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Annoying - Disability and Society

Sexuality, Independent Life and War are the three themes highlighted in an initiative that brings together cinema and debates. The idea is to sensitize and socialize the community on the issue of disability and the rights of people with disabilities. 21 September Disability and Sexuality: 9 pm Opening Session: ADFA, APD, CML, DECIDE, Parish Council of Parque das Nações, Pavilion Knowledge. […]

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CineCidade – Football

The first session is dedicated to football. Escape to Victory, by John Huston 116 min, M/12 The commander of a Nazi concentration camp decides to stage a football game between German officers and British and American prisoners, as part of a propaganda action for the regime. But nothing goes as planned. A film inspired by the call […]

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CineCidade – Olympic Games and Jumping into the Water

This is the last session of CineCidade. Olympia/The Stadium Gods: Part II, Leni Riefenstahl 96 min, M/12 Olympia is a masterpiece that has revolutionized the way sport is portrayed on the big screen. Riefenstahl immortalized the 1936 Berlin Olympics on film in a propaganda film, which began as a commission […]

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CineCidade - Motoring

The theme of this third session is motorsport. Senna, by Asif Kapadia 106 min, M/12 Documentary about the life and career of F1 driver Ayrton Senna. A look at the golden age of the sport that lived much of the rivalry between Senna and Alain Prost, with unpublished images from the F1 archives and several testimonials in […]

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CineCidade – Skating and Artistic Gymnastics

The second session takes us to the world of skating, artistic gymnastics and high competition. Me, Tonya, by Craig Gillespie 120 min, M/16 A portrait, sometimes absurd, tragic and hilarious, of the woman at the center of the biggest scandal in the history of sport, Tonya Harding. Tonya dominated the ice with unprecedented sportsmanship, but it ended […]

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Rama in Flower

Through concerts, conversations, cinema or zine fairs, Rama em Flor seeks to create spaces for meeting and debate, increase female, trans and non-binary representation, incite political awareness, civic activity and encourage freedom of identities and expressions of gender. In this second edition of Rama em Flor there are new spaces to discover. To the Zé dos Bois Gallery, […]

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Smartfest.co – CANCELED

For reasons beyond EGEAC, Smartfest.co does not take place on the scheduled dates. More information at http://Smartfest.co

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CineConchas

Light, Camera, Action! Outdoor cinema to see with friends and family. In the year that marks the 100th cinema session, CineConchas brings films from Finland or Israel, with animation, drama and comedy. 28 June The Other Side of Hope by Aki Kaurismäki (98 min – M/12) 29 June – session postponed to 15 July, […]

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Lisbon Motorcycle Film Fest

Motorcyclist culture returns, for the third consecutive year, to Cinema São Jorge. There are movies, debates, concerts and a large-screen transmission of MotoGP, with special attention to the performance of Portuguese Miguel Oliveira in Moto2.

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writing cinema

Literature and cinema are always linked and are often just different ways of telling the same story. Three films, alluding to great classics, will be screened in this Cinema de Writing, and at the same time there will be a book fair, which will last until June 29th. It's your choice: do you prefer the movie or the book? 14 June The Clockwork Orange […]

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Argentine Cinema

Argentine cinema is celebrated for four days, with two complementary sections: the usual Panorama section at Cinema São Jorge, comprising seven feature films and five short films almost all from 2017 and unreleased in Portugal, and, at Cinemateca, a retrospective by Martín Rejtman, who will be present to present the films and talk to the audience.

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Arroios Film Festival

Speaking of inclusion using the universal language of cinema is the motto of the Arroios Film Festival, which returns with several new features. In addition to the presentation of short films, it has parallel activities and film screenings. The festival presents works without prejudice, addressing beliefs, policies and cultures that represent the cultural diversity of the parish where it operates. Gives […]

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Dark City

Filmed a year before the first film in the Matrix triology, Dark City (in Portuguese, Cidade Misteriosa) already anticipated much of the neo-noir environment that would be popularized globally by the saga of the Wachowski brothers. John Murdoch wakes up in an unfamiliar hotel room and finds he is wanted for a series of brutal murders, though he doesn't […]

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Akira

Based on a series of manga albums with the same name, Akira's action takes place in 2019, when a secret military project puts Neo-Tokyo, a futuristic cyber-punk city, at risk. Through this military experience, a member of a motorcycle gang becomes a psychopath with mental powers capable of devastating everything in his [...]

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The fifth Element

New York, 19th century XXIII. Every 5,000 years, the four elements of nature are joined by a fifth element to fight the Forces of Evil. Earth, Air, Water and Fire together are the engine of the Universe, and there is still a fifth element that nobody knows about. An evil force, supported by Zorg (Gary Oldman) is ready to break […]

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THX 1138

In a society of the future, human beings are kept in a strict routine, with great emotional control and lack of individualism, thanks to the mandatory use of drugs. THX (Robert Duvall) is an employee of the police robot factory, which handles radioactive material. The precision of your gestures starts to fail the moment the […]

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The Hero of the Year 2000

"The Hero of the Year 2000" is a satirical sci-fi comedy by Woody Allen. Miles Monroe (Woody Allen) is a jazz musician who enters a New York hospital for a minor operation on an ulcer. But things don't go as planned and Milles is frozen, waking up 200 years later […]

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1st South Asian Film Show

Cinema São Jorge hosts the 1st Annual South Asian Film Festival, the first initiative in Portugal dedicated exclusively to South Asian languages and works. This edition will focus on Bangladeshi cinema, honoring the director Tareque Masud. Films from Nepal, Pakistan, India and Bhutan will also be screened, with special attention to the works of […]

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CineConchas (2017)

Celebrating its tenth edition, Cineconchas – the largest and most popular open-air cinema cycle in the country – is once again combining various genres and world cinematographies, in a conviviality between populations that celebrates the taste for the seventh art and for diversity. 29 June Julieta by Pedro Almodóvar (99 min, M/14) 30 June […]

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Lisbon Motorcycle Film Fest

For three days, the Lisbon Motorcycle Film (LxMFF) will make Cinema São Jorge the meeting point for all motorcycle tribes, united by the same passion. The Lisbon Motorcycle Film Fest is an event of international dimension, aimed at lovers of two wheels and the cinema. In addition to the films, the LxMFF programming also has […]