The discussion around the real and the fiction raises profound questions to the documentary genre, which has been occupying several communication platforms, besides the traditional film theaters and the small screen. In this panel, producers and directors will share visions about national cinema and, in Portuguese, seek to outline a state of the art for this increasingly hybrid genre.
One of the most important figures of Portuguese cinema in the last decades, mainly by the production of most of the major filmmakers of our cinema, such as Manoel de Oliveira, João César Monteiro or Pedro Costa.
Pedro Pinho studied at the Theater and Cinema School, in Lisbon and at the School Louis Lumière, in Paris. In 2017, he directed Fábrica de Nada, with great international success, presented a hybrid about the new working conditions in Portugal.
She studied cinema at the International Academy of Cinema in São Paulo and in the Gulbenkian Program Creativity and Artistic Creation. She has already an award-winning filmography, such as Um Dia Frio and Ama-San.
Born in Argentina in 1982, Matías Piñeiro studied at Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires, where he taught film and film history. He also worked as a Film Society programmer. In 2011, he moved to the United States to study at Harvard University with a fellowship from the Radcliffe Institute, followed by a master's degree in fine arts from New York University.
Chair: Daniel Ribas