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NYPSFF: Arte Institute presenting 2014 NY Portuguese Short Film Festival – New York, NY

The New York based Arte Institute is presenting the 4th Edition of NY Portuguese Short Film Festival (NYPSFF) to be held on May 30 and 31 in New York City and simultaneously in the Portuguese cities of Lisbon and Cascais.

The New York screening will take place at the Tribeca Cinemas, May 30 and 31, at 7.30 pm; the Lisbon screenings will take place at Teatro do Bairro, May 30 and 31, at 9.30 pm; and the Cascais screening will take place at Casa das Histórias Paula Rego, May 30 and 31, at 9.30 pm.

Selected by a judging panel, the films are directed by Portuguese filmmakers and were produced in Portugal and abroad, offering a unique perspective of the Portuguese culture to national and international audiences.

Launched 2011, the two day international film festival has had additional screenings in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, and Brasilia (Brazil),  London (UK) and Luanda (Angola).

The Arte Institute is a non-profit organization that promotes the Portuguese art and culture and offers a creative environment for Portuguese artists in the areas of visual arts, literature, music, dance and film. The goal is to foster inter-cultural innovative dialogues between the New York artistic community and Portuguese artists.

For information, venues, tickets and updates log on to Arte Institute here.  

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NYPSFF 2014 Official Selection

May 30

“God by the Neck” (Dios Por El Cuello) by José Trigueiros

“Ptolmus” by Josemaria RRA

“Fontelonga” by Luís Costa

“To Dust” (Pó) by Afonso Pimentel

“Any Other Man” (Outro Homem Qualquer) by Luís Soares

“Schizophonia” (Esquizophonia) by André Miranda and Diogo Leitão

“Balance” (Balança) by Rui Falcão

“Soul” (Alma) by André Braz

“No Mistakes” by Vasco Mendes

 

May 31

“What Love means to me” (O Que Eu Entendo Por Amor) by Ricardo Martins

“Gypsy” (Cigano) by David Bonneville

“Alda” by Ana Cardoso, Filipe Fonseca, Liliana Sobreiro, Luís Catalo

“Homecoming” by Filipe Coutinho

“The Postman” (El Cartero) by Cláudia Alves

“As The Days Went By” by Filipa Ruiz

“The Third Attempt” by Nuno Serrão

“Chaos Et Equilibrium” by Sam Andrês

 

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