird hovering through the dancing tress, Irina Oliveira, 2020 A film dedicated to all dreamers. Life during a suspended time seems as we imagine it. The duration of light landing on things, and the sound of things reverberating in our mind.  ~*~*~ Sessão 3 – os limites impossíveis das ilhas de luz Semente, Mariana Neves, 2019 Uma deusa que “somos todos nós” atravessa a paisagem e transforma-a no nosso olhar. Este filme integra-nos na paisagem da vida na Terra, humanos e vivos em tantas escalas e formas quantas as que encontramos em tudo o que podemos chamar vida. Filme povoado por linhas de vida, fora do tempo – sem início e sem fim – e dentro das durações do corpo feminino na história, debruça-se sobre a humidade, o lodo, a matéria aquosa da criação e o que fica depois da passagem de uma humanidade. Contrafogo, Carolina Vieira, 2020 Imaginemos que somos espetadores no quarto onde a filha de Butades desenha o contorno do seu amado antes de partir para a guerra, conforme descrito por Plínio, o Velho, na História Natural. Estamos, com a família de Butades, a assistir à invenção do desenho que fixa uma silhueta, uma sombra projetada numa parede. Imaginemos o ano passado e as suas possibilidades, no contexto da pandemia e da redescoberta do poder da imaginação, e que somos uma parte da vida de Carolina Vieira. A imagem fica. Um filme poderoso. Semear, ouvir, fluir, Irina Oliveira, 2020 Um filme dedicado a todos os sonhadores. A vida durante um tempo suspenso parece como a imaginamos. A duração da luz a poisar nas coisas, e o som das coisas a reverberar na nossa mente.   Online. Zoom. PT-Semester 2021 paulorosa.par@gmail.com Europe/Rome public
Location
Online. Zoom.
O Mar é a terra. poster

THE SEA IS THE LAND. O MAR É A TERRA. Session 3.

In collaboration with the Escola Superior de Artes e Design esad.pt, the PT semester proudly presents this series of short films produced by students of ESAD: the sea is the land.

<The authors will be present and happy to respond to your questions.>

"The Sea is the Earth is the name we found for this programme that celebrates the culture and the art made in Portugal, at Escola Superior de Artes e Design das Caldas da Rainha, of Politécnico de Leiria, during the semester of the Portuguese presidency of the European Union.

If we speak of Sea, in the month of the New European Bauhaus conference, we necessarily speak of the Earth we don't inhabit alone.

Let's imagine that the Sea was really out of sight, that the maritime horizon was forever, sustained by our explorer's, navigator's, artist's or visionary's look, or another one than that of a surveyor - the sea didn't end and the Earth was Sea. Such an Earth, for the surveyor, would be flat and, as in Edwin Abott's Flatland, or E. M. Forster’s The Machine Stops, would require exploration. This programme brings many seas, with many horizons and even no horizons. The Earth is not flat, it is a blue thing in space that we care about, it is liquid on the outside - and on the inside?

The Earth is also dirt, leftover from magma, transformed into stone, mud, Sea and life.

This programme is about transformations from young students into adult students, with a look at life on Earth and a very serious concern for the present and for life in the future.

Final note: we love surveyors, but understand that in this context it is a fitting metaphor."

the impossible limits of islands of light - session 3

Seed, Mariana Neves, 2019

A goddess that "is all of us" crosses the landscape and transforms it in our gaze. This film embeds us into the landscape of life on Earth, human and living in as many scales and forms as we find in everything we can call life. A film populated by lifelines, outside of time - without beginning and without end - and within the durations of the female body in history. It deals with the humidity, the mud, the watery matter of creation and what remains after the passing of a humanity.      

Contrafogo, Carolina Vieira, 2020

Let us imagine that we are spectators in the room where Butades' daughter draws the outline of her beloved before leaving for war, as described by Pliny the Elder in Natural History. We are, with Butades' family, witnessing the invention of the drawing that fixes a silhouette, a shadow projected onto a wall. Let us imagine the past year and its possibilities, in the context of the pandemic and the rediscovery of the power of imagination. The image remains. A powerful film.

A bird hovering through the dancing tress, Irina Oliveira, 2020

A film dedicated to all dreamers. Life during a suspended time seems as we imagine it. The duration of light landing on things, and the sound of things reverberating in our mind.

