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- Creative Europe Forum 2018 at the Museum of Contemporary Art / MoCAB, June 21 and 22, 2018
- Public lecture by Niels Van Tomme: The Walking Institution (The curatorial programme) / Curatorial course „What Could/Should Curating Do?“ / MoCAB, Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at 6 p.m.
- Film screening „May 68, a Strange Spring“/ Museum of Contemporary Art, 7.6.18. at 6 p.m.
- The Museum of Contemporary Art will be closed on May 9, 2018.
Invisible violence / Screening and conversation with Joao Salavisa / SKC / 20.05.14. at 8 pmTalk programs | 20.05.2014
Grand Hall of the Students Cultural Centre (48 Kralja Milana Street)
May 20, 2014 at 8 pm
Arena, 2009 Short film (1.85 | 35mm | 15')
Cerro Negro, 2011 Short film (1.85 | 16mm | 22')
Rafa, 2012 Short film (1.33 | 16mm | 25')
Partner institutions MoCAB and Filmforum of Students Cultural Centre,
Grand Hall of the Students Cultural Centre
Joao Salaviza (PT) (Lisbon, 1984) graduated from ESTC – The National
Film and Theater Academy (Lisbon) and Universidad del Cine, Buenos Aires. His
first feature film is now in post-production and will have its premiere in
2014. It comes after a trilogy of internationally warded short films including Arena (Palme d’Or for Short Film in Cannes 2009), Cerro Negro (Rotterdam 2012) and Rafa (Golden Bear for a Short Film Berlinale 2012).
His short films were selected by more than a hundred film festivals including Cannes,
Berlin, Tribeca, Rotterdam, London, Pusan, Sao Paulo, Sarajevo, Tampere,
IndieLisboa, etc. He received fifteen other awards, including the Award in
Memory of Ingmar Bergman at Uppsala Film Festival. In 2012, the Centre Pompidou in Paris presented four of his films in a retrospective program. Joao Salaviza also directed the short
films Strokkur; Casa na Comporta commissioned for the Portuguese architecture national exhibition
at the Venice Biennale 2010; Hotel Muller on
the work of Pina Bausch (2010); and Two Close while at the film