The night falls and a man decides to control his fate. Is the emptiness the only answer?
Documentary about alternative ways of life, with a vision of the future based on sustainability.
This video art project started approximately one year ago in my YouTube channel and was based on the concept of producing a vlog on a weekly basis as a video
How far can you run, so you can run even further?
An insight on sensorial experiences, collective memory and sense of identity of the wool workers from Covilhã, establishing a link with the abandoned and deg
a journey through time and history of one of the most important religious sites in the time of the Portuguese monarchy, now almost left abandoned by the Repu
A cup of coffee, a cigarette. A coin, another cup of coffee. Patients roam the halls. They walk alone. Waiting. Another smoke, a burning cigarette.
HD, 3'55'', Portugal, 2016
Concept, Sound, Music, Image, Editing, Performer: Vasco Diogo
Short and simple story: My friend made a painting from a photograph about a manifestation against the economic crisis and I made a film from that painting.
In the riverside neighbourhood of Oporto all the children prove their courage by jumping from the stunning bridge Luis I into the Duero river.
Art and artificiality, healing and feeding, knowledge and no knowledge have to leave (behind) the trade and the mediocrity system, abasement and inferiority
A woman balances between the love of her dying marriage and an old boyfriend that reappears in her life.
Morto Vivo is a film based on a song cycle in English, French and Portuguese. It follows the last minutes of a dying man while he remembers his life.
Gustavo and Francesca are a couple of contemporary dancers, traveling the world and performing their craft.
Father and son travel somewhere in some oriental landscape in 1992.The illness came em 1993.
This is a decisive moment in the life of a couple who buy a house on the island of Pico. The construction is half-way through when the wife arrives.
Directed by Rui Bela, screenplay written by Senos da Fonseca, and with the contribution of some of the last “heroes” of this saga, it results from a High Def
Ana tries to cut through the uproar of the popular party of the Eve of St. Anthony.
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