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Alba Baptista

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At age 16, Alba Baptista started her career as the main character in Simão Cayatte‘s “Miami”. For her performance she received the Best Actress Award at the Festival Ibérico de Ciné. During the following years, Alba developed a strong cinema career in Portugal, as well as starring in roles on three popular Portuguese series. Her film work includes: “Caminhos Magnétykos” by Edgar Pêra, "Leviano" by Justin Amorim, “Equinócio” by Ivo Ferreira and “Patrick” by Gonçalo Waddington, which was in competition at San Sebastián International Film Festival. Alba can also be seen playing the lead role of ‘Ava’ in the Netflix series “Warrior Nun” - for which she has received international acclaim. She has had her directorial debut alongside Justin Amorim with the short-film "Change" and is currently preparing her next fiction project with Promenade.

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Ana "Peperan" Correia

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Ana Correia has a degree in Design and Technology in Graphic Arts from the Polytechnic Institute of Tomar and began her career as a YouTuber at the age of 21. Ana Correia worked with brands such as FOX, AXN White, Universal Music Portugal, Sumol and WTF. She traveled around the country with the lecture "The Power of the Net", being present at TEDxYOUTH and was also on a tour with the National Elections Commission that aimed to encourage the political conscience of young people who were going to vote for the first time. In 2017 the #CasaDoCais series was born. Ana Correia is the creator, screenwriter, director, actress and editor of the series that reached over one million views and was the content leader on the RTP Play platform, in both seasons. She was also a screenwriter, director, actress and editor of the short horror/comedy film "I’m not a ghost, not yet a demon", that premiered at the MotelX horror film festival in Lisbon.

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Andreia Silva

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Born in Lisbon, Andreia Pereira da Silva has bachelors from University of Lusófona in Cinema, Video and Multimedia Communication, and Currently she works as a director and screenwriter, “Ouro sobre Azul” is her debut short film, premiered in 2019 and highlighted with the nomination for best fiction short film at the Sophia Student awards and is currently touring the national festival circuit and International. She also studied Theatre and Cinema at the ACT School of Actors, which gave her a special mastery and sensitivity in the art of directing actors. Andreia has worked in several areas of cinema and audiovisual such fictions, music videos and advertising.

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Bernardo Lopes

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Bernardo Lopes is a director, screenwriter and producer at Promenade. With a degree in Cinema, Video and Multimedia Communication by University Lusófona, he began his career as a film critic for publications such as Nisimazine and C7nema. He was one of the juries at the 71st Venice International Festival, in the Venice Days - Giornate Degli Autori section. On the same occasion, he was chosen as Portuguese ambassador for the LUX Prize - European Union Film Prize. In cinema, he made four fiction short films and a feature length documentary with prizes and selections in some of the most prestigious national and international film festivals (Sophia, Indielisboa, Vila do Conde, Fantasporto, Lisbon & Estoril, Chelsea, Tangier, Orlando, among others). Bernardo Lopes also directed and produced music videos for artists such as Regula, D.A.M.A, Mike El Nite, Malabá and Vaarwell. As a producer, he worked on several feature films such as “Jefe” (2018), by Sérgio Barréjon, “Avó 19 e João Secreto do Soviético” (2019), by João Ribeiro, “Nunca Nada Aconteceu” (2020), by Gonçalo Galvão Teles and “Noite em Claro” (2021), by Felipe Bragança. In television, he produced the series “#CasaDoCais” (2020) and currently is producing the series “5Starz” (2021) and “Piedade” (2022).

