“Drvo – A Árvore”, de André Gil Mata, “Mariphasa” de Sandro Aguilar e “Our Madness” de João Viana, foram selecionados para o programa Forum, uma das secções paralelas da 68ª edição do Festival Internacional de Cinema de Berlim, que decorre de 15 a 25 de fevereiro.

“Drvo – A Árvore”, uma produção nacional da C.R.I.M, que foi inteiramente filmado na Bósnia, é a terceira longa-metragem de André Gil Mata. “Mariphasa”, a segunda longa-metragem de Sandro Aguilar, é uma produção que teve a sua estreia mundial no Curtas Vila do Conde 2017). João Viana terá uma dupla participação em Berlim, com a curta-metragem “Madness” inetegrada na competição da secção Berlinale Shorts e com a longa-metragem “Our Madness” na secção Forum.

Esta será a 48ª edição da secção Forum, composta por 44 filmes, que reúne os filmes mais ousados do festival de Berlim, mais experimentais e reflexivos.

48º Forum

14 Apples von Midi Z, Taiwan / Myanmar – WP
Afrique, la pensée en mouvement Part I by Jean-Pierre Bekolo, Senegal – IP
Aggregat (Aggregate) by Marie Wilke, Germany – WP
Amiko by Yoko Yamanaka, Japan – IP
Apatride (Stateless) by Narjiss Nejjar, Morocco – WP
Aufbruch (Departure) by Ludwig Wüst, Austria – WP
La cama (The Bed) by Mónica Lairana, Argentina / Germany / Netherlands / Brazil – WP
La casa lobo (The Wolf House) by Joaquín Cociña, Cristóbal León, Chile – WP
Casanovagen (Casanova Gene) by Luise Donschen, Germany – WP
Classical Period by Ted Fendt, USA – WP
Con el viento (Facing the Wind) by Meritxell Colell Aparicio, Spain / France / Argentina – WP
Los débiles (The Weak Ones) by Raúl Rico, Eduardo Giralt Brun, Mexico – WP
Den’ Pobedy (Victory Day) by Sergei Loznitsa, Germany – WP
Die Tomorrow by Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit, Thailand – IP
Djamilia (Jamila) by Aminatou Echard, France – WP
Drvo (The Tree) by André Gil Mata, Portugal / Bosnia and Herzegovina – WP
L’empire de la perfection (In the Realm of Perfection) by Julien Faraut, France – WP
An Elephant Sitting Still by Hu Bo, People’s Republic of China – WP
Fotbal Infinit (Infinite Football) by Corneliu Porumboiu, Romania – WP
Grass by Hong Sangsoo, Republic of Korea – WP
The Green Fog by Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson, Galen Johnson, USA / Canada
+ Accidence by Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson, Galen Johnson, Canada – WP
Interchange by Brian M. Cassidy, Melanie Shatzky, Canada – WP
Jahilya by Hicham Lasri, Morocco – WP
Kaotični život Nade Kadić (The Chaotic Life of Nada Kadić) by Marta Hernaiz, Mexico / Bosnia and Herzegovina – WP
Last Child by Shin Dong-seok, Republic of Korea – IP
Madeline’s Madeline by Josephine Decker, USA – IP
Maki’la by Machérie Ekwa Bahango, Democratic Republic of the Congo / France – WP
Mariphasa by Sandro Aguilar, Portugal – WP
Minatomachi (Inland Sea) by Kazuhiro Soda, Japan/USA – WP
Notes On an Appearance by Ricky D’Ambrose, USA – WP
Old Love by Park Kiyong, Republic of Korea – IP
Our House by Yui Kiyohara, Japan – IP
Our Madness by João Viana, Mozambique / Guinea-Bissau / Qatar / Portugal / France – WP
Premières armes (First Stripes) by Jean-François Caissy, Canada – WP
Premières solitudes (Young Solitude) by Claire Simon, France – WP
SPK Komplex (SPK Complex) by Gerd Kroske, Germany – WP
Syn (The Son) by Alexander Abaturov, France / Russian Federation – WP
Teatro de guerra (Theatre of War) by Lola Arias, Argentinia / Spain – WP
Tuzdan Kaide (The Pillar of Salt) by Burak Çevik, Turkey – WP
Unas preguntas (One or Two Questions) by Kristina Konrad, Germany / Uruguay – WP
Waldheims Walzer (The Waldheim Waltz) by Ruth Beckermann, Austria – WP
Wieża. Jasny dzień. (Tower. A Bright Day.) by Jagoda Szelc, Poland – IP
Wild Relatives by Jumana Manna, Germany / Lebanon / Norway – WP
Yours in Sisterhood by Irene Lusztig, USA – WP