Porto/Post/Doc: Film & Media Festival is a cinema of the real festival in Porto, Portugal. As a meeting point for creators, audience and industry professionals, Porto/Post/Doc aims to foster film culture, screening new forms of contemporary cinema. With an eclectic philosophy, ranging from the International Competition and parallel programmes, the festival occupies several venues of Porto, a historic and cosmopolitan city, the centre of a vibrant community and nightlife.
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Porto/Post/Docs presents Theo Anthony & Basir Mahmood focus programmes
Porto/Post/Doc brings «Ideas to Postpone the End of the World» as central theme for 2021 festival
«We return with a deepened desire to share»
Festival Director Dario Oliveira on the challenges, programme and new additions Porto/Post/Doc experience.
All Light, Everywhere
Director: Theo Anthony
In the new golden age of surveillance, the blind spots are all around us.
ANTHROPOCENE: The Human Epoch
Director: Jennifer Baichwahl, Nicholas de Pencier, Edward Burtynsky
A planetary portrait that makes room for nuanced irony and wonder, even while urging moral outcry.
Babi Yar. Context
Director: Sergei Loznitsa
War crimes and the assisting population
Taming the Garden
Director: Salomé Jashi
A single man wields enough power to uproot the living artefacts of his country’s collective history and memory.
The Last Forest
Director: Luiz Bolognesi
A piercing portrait of the Yanomami people amid encroachments on indigenous lands in the Amazon rainforest.
The Last Shelter
Director: Ousmane Samassekou
Whispers migrant dreams and nightmares on the edge of the Sahara.
Porto/Post/Doc Call to Action Panel #1 - Activism/Journalism/Anarchy
Modern Times Review Editor in Chief Truls Lie
Journalist Diogo Cardoso
Director Marc Bauder
November 24 | 11:00 | Common House of the UP Rectory
Free entry and live streaming on the festival's social media.