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Bruno Ilogti

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Bruno Ilogti is a Brazilian director who had the opportunity to share his artistic vision in several music videos, fashion films and advertisements after graduating in New York. In advertising, he won the Unilever Prizer in Cannes (2015) and directed commercials for brands such as Pantene, Nars, Neutrogena, Coca-Cola and Peuterey. Some of the most popular music videos he directed are "Hungry", "Just Like You" by Fergie, "You already know" (with Nicki Minaj) and "Enchanté" (starring Kendall Jenner). Since 2015, Bruno has directed the Brazilian singer Anitta's most viewed music videos, such as "Downtown", "Paradinha", "Bang", "Rosa" and "Sua Cara". In fashion, Bruno was honored to be the first Brazilian to direct a campaign for Maison Valentino. He has also directed brands like Marni and has worked several times with supermodel Gisele Bundchen (including Vogue Italia). His first narrative project was the short "Reason", starring Anna Mouglais and supermodel Anreja Pejic.

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    Mallu Magalhães

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Dauto Galli

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Dauto Galli attended the school of Cinema EICAR (École Internationale de Création Audiovisuelle et de Réalisation) in Paris. He started his career in 2012 under the regency of Brazilian director Márcio Darocha, after an invitation to be the assistant director and camera operator of the "Programa Lá", broadcasted by Canal Brasil during five seasons. In cinema de worked as assistant director in the film "Je suis fan du Grand-Screen", which won the prestigious jury prize in 2013 at the Nikon Festival in Clermont-Ferrand. In 2014 he directed his first short film "Abrir os olhos" in Portugal. In 2015 and 2016 he directed the short films "Purpura", "L'ange et L'enfant" and was part of the creation of the French Film Festival in Búzios. In 2016, he participated in the production and curatorship of the first edition of Epernay Cinema Latin Film Festival (France) and directed the short film "La Femme" in Paris. More recently he has directed music videos for artists such as Agnes Nunes, Marc Desse, Jaloo, Xamã, Davi Sabbag feat. Urias, Johnny Hooker, Tulio Dek, Mayra Andrade, Callaz, Ive Greie, Lucas Carlos and Antónia Morais.

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Francisco Neves

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Francisco Neves holds a degree in Cinema, Video and Multimedia Communication from the Universidade Lusófona, having some school projects presented at national and international film festivals such as the short film “Turp”, the documentary “À Nossa Imagem” and the music video “Sleepless” by We Fade Away. After finishing the course, he joined the collective Comicalate, a website with original audiovisual content, where he collaborated as a director, editor and screenwriter in web series and short films. He was a director and editor of the series “Menos Um” for RTP Lab and also had the opportunity to work as an assistant director in several projects such as the documentary “4 Caminhos para Fátima” produced for RTP, directed by Inês Gil; in the short film “Eva” directed by Bernardo Lopes; and in the video clip “Água de Coco” by musician Profjam, directed by André Caniços and Miguel Saraiva.

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    15′

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Frederico Serpa

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Frederico Serpa graduated in Theatre in Lisbon Theatre and Film School and studied Audiovisuals in ETIC. He also studied a representation course in Espaço Evoé and another one with John Frey. Directed and produced some short films, one of the Túnel de Babel, which stands out. Worked in theatre with Pedro Penim, Luís Miguel Cintra and others. In cinema he had the opportunity to work with Bruno Leal, Pedro Cabeleira and others. Currently he is working in his first feature film, named Arrabalde.

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    Arrabalde

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Gonçalo Loureiro

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Gonçalo Loureiro is a film director, producer and screenwriter known for his short films Marasmo (2015) and Sheila (2018). He graduated in Cinema and Audiovisual at ESAP (Escola Superior Artística do Porto). He holds a Master's Degree in Sound and Image, obtained at the Catholic University of Porto, the city where he lived throughout his academic life, until 2018. Marasmus is his final Master's project. It had more than a dozen national distinctions and debuted on the commercial circuit in 2016 by Leopardo Filmes following the Honorable Mention at the 2015 European Film Schools Competition, awarded by the international jury composed by Martín Rejtman, Nicoletta Braschi and Sara Driver. Thanks to this award, it premiered in national cinemas in addition to the feature film 11 Minutes by Jerzy Skolimowski.

