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Trás os Montes (film)

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Language  Portuguese
Country  Portugal
Director  Antonio Reis Margarida Cordeiro
Release date  Cinema Satelite, Lisbon - 11 June 1976

Trás-os-Montes is a Portuguese independent docufictional and ethnofictional feature film, written, directed and edited by António Reis and Margarida Cordeiro and released in 1976. It takes its name from the Portuguese region of Trás-os-Montes from which the film emanated.

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Release and reception

Uppon watching Trás-os-Montes the French filmmaker and anthropologist Jean Rouch wrote about the film:

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For me, this film reveals a new cinematographic language.

Since its release, the film has been part of the official selection of numerous film festivals and events, from 1976 to nowadays, where it has been awarded several prizes. Among them are:

  • 1976 - Toulon Film Festival – Special Prize of the Jury, Critics Award
  • 1976 - Pesaro Film Festival – Critics Award
  • 1976 - Bedford Film Festival
  • 1976 - XI Challenge de Cartago
  • 1977 - Mannheim Film Festival – Main Award of Mannheim
  • 1977 - Rotterdam Film Festival
  • 1977 - Anvers Film Festival
  • 1977 - Bedalmena Film Festival
  • 1977 - London Film Festival
  • 1978 - Viermole Film Festival – Award for Best Film, Award for Best Directing
  • 1978 - Belgrado Film Festival
  • 1978 - Venice Film Festival
  • 1978 - São Paulo's Mostra Internacional de Cinema
  • 1979 - Lecce Film Festival - Honorable Mention to the Cinematography
  • In 2011, Trás-os-Montes was screened at the Jeonju International Film Festival, marking the beginning of the international rediscover of the work of António Reis and Margarida Cordeiro. In 2012, the film was screened in the United States at the Harvard Film Archive, the Anthology Film Archives, at the UCLA Film and Television Archives and at the Pacific Film Archive as part of The School of Reis program.

    References

    Trás-os-Montes (film) Wikipedia


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