Faculty

The faculty of this postgraduate course includes, in addition to the professors, a significant number of invited lecturers of recognized experience and academic and / or professional merit in the field of Cinema and Audiovisuals.


Full Name
Andreia Saraiva Santos

Professional Name
Andreia Santos

Department
Theater and Cinema

Category
Invited Assistant Professor

Email
andreia.santos@esap.pt

ORCID
-

Webpages(s)
https://vimeo.com/andreiasantos

Curriculum DeGois
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Curriculum

Andreia Saraiva Santos. Graduated in Cinema - Direction (Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema, 2008). Cinema Bachelor - Cinematography (ESTC and FAMU, FILM AND TV SCHOOL OF AMU Prague, Czech Republic, 2005). In 2007 she began her profession as a Cinematographer, signing several short films, such as "João e o Cão" by André Marques premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival 2008 and "Shoot Me" by André Badalo which in 2010 was awarded at the MIFF AWARDS (Milano International Film Festival). In 2010 the doc. TV Series “Brasil, Portugal, Lá e Cá” by Laine Milan is exhibited on RTP (Portugal) and TV Cultura (Brazil) TV Channels. In 2017 is invited to be a member of AIP Cinema (Portuguese Image Association). In recent years has signed the Cinematography of several feature films, working with the directors, Manuel Mozos and Vicente Alves do Ó. "Portugal Is Not for Sale" by André Badalo, 2019, is exhibited and distributed by NOS. In 2019 she was nominated for the best Cinematography by

the ADF (Authors of Argentine Film Photography) with "Choose to Love More", a film campaign the Directorate-General of Health (DGS). In 2018 she is invited to be a teacher. In 2020 she began teaching at ESAP.

Full Name
Jorge Miguel Santos

Professional Name
Miguel Santos

Department
Theater and Cinema

Category
Assistant

Email
ourafilmes@hotmail.com

ORCID
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Webpages(s)
http://www.ourafilmes.com
http://www.drsb.net
http://www.sbrecs.net

Curriculum DeGois
6229840454757052

Curriculum

Studied in ESAP Porto from 1995-1998 and 2001-2002 completing the Degrees in "Cine-Video" and "Arte e Comunicação". He also studied Sound Studies in ESCAC, Barcelona (1998-2001).

He is a Lecturer at ESAP since 2001, Porto, and Guimarães (2008-2012).

Lecturer at Instituto Multimédia since 2001, Porto.

Founder of Ourafilmes (Audio, Film and Video Production) in 1997 and Speaker Blower Records in 2007.

Sound Design, Recorder, Editor, Mixer and/or Post-Production of dozens of short/medium/long films in Portugal and Spain since 1999.

Creator of VST instruments and effects since 2005.

Recorder and Producer of Music/Sound as Dr. Speaker Blower since 1998.

Full Name
José Miguel Martins Moreira

Professional Name
José Moreira

Department
Theater and Cinema

Category
Assistant

Email
j3mmmoreira@gmail.com

ORCID
-

Webpages(s)

Curriculum DeGois
None

Curriculum

 

Master in Audio-visual Production and Directing (with 20 values), with Title of Specialist in Audio-visual Production and Media, and the course of Television Operator at RTP (Lisbon), José Miguel Moreira is an Assistant teacher at ESMAD, in the Master of Audio-visual and Communication, and also at TCAV Degree. He is also a Visiting Professor at ESAP's Cinema and Audio-visual Degree.

As Screenwriter, Director and Editor, he has screened his films in over 60 national and international film festivals, having won over a dozen awards, either as a screenwriter (Spain, 2002 and 2003), or with the fictions he directed (Videograndprix Grand Prix, 2012; Farcume Grand Prix, 2014, etc.).

In other activities, he provides several film and audio-visual workshops, and was jury in many film festivals (the most recent, at the ÉCU 2019, in Paris).

He has just premiered his last short film, “Dirty Carnival”, at the Avanca International Festival competition, 2019, a film he had wrote, directed and edited, currently touring national and international festivals, and with the assured screened at RTP television.

 

Full Name
Liliana Cristina Vidais Rosa

Professional Name
Liliana Rosa

Department
Theater and Cinema

Category
Invited Assistant Professor

Acdemic Roles
Director of the Department of Theater and Cinema, Escola Superior Artística do Porto. | Coordinator of the Graduate Program in Cinema and Audiovisual. | Member of Teacher Performance Evaluation Committee.

Research Units
Integrated researcher of the Nova Institute of Philosophy (IFILNova) / Laboratory of Cinema and Philosophy (CineLab), at Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (NOVA FCSH).

Current Projects
Member of the Project PTDC/FER-ETC/30378/2017 – “Integration of Refugees in Portugal: Assessing Moral Duties and Integration Policies in the Context of European Values and Policies”, Ethics and Political Philosophy Lab / Ifilnova, coordinated by Gabrielle De Angelis, EPLab / Ifilnova. | | Member of the dissemination Program “Cinema & Philosophy in the Library”, CineLab / Ifilnova, coordinated by Maria Irene Aparício, CineLab / Ifilnova

Email
liliana.rosa@esap.pt

ORCID
0000-0002-3447-9262

Webpages(s)
http://portal2.ipt.pt/pt/cursos/licenciaturas/l_-_cd/Corpo_docente/
https://ifilnova.pt/pessoas/liliana-rosa/
https://labcom.ubi.pt/files/ocinemaeasoutrasartes/
https://cinemapoliticalphi.wixsite.com/cinelab/about
https://cineworldsconferen.wixsite.com/cinephilosophysite/home
http://aim.org.pt/?p=about&sp=workgroups&l=pt#o-cinemae-as-outras-artes

