Cinema at the Museum - Portraits of Amazing Lives I

Free admission

José Cardoso Pires – Diário de Bordo (José Cardoso Pires – Logbook) (52 mins.)
Manuel Mozos – Portugal/1998

Between fiction and reality, four films transport us through a multitude of sounds and images to the heart of the life and work of exceptional Portuguese creators, artists and writers, as seen by sentimental, almost indiscreet cameras, pointed directly at the eyes, even intrusively. These documentaries are another form of portraiture. They amalgamate the body, the modus vivendi and the creative process in one, unfiltered, sometimes naked. So fragile and sublime in complicity that they leave us questioning the relationship between director and creator. 

In the year when José Cardoso Pires received the Pessoa Prize, Portugal’s most prestigious cultural award, Manuel Mozos filmed a portrait of one of the greatest authors in the Portuguese language. Life and writing, cinema, eroticism and death are some of the themes explored in this film, shot in Lisbon and Caparica (the writer’s refuge) in the Autumn and Winter of 1997.

21 January at 4 p.m.
José Cardoso Pires – Diário de Bordo (José Cardoso Pires – Logbook) (52 mins.)
Manuel Mozos – Portugal/1998

Information

Cinema at the Museum - Portraits of Amazing Lives 

Documentary series (4 sessions), spoken in Portuguese

In collaboration with Zero em Comportamento 

 

Saturdays at 4.00 (p.m.)

21th January, José Cardoso Pires – Diário de Bordo (52 min.)

18th February, Jotta: a minha maladresse é uma forma de delicatesse (70 min.)

1th April, Alexandre O’Neill – tomai lá do o’neill (52 min.)

29th April,  Pintura habitada (50 min.)

 

For adults and youths (> 14)

Advance booking required 

For more information contact us at info@museudodinheiro.pt or at +351 213 213 240

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