- Project Development Workshops
Arché workshops aim at providing projects the necessary tools to explore the subject and reflect upon the narrative strategies and include the viewing of footage and/or working versions in the case of projects in the editing stage or first cuts. Participants work collectively, with the different projects sharing experiences with a tutor, in order to question and enhance each of them.
- Pitching Session
Participants pitch their projects in 10 minutes presentations to industry guests. Producers, programmers, sales agents and other professionals attending Doclisboa will be invited.
- One-to-one Meetings
A series of dynamic meetings between participants and industry guests will take place.
OCT 24 – 28
OCT 22 (fri) / from 2.00 pm to 4.30 pm
On-site at São Jorge 2
Live streaming at nebulae.doclisboa.org
OCT 23 (sat) / from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm
Studied at the Lisbon Theatre and Film School and has a degree in philosophy from the Faculty of Letters of the University of Porto. Co-director and then director of Doclisboa from 2012 to 2019. Head of Sheffield DocFest from 2019 to 2021. Curated contemporary and historical film programmes, retrospectives and exhibitions. Member of the board of Apordoc – Portuguese Documentary Association since 2015 and a jury member at international film festivals.
Filmmaker and editor. Her work has been selected for international film festivals such as the Berlinale, San Sebastian and São Paulo, among others. She edited more than 25 feature films that premiered and have been awarded at IDFA, Rotterdam, the International Critics’ Week at Cannes, Moscow, etc. She also edited series for Netflix, HBO and Movistar. Diana teaches at the Pompeu Fabra University, the Cinema and Audiovisual School of Catalonia and the Netherlands Film Academy.
Started her musical career in music in 1994, participating in several projects (Pinhead Society, München, Minta & The Brook Trout and The Secret Museum of Mankind). Composed for film (Xavier and 4 Copas, by Manuel Mozos, and A Cara que Mereces, by Miguel Gomes) and theatre (Romance, Cinderela and Memorial, by Lígia Soares). Started writing film scripts in 2005. Has also worked as assistant dramatist in theatre productions since 2018.
Virginia García del Pino
She is part of the new Spanish auteur cinema, and she teaches in the scope of the master’s degree in documentary film at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Her work has been widely shown internationally at film festivals and contemporary art centres. Her first feature film, The Jury (2012), entered the competition at FID Marseile, FIC Valdivia and Punto de Vista. Her short film, A Squirrel Improvises (2017), won Malaga’s festival in 2018.