 ~*~*~

Sessão 3 – os limites impossíveis das ilhas de luz

Semente, Mariana Neves, 2019

Uma deusa que “somos todos nós” atravessa a paisagem e transforma-a no nosso olhar. Este filme integra-nos na paisagem da vida na Terra, humanos e vivos em tantas escalas e formas quantas as que encontramos em tudo o que podemos chamar vida. Filme povoado por linhas de vida, fora do tempo – sem início e sem fim – e dentro das durações do corpo feminino na história, debruça-se sobre a humidade, o lodo, a matéria aquosa da criação e o que fica depois da passagem de uma humanidade.

Contrafogo, Carolina Vieira, 2020

Imaginemos que somos espetadores no quarto onde a filha de Butades desenha o contorno do seu amado antes de partir para a guerra, conforme descrito por Plínio, o Velho, na História Natural. Estamos, com a família de Butades, a assistir à invenção do desenho que fixa uma silhueta, uma sombra projetada numa parede. Imaginemos o ano passado e as suas possibilidades, no contexto da pandemia e da redescoberta do poder da imaginação, e que somos uma parte da vida de Carolina Vieira. A imagem fica. Um filme poderoso.

Semear, ouvir, fluir, Irina Oliveira, 2020

Um filme dedicado a todos os sonhadores. A vida durante um tempo suspenso parece como a imaginamos. A duração da luz a poisar nas coisas, e o som das coisas a reverberar na nossa mente.

 

CINEMANDO: O MAR É A TERRA. THE SEA IS THE LAND 2 - short films

Add to Calendar 2021-05-04 21:00:00 2021-05-04 23:00:00 CINEMANDO: O MAR É A TERRA. THE SEA IS THE LAND 2 - short films   CINEMANDO: THE SEA IS THE EARTH. O MAR É A TERRA. Session 2. <The texture on the margins> In collaboration with the Escola Superior de Artes e Design esad.pt, the PT semester proudly presents this series of short films produced by students of ESAD: the sea is the land. <The authors will be present and happy to respond to your questions.> "The Sea is the Earth is the name we found for this programme that celebrates the culture and the art made in Portugal, at Escola Superior de Artes e Design das Caldas da Rainha, of Politécnico de Leiria, during the semester of the Portuguese presidency of the European Union. If we speak of Sea, in the month of the New European Bauhaus, we necessarily speak of the Earth we don't inhabit alone. Let's imagine that the Sea was really out of sight, that the maritime horizon was forever, sustained by our explorer's, navigator's, artist's or visionary's look, or another one than that of a surveyor - the sea didn't end and the Earth was Sea. Such an Earth, for the surveyor, would be flat and, as in Edwin Abott's Flatland, or E. M. Forster’s The Machine Stops, would require exploration. This programme brings many seas, with many horizons and even no horizons. The Earth is not flat, it is a blue thing in space that we care about, it is liquid on the outside - and on the inside? The Earth is also dirt, leftover from magma, transformed into stone, mud, Sea and life. This programme is about transformations from young students into adult students, with a look at life on Earth and a very serious concern for the present and for life in the future. Final note: we love surveyors, but understand that in this context it is a fitting metaphor." ESAD Programme on 4th May: Moderation: Susana Nascimento, ESAD Short films: Ínsula [Island] by Luana Portella, 2018 A sober and intimate film, which shows us the confinement as a place to reflect on freedom. Luana Portella follows the artistic process of Catarina Fragueiro, a young artist and student of Fine Arts who reflects on the meanings that transform the world while guiding us through the margins of her work in the studio. Miradouro [Belvedere] by Carlota Flor, 2018 Journey of relentless discovery of the body-place. The film begins with the dirty camera and the muffled sound of a car engine that turns into a voice and sound of the sea. We discover ourselves in the other's feet walk to the sea, and return hanging on the other's body. As body on camera, we feel the world very close, as rough texture, sensual and attached to the other’s body, or ours?. The film talks about a place-body and the site it creates through occupation. From the viewer body we observe the others’. Bildvisningen by Nuno Braumann, 2018 Silent film about time or the deferment between landscapes. De gente se fez história [History is made of people] by Inês Vila Cova, 2017 Documentary film about the life at the Caxinas community, starting from family accounts. Resorting to the non-linear crossing of recorded memories, Inês Vila Flor adds another texture to the narrative of this place transformed by time. The image of the wrapped net or the rope in the museum, illustrates the unity that is constituted by so many people and so many stories used to death. In Caxinas, Easter has a deep meaning. History of what the image and the time can do to a body-camera in the hand.   PT Ínsula, de Luana Portella, 2018 Filme sóbrio e íntimo, que nos mostra o confinamento como lugar de reflexão sobre a liberdade. Luana Portella acompanha o processo artístico de Catarina Fragueiro, jovem artista e estudante de Artes Plásticas que reflete sobre os significados que transformam o mundo enquanto nos guia pelas margens do seu trabalho no atelier.   Miradouro, Carlota Flor, 2018 Viagem de descoberta implacável do corpo lugar. O filme começa com a câmara suja e o som abafado do motor de um carro que se transforma em voz e som de mar. Descobrimos que nós nos pés do outro caminhamos para o mar e regressamos pendurados no corpo do outro. Nós como corpo na câmara sentimos o mundo muito próximo, como textura áspera, sensual e preso ao corpo. O filme fala sobre um corpo lugar e sobre o lugar que ocupa. Do corpo miradouro observamos os outros.   BILDVISNINGEN, Nuno Braumann, 2018 Filme silencioso sobre o tempo ou a demora entre paisagens.   De Gente Se Fez História, Inês Vila Cova, 2017 Filme documentário sobre a vida em terra da comunidade das Caxinas, partindo de relatos familiares. Recorrendo ao cruzamento não linear de memórias gravadas, Inês Vila Flor acrescenta outra textura à narrativa deste lugar transformado pelo tempo. A imagem da rede embrulhada ou da corda no museu, ilustra a unidade que se constitui por tantas pessoas e tantas histórias habituadas à morte. Nas Caxinas, a Páscoa tem um significado profundo. História do que a imagem e o tempo podem fazer a uma câmara-corpo na mão. Online. Zoom. PT-Semester 2021 paulorosa.par@gmail.com Europe/Rome public
Location
Online. Zoom.
O Mar é a terra. poster