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Hermano Moreira

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Hermano Moreira is a filmmaker, series director and screenwriter. Graduated in cinema at FAAP (Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado) in São Paulo, Brazil, in 2003, Hermano already has 14 years of experience in the audiovisual market. He directed short films such as “Ciclo Vicioso”, “Era Doce”, “Quadros”, “Passarinha” and “13Horas e 31Minutos”. In addition to making short films, he also made advertising films for clients such as Itaú, Cervejaria Devassa, Sesi / Fiesp, LG , PUC, Pial Legrand, Benetton, Philips, Vodka Kadov, Now Supermarket, Pravaler, Mercedes Benz, Cartier, Le Lis Blanc, Daslu, Tory Burch, BoBo, Triton, John John, Corello, Luigi Bertolli, Scarf Me and Kate Spade. among others, TV series for the Glitz channel: "Um dia Com ..." and "Especial Semana de Moda". In 2014 he was the director of the television series "Encuentros em Brasil", with distribution on HBO Latin America. Also with HBO Latin America and in the same year, he was co-creator, co-writer and director of the series "Mulher Arte". In 2018, the series "Segunda Pele" was shown on FOX, Brazil, an original idea by Hermano Moreira.

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    I Love You a Lot

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Inês Sá Frias

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Actress and director, Inês Sá Frias graduated in Acting from the Cascais Theatre School in 2013. She then began her acting career in television, theatre and film, followed by a degree in Film from the Lisbon Theatre and Film School which she completed in 2019. During her sophomore year she co-directs the documentary "Em Lugar Algum" winner of two National prizes and screened at multiple National and International film festivals. Currently she is building her career both in front and behind the cameras.

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    We Won’t Dine

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João Marques

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João Marques is Portuguese director and photographer. Born in 1997, moved to Lisbon to study Cinema, Video and Media Communication at Universidade Lusófona. Finished his degree in 2018, directing his first short-film ‘Incomum’, which was shown on film festivals such as Indie Lisboa e Fest Espinho. In 2019, had the opportunity to go to Zhuhai, China to direct a documentary called ‘Remained’ as a part of the ‘Looking China’ Youth Film Project. Complemented his studies with a year of a photography course at ArCo (Center of Visual Communication and Arts). Since then, João has been creating personal photography work, which has been already twice displayed in China (2019, Parallel Space Gallery and 2020, Yixian International Photography Festival), and featured by several international platforms such as VSCO, Fubiz and Milk. João nowadays, has been working on his upcoming film projects and has been directing music videos for national and international artists.

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João Martinho

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João Martinho (Almada) was born in 1997 and studied Cinema at Lisbon Theatre and Film School. He directed the short films "Irene" that premiered at the festival Curtas Vila do Conde, "Ex-Venus in Furs" which premiered at DocLisboa and was in competition at the festivals Ymotion and Caminhos do Cinema Português, amongst others. João has also edited films such as "Hangar, Metro, Terminal" by Salomé Lamas, showcased at the Venice Architecture Biennal and "Fogo de Artifício" by Clara Jost which premiered at IndieLisboa. Currently, João is preparing his next short-film "Autoerótico" with Promenade as his production company.

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Justin Amorim

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Justin Amorim is the CEO/Founder of PROMENADE. He grew up writing fiction and watching films, he has been inspired by storytelling and the artistry used to embellish the screen. Born in Toronto, Canada - He moved to Southern Portugal at a young age. Over time he developed a passion for the moving image which led him to New York and towards pursuing a BFA in Film and Video at The School Of Visual Arts which he successfully completed. His past employers include the Tribeca Film Institute and Festival, Elle Magazine, August Man, BlackBook, Wilhelmina Models NY, Mutuca Films Rio de Janeiro and others. He wrote and directed his debut short film Millennia (2015) and more recently, wrote and directed Leviano (2018) his debut-feature film which had a nation-wide theatrical release and premiered internationally at the prestigious Thessaloniki International Film Festival. Currently, he is in pre-production of the RTP series "5Starz" and the series "Mercy" for which he received the ICA audiovisual innovation fund 2019. He is also a producer on projects such as "Sleepless Nights" by Felipe Bragança, the series "#CasaDoCais" by Ana Correia and short films such as "Eva" and "Moço" by Bernardo Lopes.

