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Open House Lisboa 2019

Over one weekend, take in around 50 spaces and several city routes like you’ve never experienced them before. This year, the theme is discovering a centreless Lisbon, which passes through various eras with places as varied as the Palácio Nacional da Ajuda, the Escola Superior de Música and the Teatro LU.CA. The visits are suitable […]

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Palácio Baldaya

At two years’ old, it has already become a cultural reference point, not just in Benfica but across the city. To celebrate its second anniversary, Palácio Baldaya is hosting a vast and varied programme, including cinema, theatre, fashion, lots of music and even a vintage festival.   Benfica ao Luar (Benfica in the Moonlight) free […]

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FUSO

27 August to 1 September Travessa da Ermida  27 August – 7 pm – Opening 28 August to 1 September – 2 pm to 6 pm   28 August Cloister of the National Museum of Natural History and Science  10 pm   29 August Garden of the Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT) 9.30 […]

Lisbon Festivities
AR – Festival de Cinema Argentino

A curatorship of the everyday where everything that seems residual is material, and which incisively reveals various political, economic and social issues emerging in contemporary society. A collection of recent films, almost all previously unseen in Portugal, consisting of six very special fictions, five documentaries and four short films, which reveal the poetry of modern-day […]

Lisbon Festivities
Premiere of Teatro de Compras documentary

For each shop, a writer was invited who, after researching the place, came up with a story based on the memories of the place and its historical, cultural and commercial identity. Over eight editions, which were part of the Festas de Lisboa programme from 2009 to 2016, more than 50 artists and 40 shops took […]

Lisbon Festivities
Arquiteturas Film Festival

This year the festival will be bringing the theme of Human Nature to the table with the screening of more than 50 films previously unseen in Portugal. Conceived conceptually as a wide-ranging problematization of the relationship between humans and nature, the festival aims to deal with the most urgent issues related to spaces transformed and […]

Lisbon Festivities
Mudar de Sítio (Changing Places), Play Festival

The PLAY Festival returns to LU.CA with several cinema sessions aimed at small children. We’ll be playing with and thinking about cinema with sessions that can turn into highly-imaginative games.

April in Lisbon
Listening in the Dark

In the room used to preview films during the Estado Novo dictatorship, the lights will go out for the audience to listen to a sound-only documentary about censorship in Portugal during the years of the dictatorship. This is a session designed to be heard, which awakens the memory of a recent past which had a […]

April in Lisbon
Political Festival (Day 2)

APRIL 26th 5pm Where is Europe going (Debate) – Sala Manoel de Oliveira 6.30pm “The Trial: The State of Russia VS Oleg Sentsov”, by Askold Kurov (Cinema) – Sala Manoel de Oliveira (75′; m/12)   9.30 pm Only in this country (Humour) – Sala Manoel de Oliveira 11pm Movie Session Borders (Cinema) – Sala 3 […]

April in Lisbon
Festival Política (Dia 3)

APRIL 27th 10.30am As Costas da Cidade (Tour) 3pm Tradballs – European Dance workshop – Sala Manoel de Oliveira 3.30pm An Analogical Chat about Internet  (Debate) – Sala 2 4pm “Catalunya: 1-0″, by Xuban Intxausti (Cinema) – Sala 3 (Spain, 40′; M/12) 4.30pm “Swap 6 for half a dozen” (Talk by Pedro) – Sala 2 […]

April in Lisbon
Political Festival (Day 4)

APRIL 28th 10.30am Neighborhood meeting at Portugal Novo (Tour) 3.30pm Discover Europe (Workshop for Children) – Sala 2 – M/6  3.30pm The Game of European Democracy (Workshop) – Sala Manoel de Oliveira 3.30pm Movie Session Borders (Cinema) – Sala 3 – M/12 “Haram-Forbidden”, by Mahir Yildiz (Austria, 11′) “The Pianist of Yarmouk”, byVikram Ahluwalia (United […]

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Fuso 2018

August 28th, 9pm Travessa da Ermida Invited artist: Daniel Blaufuks (Portugal) Daniel Blaufuks was born in Lisbon, where he lives and works. Graduated by AR.CO, Lisbon, 1989; Royal College of Art, London, 1993; Watermill Center, New York, 1994; International Studio and Curatorial Program, New York, 2001, 2002, Location One, New York, 2003; PhD, University of […]

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Palácio Baldaya 1st anniversary

1 setember, 5pm Fado Afternoon 8 setember 6pm Cadernos de Viagens, live music 9pm Naked “Um barzinho e um violão”, live music 15 and 16 setember, 9.30pm Benfica ao Luar, outdoor cinema 29 setember 6pm Fábia Rebordão, live music 10pm PZ, live music

Lisbon Festivities
Conference “Devotion to Saint Anthony in Portugal and Brazil”

A cult that has become global, the devotion to Saint Anthony is the main theme of this 3 day conference that includes documentaries and live music.