FCAT & Heritales @ Evora – Portugal (22nd-23rd of February 2019)

Program (Spanish)



HERITALES @ Casa da América Latina – Lisbon (1st -2nd of October 2018)

Cultural Heritage, Interfaces and new Media – Worshops with Marina Thomé and Marcia Mansur

Digital platforms are transforming the way photographers, documentarists and journalists create and express audiovisual narratives. Every day, about 1.8 billion digital images are published on the web. The web environment and contemporary media enable meetings of different perspectives, participatory narratives and new formats of storytelling through different interfaces, mobile solutions, immersive experiences in virtual real age, web documentaries and mapped audiovisual projections.

The program immerses in concepts and cases that use multi-platform narratives as support for documentary content, discusses production steps and questions how interactivity transforms distribution possibilities, social impact and engagement.The activity will discuss the relationship creative use of the documentary process and the promotion of dialogue on cultural diversity, memory and territory; and how to combine photography, video and audio in transmedia projects to promote cultural goods. Topics include: immaterial cultural heritage and safeguards, participatory narratives and cartography, interactive documentary production, and collaborative content platforms.

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  • Target Audience: General public, youth, adults, seniors
  • Day: Monday – Tuesday, 1st – 2nd of October
  • Time: 18:00
  • Duration: 240 min
  • Language: Portuguese/English
  • Location: Casa da América Latina
  • Presence of the director: Yes
  • Registration: This activity  requires booking. The limit of participants is 20.
  • Extra Activities: Lecture + film on the 3d of October

HERITALES @ Casa da América Latina – Lisbon (3d of October 2018)

The Sound of Bells + Lecture

Honorable Mention Heritales – Short Documentary 2017

In Minas Gerais, Brazil, bell sounds set the pace of life of the residents of the historic cities, announcing time for work, rest, pray, and celebrate. Over 40 different bell rings are known in the region, and were nominated as Brazilian Intangible Cultural Heritage. The bell ringers, characters from the top of the towers, are known to have transformed bell rings over the centuries from their colonial origins and have mixed them with the strong African heritage in Brazil. The documentary is a poetic representation of religious experience in everyday life. The feature film The Sound of Bells is part of an expanded documentary project, which is pioneering the use of new media for the dissemination of the intangible heritage. Digital technology can support increased appreciation of cultural heritage, strengthen dialogue and understanding among cultures. How do younger generations react, interact or create new ways to express their cultural heritage? The project works with the combination of memory and new technologies, sound mapping and community engagement through a transmedia production that includes an online multimedia platform with sound cartography and innovative content, an interactive documentary, audiovisual public interventions on churches facades and an award-winning audio guide app for mobile devices.

Category: DocumentaryDuration: 70′ – Spoken Language: Portuguese – Subtitle Available: English – Spanish Production Date: 16-07-2016 – Producer/Production Entity: Estúdio CRUA

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  • Target Audience: General public, youth, adults, seniors
  • Day: Wednesday, 3d of October
  • Time: 18:30
  • Duration: 120 min
  • Location: Casa da América Latina
  • Presence of the director: Yes
  • Registration: This activity  does not requires booking. But the limit of participants is 100.
  • Extra Activities: Lecture before the projection

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