THE PLACES OF RESISTANCE – WHERE TO REINVENT THE WORLD? #1
OCT 25 / 6.00 pm, Culturgest – Small Aud.

In Night for Day, the testimony of Isabel do Carmo—since she belonged to the Revolutionary Brigades and in a dialogue with two possible sons from nowadays Lisbon—storms over the places that were or may have been where one thought of and planned a freer Portugal. Verão Coincidente, a poem by Maria Teresa Horta over images of the city of Lisbon, opens the session. In Casa sobre Casa, one destroys the bordering nature of walls.

THE PLACES OF RESISTANCE – WHERE TO REINVENT THE WORLD? #2
OCT 27 / 6.45 pm, Culturgest – Small Aud.
THE PLACES OF RESISTANCE – WHERE TO REINVENT THE WORLD? #3
OCT 29 / 9.15 pm, São Jorge 3
OCT 31 / 4.30 pm, São Jorge 3

Whereas in Himala different people subject to home confinement watch the same film on their computers, in Songwar(e) we’re on YouTube travelling trough the ways in which protest songs linger on and gain new meanings, from The Internationale by Nyan Cat to Imagine performed by tuned anonymous. In A Kid’s Flick, in the isolation that followed the protests in Belarus, a young woman keeps the fight alive with the help of militant sorceresses.

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