 

CINEMANDO: THE SEA IS THE EARTH. O MAR É A TERRA. Session 2.

<The texture on the margins>

In collaboration with the Escola Superior de Artes e Design esad.pt, the PT semester proudly presents this series of short films produced by students of ESAD: the sea is the land.

<The authors will be present and happy to respond to your questions.>

"The Sea is the Earth is the name we found for this programme that celebrates the culture and the art made in Portugal, at Escola Superior de Artes e Design das Caldas da Rainha, of Politécnico de Leiria, during the semester of the Portuguese presidency of the European Union.

If we speak of Sea, in the month of the New European Bauhaus, we necessarily speak of the Earth we don't inhabit alone.

Let's imagine that the Sea was really out of sight, that the maritime horizon was forever, sustained by our explorer's, navigator's, artist's or visionary's look, or another one than that of a surveyor - the sea didn't end and the Earth was Sea. Such an Earth, for the surveyor, would be flat and, as in Edwin Abott's Flatland, or E. M. Forster’s The Machine Stops, would require exploration. This programme brings many seas, with many horizons and even no horizons. The Earth is not flat, it is a blue thing in space that we care about, it is liquid on the outside - and on the inside?

The Earth is also dirt, leftover from magma, transformed into stone, mud, Sea and life.

This programme is about transformations from young students into adult students, with a look at life on Earth and a very serious concern for the present and for life in the future.

Final note: we love surveyors, but understand that in this context it is a fitting metaphor." ESAD

Programme on 4th May:

Moderation: Susana Nascimento, ESAD

Short films:

Ínsula [Island] by Luana Portella, 2018

A sober and intimate film, which shows us the confinement as a place to reflect on freedom. Luana Portella follows the artistic process of Catarina Fragueiro, a young artist and student of Fine Arts who reflects on the meanings that transform the world while guiding us through the margins of her work in the studio.


Miradouro [Belvedere] by Carlota Flor, 2018

Journey of relentless discovery of the body-place. The film begins with the dirty camera and the muffled sound of a car engine that turns into a voice and sound of the sea. We discover ourselves in the other's feet walk to the sea, and return hanging on the other's body. As body on camera, we feel the world very close, as rough texture, sensual and attached to the other’s body, or ours?. The film talks about a place-body and the site it creates through occupation. From the viewer body we observe the others’.


Bildvisningen by Nuno Braumann, 2018

Silent film about time or the deferment between landscapes.


De gente se fez história [History is made of people] by Inês Vila Cova, 2017

Documentary film about the life at the Caxinas community, starting from family accounts. Resorting to the non-linear crossing of recorded memories, Inês Vila Flor adds another texture to the narrative of this place transformed by time. The image of the wrapped net or the rope in the museum, illustrates the unity that is constituted by so many people and so many stories used to death. In Caxinas, Easter has a deep meaning. History of what the image and the time can do to a body-camera in the hand.

