Filipe Carvalho

Filipe Carvalho (Lisbon, 1987) holds a degree in Mechanics, a master’s degree in Anthropology and works between Lisbon and Munich. Filipe has dedicated himself to documentary film since 2008 and has seen his pictures being presented regularly in national film festivals and screenings. He has directed some films, of which the following documentaries stand out: “Lugar Cheio, Solidão Vagueia” (2009), “Legados de José Afonso” (2010) and “The Golden Stream” (2012), products of the period he spent living in Alentejo and Trás-os-Montes. Simultaneously he’s been working collectively at video-installations screened and awarded in Italy, Germany and Portugal, among other countries. He has been collaborating with the association Filhos de Lumière, in cinema workshops at schools for kids and youngsters. He’s a member of The Random Collective, an international multidisciplinary nomadic collective, and Gato Aleatório which organizes Movimento - Meeting of Collaborative Cinema. “Life Out There Has It Been Seen?” (2018) premiered at the International Medium Length and Short Film Competition, of Visions du Réel.


A Vida Aqui, Está Vista?, 2018

Almansor, 2015 Vamos ao baile?, 2014

The Golden Stream, 2012

Ending cycle, 2011

Alfama, 2010

Hard Land, 2010

Legados de José Afonso, 2010

Lugar Cheio, Solidão Vagueia, 2009

actualizada em Setembro de 2018

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