- Organization: Cineclube de Tavira
- Coordination and Programming : Débora Pinho Mateus & Candela Varas
- Production: Cristiana Sena
- Print traffic coordinator: Tiago Pereira
- Translation and subtitling: Sara David Lopes e Adriano Smaldone
- Projection at República 14 & Progresso Olhanense: Tiago Pereira
- Library Catalogue: Miguel Dinis de Oliveira
- Translation and revision Programme: Miguel Figueiredo, José Couto, Daniel Reifferscheid
- Technical Support Performances: Raúl Gómez e Tomás Tello
- Design: Barbara Says!
- Website: Tiago Balas
Thanks: Cintia Gil, Salomé Lamas, Mirian Tavares, Javier Tolentino, Miguel Dinis de Oliveira, Ricardo Vieira Lisboa, António Gomes, Francisca Bagulho, Manuel Henriques, Bruno Mendes da Silva, Carlos Natálio, Boris Mitic, Nuno Moura, Elke Van der Kelen, Nuno Moura, Tomas Tengmark, Sputnik Oy, José Couto, George Eccles, Mariona Viader, José Luis Cienfuegos, Carlos Campaniço, Manuel Mendes, Catarina Homem de Sá, Filipa Vasconcelos, Bárbara Ramos, Ana Leal, Flor Georges-Picot, Pedro Rogado, Ana Isabel Soares, Frederico Batista and Carla Soeima.
International Competition Jury
Cíntia Gil studied at the Superior School of Theater and Cinema and graduated in Philosophy from the Faculty of Arts of the University of Porto, where she also lectured on aesthetics. Since 2012, Cíntia Gil and Davide Oberto have served as co-directors of Doclisboa. Cíntia has curated a variety of contemporary and historical films, retrospectives and exhibitions. In addition, she has been a member of the executive board of Apordoc - Association for Documentary since 2015. Gil, whose texts have appeared in numerous publications on philosophy and art, is also a regular guest on panel discussions and international festival conferences and juries.
Bachelor of Information Sciences from the Complutense University of Madrid, Javier Tolentino is a professor of the Radio Master that is jointly organized by the UCM and RNE. Throughout his career, he has directed specialized programs in film information such as De Cine on Radio 1, El otro cine es posible on Radio 5 or El séptimo vicio on Radio 3, the latter awarded the Critics' Prize in 2000 In addition, he has collaborated with El Ojo Crítico, Academia, Cinemanía and Kane 3.
Miguel Dinis de Oliveira
Miguel Oliveira (Coimbra), studied cinema, fine arts and philosophy in Oporto and Lisbon. He was part of the Direction of the Cineclube do Porto (1996-1998) where he curated the retrospective of Glauber Rocha's work. Professor and film researcher (ESAP: 1998-2016). He is currently a PhD in Film and Image Studies at FLUC. He has published several articles on the deconstruction of the cinematographic device, highlighting the collaboration with the magazine Detritos (2008-2010). From 2004 he turned his films to archives, creating three: "The Spring of Nothing" (incomplete and aborted films); "A Suicidal Painting" (opposing and relating its bio with that of painter Manuel D'Assumpção); and "Pulsão do Sertão" (sets of films related to Brazil). From these archives he presented several edited films, both in conventional rooms and in galleries or social and alternative spaces. As a director and screenwriter, he is preparing the feature film "Comerás o Pão como o Suor do Teu Rosto" and the ada
Mirian Tavares is an Associate Professor at the University of Algarve. With an academic background in Communication Sciences, Semiotics and Cultural Studies (she has earned a PhD in Contemporary Communication and Culture from the Federal University of Bahia), she has developed her research and theoretical work in the fields of Cinema, Literature and other Arts, as well as in the areas of film and arts aesthetics. As a Professor at the University of Algarve, she took part in the preparation of the Degree in Visual Arts, the Master’s and PhD Degrees in Communication, Culture and Arts, and the PhD in Digital Media-Art. She is currently the Coordinator of CIAC – Centre for Research in Arts and Communication, and Vice-coordinator of the PhD in Digital Media-Art.
Salomé Lamas (Lisbon) studied cinema in Lisbon and Prague, visual arts in Amsterdam and is a Ph.D candidate in contemporary art studies in Coimbra. Her work has been screened both in art venues and film festivals such as Berlinale, BAFICI, Museo Arte Reina Sofia, FIAC, MNAC – Museu do Chiado, DocLisboa, Cinema du Réel, Visions du Réel, MoMA – Museum of Modern Art, Museo Guggenheim Bilbao, Harvard Film Archive, Museum of Moving Images NY, Jewish Museum NY, Fid Marseille, Arsenal Institut fur film und videokunst, Viennale, Culturgest, CCB - Centro Cultural de Belém, Hong Kong FF, Museu Serralves, Tate Modern, CPH: DOX, Centre d’Art Contemporain de Genève, Bozar , Tabakalera, ICA London, TBA 21 Foundation, Mostra de São Paulo, CAC Vilnius, MALBA, FAEMA, SESC São Paulo, MAAT, La Biennale di Venezia Architettura, among others.
In partnership with the University of Algarve and with ETIC Algarve.
- Ana Margarida Neto - University of Algarve
- Charlotte Ruescas - University of Algarve
- Fábio Correia - University of Algarve
- Daniela Fernandes - University of Algarve
- Henrique Lopes - ETIC Algarve
- Yara Dorsch - ETIC Algarve
- Carla Pereira - ETIC Algarve