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Indielisboa

14th Edition - Lisbon International Independent Film Festival

Indielisboa

where:Lisbona (Portogallo)
when:May 3rd - 14th, 2017
address:Casa do Cinema
Rua da Rosa, 2º, Sala 1.4
1200-385 Lisboa, Portugal
tel:+ 351 21 3158399
fax:+ 351 21 3160057
email:info@indielisboa.com
website:www.indielisboa.com
deadline:January 16th, 2017
entry form:Online Submission

A privileged event to meet the most recent and interesting works of independent cinema from all over the world. The main aim of the Festival is to discover new films and new directors, in the universe of independent cinema.
Sections include:
International Competition - The International Competition for short and feature films is composed of films that have never been publicly exhibited in Portugal. First or second works, fiction, animation, documentaries and experimental films may apply to this section. The festival is particularly keen to promote the work of new directors.
Emerging Cinema - This section highlights innovative works by emerging filmmakers, exploring new trends in world cinema, fresh narrative forms, and promising voices.
Observatory - A survey of essential works in independent contemporary cinema by established film-makers.
World Pulse – A competitive section comprising features and shorts dealing with global or local issues.
National Competition - This section aims to give national and international recognition to Portuguese shorts and features.
B) IndieJunior
International Competition - Screenings programmed for a younger audience: shorts and feature films, comprising animations and live-action films; fictional films and documentaries.
2. IndieLisboa also has parallel sections:
IndieMusic - a programme comprising films - mainly documentaries - focusing on music, especially independent pop/rock and its practitioners.
Director's Cut - a programme of recently-restored titles, rediscoveries and films which reflect on cinema itself, its artistic dimensions and history.
3. IndieLisboa has also a retrospective section entitled Independent Hero, dedicated to those who go beyond the mainstream in filmmaking and help to open new and unconventional paths for cinema.
Awards for the International Competition are:
Feature Film Grand Prize “City of Lisbon”
(15.000 euros)
INATEL Short Film Grand Prize
(5.000 Euros)
Distribution Award CAIXA GERAL DE DEPÓSITOS
10.000 Euros to help its commercial release in Portugal
FIPRESCI Award
Competition Best Feature Film

2014
2013
  • Da Vinci by Yuri Ancarani: International Competition Animation - Grand Prize

2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
  • All the invisible children by Mehdi Charef, Emir Kusturica, Spike Lee, Katia Lund, Jordan e Ridley Scott, Stefano Veneruso, John Woo: Observatory

  • Mary by Abel Ferrara: Observatory

  • Sunday Afternoon by Gaia Adducchio: Short Competition

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