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Leonor Alexandrino

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Ever since she was young, Leonor established a strong connection with anything lens-based, from Cinema to Photography, and quickly realised that this was something she needed to be part of. ​When it comes to storytelling, Leonor is mainly focused on conveying emotions, either in a more visual sense or in a classic narrative way — whoever is watching has to feel it. In her work, Sound Design is a core narrative element and should never be undermined, as important as the Cinematography, as the Actors, and words: not only in the sound, but also in the silences. In 2017 Leonor directed “Sea of Knowledge” an experimental Short Doc filmed in Jianshui, China about the Six Arts of Confucius. This movie was developed with the support of the Looking China Youth Film Project and was selected for the American Chinese Film Festival 17’, Won “Documentary Grand Prix” at Over And Out Festival 2017 and Shortcutz of the Month in Figueira da Foz 17’. In 2018, she directed her first short fiction film, “Escuro”, starring renowned actors Teresa Tavares, José Martins and Leonardo Proganó. “Escuro” was selected for several National and International Festivals such as the National Student Film Awards – Prémios Sophia; FEST – New Directors New Films Festival, Shortcutz Viseu, BLOW-UP · International Arthouse FILM FEST · Chicago, World of Film International Festival Glasgow and Porto Femme Fest, wining an Hounorable Mention for Best Actress. Since her graduation in 2018, Leonor has been directing several music videos for Portuguese artists and Fashion Films for editorials. She has also been working as a Creative Assistant and Treatment Designer in Advertising and Film Production Companies. In early 2020 Leonor premiered an Experimental Short Film written by Portuguese Rapper ProfJam, with Rita Blanco and Mário Cotrim, that premiered at Cinema Ideal in Lisbon and was exhibited in sessions at both Cinema Ideal and Cinema Trindade, Porto.

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    Bubble

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Marcela Jacobina

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Marcela Jacobina is a filmmaker, actress and creative director from Rio de Janeiro Brazil. Marcela started her career in New York City, where she lived and worked for almost 7 years as a fashion stylist and creative director, freelancing for prestigious magazines such as Document Journal and Teen Vogue and working for both high fashion and commercial clients such as Rosie Assoulin and Adidas. Marcela’s last project in NYC was the Tilda Swinton narrated short Story and the Writer, for which she did the costume design. In search for new creative challenges, Marcela then studied acting with Robert Castle (Actors Studio, Strasberg Institute NYC) and was cast in Bernardo Lopes’ Moço acting opposite Carloto Cotta and Éramos Seis, a major telenovela by Rede Globo acting opposite Ricardo Pereira. She has now fully transitioned from fashion to audiovisual, acting as writer, director and star of her new short film NOBODY, currently in development at Promenade Films.

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Ricardo Branco

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In 2010 he published his first novel Amor Combate. He directed three films in an academic context, with expressive circulation in festivals: “1500” premieres at the BFI Flare 2016, the short documentary “Fora de Campo” premieres at the Cinemateca Portuguesa (2017) and the short fiction film “Rute” receives a Special Mention from the Jury at Queer Lisboa 2017. Rute was also shown in contemporary art galleries. His first feature film “Nossos Ossos”, in development, was selected for the Torino FilmLab Ext. 2020 and the Eave+ 2020 program. Ricardo Branco works regularly as a writer, researcher, editor, producer and assistant director. He is also the creator and curator of the cultural festival Escrever nas Margens.

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  • 2021

    Under the Influence

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Yavez Anthonio

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Yavez Anthonio is a photographer, director & creative based between New York and Amsterdam. Past clients include Nike, Filling Pieces, Adidas and GAP. His work has been featured on Nowness, Hypebae, I-D and The Fader.