Back by popular demand! The second edition of Queer Porto International Film Festival returns with a full program of new films, a retrospective of films attributed New Queer Cinema, a master class and more. Queer Porto 2 takes place 5-9 October, at Teatro Municipal Rivoli...
It´s not an exaggeration to say that many emotional events and provocative issues have taken place on this planet in the last year. Fortunately, the world´s photojournalists have documented this occasions for us to visualize, consider and reflect. The World Press Photo organization selects...
The 36th FantasPorto International Fantasy and Science Fiction Film Festival is back, and as they say, bigger and better. Established and up-and-coming producers, directors and actors join together with film buffs of Portugal in a celebration of the weirdest, the scariest and most fantastical movies from the last year.
Feast your eyes on delicious films at the 6th annual Douro Film Harvest. This film festival dedicated to movies with themes of food and wine, rolls out across screens in Porto and the Douro Valley, 4-14 December. Make your reservations now for a tasty experience of fun, food and film.
The Maquinas de Tortura (Instruments of Torture) exhibition, which has already been seen in over 10 countries worldwide, features 50 original pieces used during the period of the Inquisition, from 13th to 17th centuries.
It’s the Summer of Color in Portugal! The ancient Indian ritual of throwing colored powder at one another has become large, crowd-pleasing events in major metropolitan cities around the world. In 2014, Colorland - the Color Festival, takes place in Porto, Lisbon, Faro and Braga in June, July, August and September.
FantasPorto, the Fantasy and Science Fiction Film Festival returns to amuse, frighten, titillate, scare and entertain cinephiles, 28 February to 9 March, at the Rivoli Theatre. It's 10 days to celebrate the very best of fantasy film.
Remade in Portugal returns this month to the Galeria Fundação EDP in Porto. This unique exhibition, in partnership with the Agência Portuguesa do Ambiente, asks artists and designers to create contemporary works using recycled materials that reflect on issues concerning the environment.