Submissions for the FILMMAKING SEMINAR we co-designed with Doclisboa’20 are open until October 2nd!
This year’s DocLisboa online Filmmaking Seminar will explore radical filmmaking practices through collectively built research and conversation.
Four open dialogues will engage the work of the guest filmmakers Ana Elena Tejera, Daniel Kötter, Mike Hoolboom and Tatiana Mazú González, presented at the 18th edition of Doclisboa. The selected participants will come together to react to, unpack and cooperatively deconstruct preconceptions and find useful ways to approach the relevant questions and meaningful insights that the work of these filmmakers have to offer.
The Filmmaking Seminar is free, subjected to a selection process, and open to all national and international participants.
It will take place on October 24th, 25th and 31st and November 1st.
Meet the guest filmmakers:
Ana Elena Tejera
Panamanian film director and actress. She studied psychology, performing arts and documentary film-making. She specialised in screenwriting, found footage and film restoration at the School of Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Property in Madrid. She later worked on the restoration of part of Panama’s film archive at the Catalonia Cinematheque. Her first feature film, Panquiaco (2020), premiered at the Rotterdam International Film Festival.
Film-maker and musical theatre director. His works combine experimental film techniques with performative and documentary elements. They have been shown worldwide at numerous film and video art festivals, in galleries, theatres and concert halls. He is currently working on a series of spatial performances and 360° films on the landscape and social consequences of the extractive industry in Germany, West Papua, DR Congo and Estonia.
Mike Hoolboom began making movies in 1980. Making as practice, a daily application. Ongoing remixology. 100+ movies, many redacted. Since 2000 a steady drip of bio docs. The animating question of community: how can I help you? Interviews with media artists for three decades. 30 books, written, edited, co-edited. Local ecologies. Volunteerism. Opening the door.
Tatiana Mazú González
Documentary and experimental film director and visual artist. Feminist activist who once wanted to be a biologist or geographer. Today, her imaginary explores the links between people and spaces, microscopic and immense, personal and political, childhood and darkness. Directed, among others, Río Turbio (official selection at FIDMarseille 2020, where it won the Georges de Beauregard International Prize) and Caperucita roja (2019).
If you have any questions, please write to [email protected]