The Tsugua Diaries

Diários De Otsoga

Portugal, 2021, 102 '

The crew of a film decides day by day what to shoot, giving life to a work in which it is never too clear what happens in reality or in the fiction of the staging. A magical and dreamy film, capable of affirming the need for an even freer and more personal cinema.

With the support of the Instituto Camões I.P. - Embassy of Portugal

The event is finished.

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 20 Nov 2021
  • Time: 14:30 - 16:15

Location

Cinema La Compagnia
Cinema La Compagnia - Via Camillo Cavour, 50/R, 50121 Florence
Category
Maureen Fazendeiro, Miguel Gomes

Organizer

Maureen Fazendeiro, Miguel Gomes

Maureen Fazendeiro was born in 1989 in Créteil, France. She studied literature, art and cinema at Denis Diderot University in Paris. Her films Motu Maeva (2014) and Black Sun (2019) have been selected at international film festivals such as FID Marseille, Toronto, Mar del Plata, Viennale, Valdivia, DocLisboa, Vila do Conde, Torino, Gijon... and have been screened at cinematheques, museums and art fairs (MoMa, Biennale di Veneza, Aichi Triennale, FIAC Paris...). She collaborates as scriptwriter on Miguel Gomes next projects, Savagery and Grand Tour. She lives in Lisbon. Miguel Gomes was born in Lisbon in 1972. He graduated from the Lisbon Film and Theatre School and worked as film critic. Gomes directed several short films presented and awarded in international film festivals and his first feature film The Face You Deserve (2004) was released in Portugal and France. His next feature films, Our Beloved Month of August (Cannes' Director's Fortnight 2008), Tabu (Berlinale Official Competition 2012: Alfred Bauer and FIPRESCI awards) and Arabian Nights (a film in three parts, Cannes' Directors' Fortnight, 2015) confirm his international success and projection. Gomes is presently working on Savagery, based on Euclides da Cunha’s masterpiece “Os Sertões”, and developing The Grand Tour, a fiction feature project, co-written with Mariana Ricardo, Telmo Churro and Maureen Fazendeiro.

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