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  • Indie Lisboa London Film Sessions 2015

    • Film
    • Friday 27th November 2015 - Saturday 28th November 2015
    • The Pillbox Kitchen
    • Doors open - 7:00 pm
    • 11:00 pm
    Two days of the best independent Portuguese cinema, wine and Portuguese food. In partnership with IndieLisboa International Independent Film Festival Buy Tickets
  • Cartaz-IndieLisboa27th of November

    7:00pm – Doors Open – Time for some Eating and Drinking!


    8:00pm “Olhos de Andre” (Andre’s Eyes), Antonio Borges Correia
    2015, Fiction Documentary, Portugal, 65′
    Indie Lisboa 2015 Best Portuguese Feature Film

    The story of a family seeking harmony, seen by a twelve-year-old boy. It is through the eyes of André that we see a family torn apart by circumstances. After a difficult process of divorce, António, the father, gets custody of his four young children until the mother declares that the youngest child is not his son. The mother disappears. The father refuses to do a paternity test since it won’t change anything.

    9:30pm -“Swallows”, Sofia Bost
    2015, Fiction, Portugal, UK, 15′

    Sara moved to London to find a job in graphic design but she’s stuck in a restaurant kitchen. Today, after one more rejection, the reality of her life sinks in. Torn between what’s been left behind in Portugal and the possibility of a better future, Sara finds herself on the edge of change.

    9:50 pm – “Outubro Acabou” (October is Over), Karen Akerman & Miguel Seabra Lopes
    2015, Fiction, Documentary, Experimental, Brazil, Portugal, 24′

    “October is Over” deals with film heritage through the eyes of a very young film director and its parents.

    28th of November

    7:00pm – Doors Open – Time for some Eating and Drinking!

     8:00pm – “A Toca do Lobo”, (The Wolf’s Lair), Catarina Mourao
    2015, Documentary, Fiction< Portugal 102′
    Catarina Mourão has become one of the most delicate filmmakers in Portuguese cinema. The director now presents a portrait of another figure in Portuguese cultural history: her grandfather and writer Tomaz de Figueiredo. A film that gently unveils a family separated by his death through stories written in a country controlled by the fascist dictatorship.

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