Curriculum DeGois
https://www.cienciavitae.pt/en/A616-B1E7-268B

Curriculum

Liliana Rosa. Ph.D (2017) and MA (2009) in Communication Sciences, specializing in Cinema and Television, at Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (NOVA FCSH). BA (2007) in Multimedia Design, at Escola Superior de Artes e Design de Caldas da Rainha (ESAD CR). Invited Assistant Professor of Cinema in the Theater and Cinema Department of the Escola Superior Artística do Porto and Invited Assistant Professor of Cinema at Escola Superior de Tecnologia de Abrantes (ESTA), Instituto Politécnico de Tomar (IPT). Integrated researcher of the Nova Institute of Philosophy (IFILNova) / Laboratory of Cinema and Philosophy (CineLab), at Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (NOVA FCSH). As one of the founders and co-organizers of the International Meeting Cinema and other Arts, held annually at the University of Beira Interior (UBI), she is also co-coordinator of the Working Group “Cinema and other Arts” of the Association of Researchers of the Moving Image (AIM). She is one of the founders and co-organizers of the International Conference Cinema, Philosophy and… held at NOVA FCSH. Author of Tragédia e Contemporaneidade no cinema de João Canijo. Co-editor of the various volumes Cinema e Outras Artes: Diálogos e Inquietudes Artísticas.

Full Name
Luís Manuel Vieira Campos

Professional Name
Luís Vieira Campos

Department
Theater and Cinema

Category
Invited Assistant

Email
geral@esap.pt

ORCID
-

Webpages(s)

Curriculum DeGois
None

Curriculum

He has a Bachelor's degree in Cine-Vídeo and a Master's degree in Film and Television Direction, both by ESAP-Escola Superior Artística do Porto. He works in film and video since 1990. He had collaborated with Madragoa Filmes, RTP- Radiotelevisão Portuguesa, Filmógrafo, LAP Filmes, Hélastre and Papaveronoir. He belonged to the staff of Alfândega-Filmes and Filmes Liberdade, He directed aDeus (fiction/ 35 mm/ 10’/ b&w / 2000), Quando eu Morrer (fiction/ DVCAM/ 11’/ color / 2006), Dia de Visita (fiction/ HD/ 14’/ b&w/ 2011), Bicicleta (fiction/ DCP 2K/ 45’/ b&w/ 2014), O Sapato (fiction/ DCP 2K/ 5’/ color/ 2017) and Geni (doc/ DCP 2K/ 51’/ color / 2018).

Full Name
Manuel Fernando da Costa e Silva

Professional Name
M.F. Costa e Silva

Department
Theater and Cinema

Category
Invited Assistant

Research Units
CEAA | Arnaldo Araújo Research Center: Cinema Studies Group - Researcher

Email
mfcostasilva@gmail.com

ORCID
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Webpages(s)

Curriculum DeGois
None

Curriculum

M. F. Costa e Silva. Bachelor in Cine-Vídeo (ESAP, 1984) and Graduated in Multimedia Educational Communication (Polytechnic of Santarém, 1992). He has taught at ESAP since 1988. He was Academic Director and coordinator of the Cinema and Audiovisual Course at ESAP; is a film director, having written and performed the following films: "The Return of the Man Who Did not Like to Leave Home" (1996), "The First Time" (2002), "A Time Reencontrado" (2004), "Panoias "(2007)," 1111 "(2012) and" Dying of Love "(2016). He represented Portugal at several film festivals in Europe and Asia. He was a jury of Film Festivals in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Ukraine, Russia, Romania. He has conducted workshops and Masterclass in Spain (Ourense), Slovenia (Maribor), Estonia (Tallinn), Lithuania (Vilnius), Bulgaria (Sofia), Russia (Ekaterinburg) Cuba (San Antonio de los Baños) and Japan (Tokyo). Since 2010 he has been a judge of the Institute of Cinema and Audiovisual (ICA). He currently holds the position of President of the Board of Directors of CESAP - Cooperativa de Ensino Superior Artistico do Porto.

Full Name
Nelson Agostinho Marques Araújo

Professional Name
Nelson Araújo

Department
Theater and Cinema

Category
Assistant Professor

Acdemic Roles
Director of the Cinema and Audiovisual Degree

Research Units
CEAA | Arnaldo Araújo Research Center: Member of the Scientific Council | Film Studies Group - Integrated Researcher

Current Projects
ESAP/2017-18/P40/DTC-CEAA – Critical History of Portuguese Cinema

Email
nelson.araujo@esap.pt

ORCID
0000-0002-2074-0175

Webpages(s)
https://esap-porto.academia.edu/NelsonAra%C3%BAjo

Curriculum DeGois
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Curriculum

Graduated in cinema at Escola Superior Artística do Porto (2004). He obtained a Diploma in Advanced Studies (2008) at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Vigo. Master in Artistic Studies (2010) by the Faculty of Fine Arts of Porto and PhD by the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Vigo (2015). He has published several articles in magazines dedicated to film studies, having coordinated the book: Manoel de Oliveira - Aesthetic Analysis of a Cinematographic Matrix (Editions 70, 2014). Published the book: Portuguese Cinema: Aesthetic Interceptions in the Decades of 60 to 80 of the 20th Century (Editions 70, 2016). He is a director of the Cinema and Audiovisual degree at the Superior School of Art of Porto, where he teaches curricular units: History of Portuguese Cinema, History of Cinema, Audiovisual Expression and Methodologies of Realization. He is an integrated researcher at the Arnaldo Araújo Research Center, vice president of the Association of Image Researchers in Motion and is a member of the organizing committee of the International Meeting of Cinema and Other Arts.