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18th November |An Art of the (im)Possible: Aesthetics, Economy and Trends in Contemporary Portuguese Cinema

2 weeks, 3 days ago

Next November 18 at 2pm, on C1 room (Belmonte building), within History of Portuguese Cinema subject, will take place the Masterclass - An Art of the (im)Possible: Aesthetics, Economy and Trends in Contemporary Portuguese Cinema, uttered by André Graça.

André Rui Graça is a guest lecturer in the Cinema degrees at Universidade da Beira Interior, a researcher at the CEIS20 of Universidade de Coimbra and a consultant. He completed his master's and doctoral degrees in Film Studies at University College London. He also holds a postgraduate MBA degree from Universidade de Coimbra. His work has been presented internationally and has been published frequently, both in an academic and extra-academic context (mainly – but not only – on Filmmakers' Theory, Portuguese Cinema and the intersection between cinema and economy / market). Among other works and articles on cinema and culture, he is part of the cast of authors from História do Cinema (Edições 70), coordinated by Nelson Araújo, and is the author of: Portuguese Cinema: Consumption, Circulation and Commerce (1960-2010) (Boydell and Brewer).