Doclisboa postpones its fourth moment, “So Many Stories Left Untold”

Following the government’s announcement of new restrictions in Portugal related to COVID-19, we are sorry to announce the postponement of Doclisboa’s fourth moment, “So Many Stories Left Untold”, which was scheduled to take place from 14-20 January at Culturgest, Cinema Ideal and the Monument to the Discoveries.

This programme has been conceived as a set of films recalling invisible moments of our collective past, and it is important that they are watched and discussed together. It is in movie theaters that we want to keep this debate, enabling the opportunity for physical and collective encounters, and the festival is committed to restoring these sessions, and bringing these films to Lisbon, once circumstances allow it.

“Cinema to Fight Racism”, a programme curated by the organization SOS Racismo, was due to take place at the symbolic Monument to the Discoveries. This programme is an important contribution to a debate that must be permanent, for a world that can no longer be postponed. This programme will be mounted at the earliest opportunity.

We would like to recall that all previously purchased tickets are valid for the new dates (still to be announced) and that any refund can be made directly through Ticketline.

Doclisboa looks forward to returning as soon as it is safe and possible to do so, to ensure that no stories are left untold.