PREMIERE  \\  OUTSIDE OF  COMPETITION  
24 SET | 18h30 - Teatro Garcia de Resende
com a presença do realizador

DHARMA GUNS (LA SUCCESSION STARKOV)

Original title:  Dharma Guns (La Succession Starkov)

Accomplishment: FJ Ossang

With: Guy McKnight, Elvire, Lionel Tua

Genre: Drama

Rating: M/12

FRA/POR, 2010, Black and White, 93 min.  

 

The punk music that accompanies the initial images of a couple, he waterskiing, she driving the boat, immediately foreshadows an accident that seems inevitable, and announces with a bang that we are in a work by FJ Ossang.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FJ OSSANG

 

French filmmaker and writer, born in 1956. From 1974 to 1976, he studied Law and Philosophy. In 1977, he created and directed the literary magazine CEE, which published 7 issues until 1980 (Céeditions & Christian Bourgois) and whose texts were collected and re-edited in 2012 in the volume “Archives Ossang – Volume 1: Revue CEE (1977/1979)” by Editions Le Feu Sacré. In 1980, he created the musical group “MKB Fraction Provisoire”, which to date has published 9 albums and composed the music for all of FJ Ossang's films. From 1981 to 1984, he studied at the Institut des Hautes Etudes Cinématographiques, graduating in directing and editing. His filmography includes: LA DERNIÈRE ENIGME [1982], ZONE INQUINATA [1983], L'AFFAIRE DES DIVISIONS MORITURI [1984], LE TRESOR DES ILES CHIENNES [1991], DOCTEUR CHANCE [1998], SILENCIO [2006], CIEL ETEINT! [2008], VLADIVOSTOK [2008], DHARMA GUNS: La Succession Starkov [2010], 9 DOIGTS  [2017] 

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(REPLACEMENT)  \\  OUTSIDE OF  COMPETITION  
24 SET | 19h00 - Auditório Soror Mariana
with the presence of the director

JAIME

Original title:  jaime

Direction and Screenplay: António-Pedro Vasconcelos

With: Saúl Fonseca, Fernanda Serrano, Joaquim Leitão, Sandro Silva, Vítor Norte, Guilherme Leme, Nicolau Breyner, Rogério Samora

Genre: Drama

Rating: M/12

POR, 1999, Colors, 111 min.

 

Ulisses and Jaime are two young teenagers who work clandestinely. One because the family obliges him, the other because he wants to, because he thinks the money will give him back his lost happiness. With him, he will be able to buy a motorbike for his father, who will thus be able to find a job and reconcile with his mother...

Dawn. Bakery in Porto. Among the adults, some kids make bread. One of them works with a machine.
A cry of pain casts confusion. Cursing luck, the boss transports the injured child to the hospital. Jaime (Saúl Fonseca) accompanies them. He carries an ice pack with his friend's severed fingers in his hand. The violence of the scene does not disturb the cold-blooded boss who fires Jaime to avoid problems with the Labor Inspectorate.
This is the starting point of Jaime's adventure, a thirteen-year-old boy who works at night hiding from his mother and father, convinced that the money will allow him to buy his lost happiness: buy his father a motorbike, so that he will be able to find a job.
Jaime does not accept that his parents are separated and will do everything to bring them back together...

 

Film awarded with the following awards:
San Sebastián International Film Festival, Spain (1999) - Special Jury Prize
Paths of Portuguese Cinema, Portugal (2000) - Audience Award
Cannes Festival, France (2000) - Cannes Junior Grand Prix and CICAE Award
Golden Globes, Portugal (2000) - Best Actor (Vítor Norte), Best Director and Best Film

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANTÓNIO-PEDRO VASCONCELOS

 

One of the directors of Cinema Novo Português, with the film Perdido por Cem, from 1973. He was also responsible for some of the greatest commercial successes in Portuguese cinemas, namely with O Lugar do Morto, in 1984, and Jaime, in 1999. With the latter he won the Silver Shell at the San Sebastian International Film Festival, and in Portugal, the Golden Globes for Best Film and Best Director. His most recent films are The Immortals, from 2003, Call Girl, from 2007, and A Bela eo Paparazzo, from 2010.

 

His filmography includes: EXPOSIÇÃO DE TAPEÇARIA [1968], INDUSTRIA CERVEJEIRA EM PORTUGAL [1968], 27 MINUTOS COM FERNANDO LOPES GRAÇA [1969], FERNANDO LOPES GRAÇA [1961], PERDIDO POR CEM... [1963], ADEUS ATÉ AO MEU REGRESSO [1974], AS ARMAS E O POVO (colectivo) CANTIGAMENTE nº 2 (tv) [1975], IMIGRANTES... E DEPOIS? [1976], OXALÁ [1971], O LUGAR DO MORTO [1984], AQUI D' EL REI [1992], JAIME [1999], OS IMORTAIS [2003], MILÚ, A MENINA DA RÁDIO [2007], CALL GIRL [2007], A BELA E PAPARAZZO [2010], OS GATOS NÃO TEM VERTIGENS [2013], AMOR IMPOSSÍVEL [2015], A VOZ E OS OUVIDOS DO MFA [2017], PARQUE MAYER [2018].

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