 

PT

Ínsula, de Luana Portella, 2018

Filme sóbrio e íntimo, que nos mostra o confinamento como lugar de reflexão sobre a liberdade. Luana Portella acompanha o processo artístico de Catarina Fragueiro, jovem artista e estudante de Artes Plásticas que reflete sobre os significados que transformam o mundo enquanto nos guia pelas margens do seu trabalho no atelier.

 

Miradouro, Carlota Flor, 2018

Viagem de descoberta implacável do corpo lugar. O filme começa com a câmara suja e o som abafado do motor de um carro que se transforma em voz e som de mar. Descobrimos que nós nos pés do outro caminhamos para o mar e regressamos pendurados no corpo do outro. Nós como corpo na câmara sentimos o mundo muito próximo, como textura áspera, sensual e preso ao corpo. O filme fala sobre um corpo lugar e sobre o lugar que ocupa. Do corpo miradouro observamos os outros.

 

BILDVISNINGEN, Nuno Braumann, 2018

Filme silencioso sobre o tempo ou a demora entre paisagens.

 

De Gente Se Fez História, Inês Vila Cova, 2017

Filme documentário sobre a vida em terra da comunidade das Caxinas, partindo de relatos familiares. Recorrendo ao cruzamento não linear de memórias gravadas, Inês Vila Flor acrescenta outra textura à narrativa deste lugar transformado pelo tempo. A imagem da rede embrulhada ou da corda no museu, ilustra a unidade que se constitui por tantas pessoas e tantas histórias habituadas à morte. Nas Caxinas, a Páscoa tem um significado profundo. História do que a imagem e o tempo podem fazer a uma câmara-corpo na mão.

CINEMANDO: O MAR É A TERRA. THE SEA IS THE LAND - short films

Add to Calendar 2021-04-27 21:00:00 2021-04-27 23:00:00 CINEMANDO: O MAR É A TERRA. THE SEA IS THE LAND - short films In collaboration with the Escola Superior de Artes e Design esad.pt, the PT semester proudly presents this series of short films produced by students of ESAD: the sea is the land. <The authors will be present and happy to respond to your questions.> "The Sea is the Earth is the name we found for this programme that celebrates the culture and the art made in Portugal, at Escola Superior de Artes e Design das Caldas da Rainha, of Politécnico de Leiria, during the semester of the Portuguese presidency of the European Union. If we speak of Sea, in the month of the New European Bauhaus conference, we necessarily speak of the Earth we don't inhabit alone. Let's imagine that the Sea was really out of sight, that the maritime horizon was forever, sustained by our explorer's, navigator's, artist's or visionary's look, or another one than that of a surveyor - the sea didn't end and the Earth was Sea. Such an Earth, for the surveyor, would be flat and, as in Edwin Abott's Flatland, or E. M. Forster’s The Machine Stops, would require exploration. This programme brings many seas, with many horizons and even no horizons. The Earth is not flat, it is a blue thing in space that we care about, it is liquid on the outside - and on the inside? The Earth is also dirt, leftover from magma, transformed into stone, mud, Sea and life. This programme is about transformations from young students into adult students, with a look at life on Earth and a very serious concern for the present and for life in the future. Final note: we love surveyors, but understand that in this context it is a fitting metaphor." Dates 27/04/2021 at 21:00 CEST 4/05/2021 at 21:00 CEST 11/05/2021 at 21:00 CEST 29/05/2021 at 21:00 CEST More information PROGRAMME – The Sea is the Earth Shorts sessions with debate Session 1 - spaces between the margins In this session, beyond the maritime element, we seek to explore the space between the margins of the sea that separates the continents and the common sky that shelters it, the spaces contiguous to the body and to a building, of the community as an island and the space we dream of to rebuild the world. “Entre o Céu e a Terra” (Between Sky and Earth) – Giuliane Maciel, 2017 Synopsis: The film arises from the need of answers, from the director's search for her origins in memories and old tapes recorded by herself and her parents “Ficção Científica” (Science Fiction) – David Afonso, 2017 Synopsis: On a bank of Lisbon the Tagus River flows into the Atlantic Ocean where the Champalimaud Foundation is located, a minimalist, abstract and unique architecture by Charles Correa makes the author travel, makes him isolate himself from the rest of the people and their thoughts to imagine new lines, forms and a different future when he is in that space. A projection of his identity in the search for a greater beauty. "Há margem" (There is / We are margin) – Filipe Oliveira, 2019 Synopsis: The documentary takes place in a small illegal neighbourhood built on the banks of the Tagus River, overlooking the city of Lisbon on the other bank. The film relates some stories of the residents and the day to day lived there. “The gravitational field of time and space” – Inês França, 2021 Synopsis: Experimental film art. Hidden from the world, camouflaged and transformed into other things, our senses are transferred to a new nature, where the sea appears as a landscape not yet built or adapted by technology. A film reflecting on our confined aceptic condition. Let us imagine that now the organs of our bodies dissociated and started to explore the world independently. Would we have a new consciousness? What mind would emerge?   "We are very happy to be invited and to be able to share what we do, and proud too. We have a few ideas for this programme, and the first is four short film sessions followed by debates, with students and former students of ESAD.CR and moderated by teachers. We don't know if we should call them short films of the Sea or of the Earth, perhaps the title of the first one will do - Between the Sky and the Sea." ESAD. Online. ZOOM. PT-Semester 2021 paulorosa.par@gmail.com Europe/Rome public
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Online. ZOOM.
O MAR É A TERRA

