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For a week, Cinema Trindade receives 13 films that reflect on the problems that plague Europe.
Curated by Carlos Nogueira, films from Germany, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Spain, France, Hungary, India, guest country, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Poland, and the United Kingdom will be screened.
Opening, on the 23rd, “The Virgin of August”, by the Spanish director Jónas Trueba. Another highlight is the closing session, with the screening of “No Return to Snow”, by the Poles Malgorzata Szumowska and Michal Englert, which was shown at the Venice and Seville festivals.
The exhibition also includes the films “A Estreia“, by Alejandro Fernández Almendras, “A Raposa na Toca“, by Armant T. Riahi, “The Shadow of Violence“, by Nick Rowland, “The things we say, the things we do“, by Emmanuel Mouret, “Comrade Drakulich“, by Márk Bodzsár, “Tales from the River“, by Julie Schroell, “Ghost Tropic” by Bas Devos, “Isco” by Mark Jenkin, “Nasir” by Arun Karthick, “Sole”, by Carlo Sironi, and “A Year of Volunteering“, by Ulrich Köhler and Henner Winckler.
The European Film Week is organized by the European Commission Representation in Portugal, EUNIC-Portugal (European Union National Institutes for Culture), a European network of national cultural institutes, and the British Embassy in Lisbon.
The sessions are free of charge, subject to ticket collection.