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Change Nothing

Ne Change Rien was born as a result of the friendship uniting Jeanne Balibar, sound engineer Philippe Morel, and Pedro Costa. Jeanne Balibar, the singer, from rehearsals to recording sessions, from rock concerts to classical singing lessons, from an attic in Sainte Marie-aux-Mines to the stage of a Tokyo cafe, from Johnny Guitar to Offenbach`s La Perichole.

Horse Money

The highly anticipated new film by Portuguese auteur Pedro Costa, Cavalo Dinheiro is the follow-up to Costa’s landmark Fontainhas trilogy (Ossos, In Vanda’s Room, Colossal Youth), reuniting with Colossal Youth’s Ventura, lost in heart rending indeterminacy as revolution breaks out. [Synopsis courtesy of Toronto International Film Festival]

Centro Historico

Four voices and their visions of Guimaraes, cradle city of the Portuguese nation and European Capital of Culture in 2012.

In Vanda’s Room

With the intimate feel of a documentary and the texture of a Vermeer painting, In Vanda’s Room takes an unflinching, fragmentary look at a handful of self-destructive, marginalized people, but is centered around the heroin-addicted Vanda Duarte.