In collaboration with the Escola Superior de Artes e Design esad.pt, the PT semester proudly presents this series of short films produced by students of ESAD: the sea is the land.

<The authors will be present and happy to respond to your questions.>

"The Sea is the Earth is the name we found for this programme that celebrates the culture and the art made in Portugal, at Escola Superior de Artes e Design das Caldas da Rainha, of Politécnico de Leiria, during the semester of the Portuguese presidency of the European Union.

If we speak of Sea, in the month of the New European Bauhaus conference, we necessarily speak of the Earth we don't inhabit alone.

Let's imagine that the Sea was really out of sight, that the maritime horizon was forever, sustained by our explorer's, navigator's, artist's or visionary's look, or another one than that of a surveyor - the sea didn't end and the Earth was Sea. Such an Earth, for the surveyor, would be flat and, as in Edwin Abott's Flatland, or E. M. Forster’s The Machine Stops, would require exploration. This programme brings many seas, with many horizons and even no horizons. The Earth is not flat, it is a blue thing in space that we care about, it is liquid on the outside - and on the inside?

The Earth is also dirt, leftover from magma, transformed into stone, mud, Sea and life.

This programme is about transformations from young students into adult students, with a look at life on Earth and a very serious concern for the present and for life in the future.

Final note: we love surveyors, but understand that in this context it is a fitting metaphor."

Dates

  • 27/04/2021 at 21:00 CEST
  • 4/05/2021 at 21:00 CEST
  • 11/05/2021 at 21:00 CEST
  • 29/05/2021 at 21:00 CEST

More information

PROGRAMME – The Sea is the Earth

Shorts sessions with debate

Session 1 - spaces between the margins

In this session, beyond the maritime element, we seek to explore the space between the margins of the sea that separates the continents and the common sky that shelters it, the spaces contiguous to the body and to a building, of the community as an island and the space we dream of to rebuild the world.

“Entre o Céu e a Terra” (Between Sky and Earth) – Giuliane Maciel, 2017

Synopsis: The film arises from the need of answers, from the director's search for her origins in memories and old tapes recorded by herself and her parents

“Ficção Científica” (Science Fiction) – David Afonso, 2017

Synopsis: On a bank of Lisbon the Tagus River flows into the Atlantic Ocean where the Champalimaud Foundation is located, a minimalist, abstract and unique architecture by Charles Correa makes the author travel, makes him isolate himself from the rest of the people and their thoughts to imagine new lines, forms and a different future when he is in that space. A projection of his identity in the search for a greater beauty.

"Há margem" (There is / We are margin) – Filipe Oliveira, 2019

Synopsis: The documentary takes place in a small illegal neighbourhood built on the banks of the Tagus River, overlooking the city of Lisbon on the other bank. The film relates some stories of the residents and the day to day lived there.

“The gravitational field of time and space” – Inês França, 2021

Synopsis: Experimental film art. Hidden from the world, camouflaged and transformed into other things, our senses are transferred to a new nature, where the sea appears as a landscape not yet built or adapted by technology. A film reflecting on our confined aceptic condition. Let us imagine that now the organs of our bodies dissociated and started to explore the world independently. Would we have a new consciousness? What mind would emerge?

 

"We are very happy to be invited and to be able to share what we do, and proud too. We have a few ideas for this programme, and the first is four short film sessions followed by debates, with students and former students of ESAD.CR and moderated by teachers.

We don't know if we should call them short films of the Sea or of the Earth, perhaps the title of the first one will do - Between the Sky and the Sea." ESAD.