Cinema and Decolonisation: Mozambique in focus | July 15th | Closing Session – Screening of the documentaries “The End”, “Kalunga”, and “La Finca del Medo”
The Centre for African and Development Studies (CEsA/CSG/ISEG/ULisboa), within the scope of the Cinema and Decolonisation Cycle: Mozambique in focus (“Ciclo de Cinema e Descolonização: Moçambique em foco”, original title), is pleased to announce the Closing Session of the cineclub, with the screening of three documentaries directed by Lara Sousa: The End (“O Fim”, in Portuguese) (Lara Sousa, 2018, Documentary, 17 mins, Portuguese), Kalunga (Lara Sousa, 2018, Documentary, 22 mins, Portuguese), and La Finca del Medo (Lara Sousa, 2017, Documentary, 15 mins, Portuguese). The session is free admission and will take place on July 15th, 10 am, at ISEG – Lisbon School of Economics and Management (Auditorium 2, Rua do Quelhas n. 6, 1200-781, Lisbon, Portugal – Google Maps HERE).
The debate will follow with IHA/FCSH NOVA researcher and film curator Ana Balona de Oliveira.
The film will be played in Portuguese. We recommend a pre-registration, but the capacity of the auditorium will be filled in order of arrival.
About the Cinema and Decolonisation Cycle: Mozambique in focus
The project urges to understand decolonization as a process still in progress, which must be accepted and integrated into the social, political, cultural and personal dynamics. The project aims to create an open and dynamic space for sharing, where memories, narratives, dialogues and reflections can emerge. It is coordinated by Jessica Falconi (CEsA/CSG/ISEG/ULisboa) and curated by the Mozambican filmmakers Isabel Noronha and Camilo de Sousa.
The film club will take place from January to July 2023, with screenings once a month, always on Saturdays, where it is intended to debate and reflect on the legacies and memories of decolonization in Mozambique. Each session will have the spoken remarks of producers, directors, etc., as well as moderators and debaters who will facilitate the debate within the audience.
Coordination: Jessica Falconi (CEsA/CSG/ISEG/ULisboa)
Curators: Isabel Noronha and Camilo de Sousa
Scientific consultancy: Joana Pereira Leite (CEsA/CSG/ISEG/ULisboa) and Ana Mafalda Leite (CEsA/CSG/ISEG/ULisboa)
Author: CEsA Communication (firstname.lastname@example.org)