Friday 3, 2022
Festival Opening: Film + Live Music Score
Cultural Association Curious Monkey
Introduction of the festival + projection an undisclosed 1930s documentary about the city of Lisbon.
Saturday 4, 2022
Film: Speak So I Can See You
Casa Ginja-Poejo / Amadora
A cinematic exploration of the unique soundscape of one of Europe’s oldest radio stations, Radio Belgrade, with a synesthetic insight into what makes us remember, think, understand, discover and feel.
Sunday 5, 2022
Film: El Planeta
Casa BeKo / Beato
Broke and on the edge of eviction, Leo and her mother bond over their misfortune as they scheme, bluff, and grift their way to a stylish lifestyle beyond their means.
Monday 6, 2022
Film: Window Boy Would also Like to Have a Submarine
Studio Tijolo 54 / Anjos
Aboard a cruiser that coasts through Southern Latin America, a sailor discovers a hallway mysteriously leading to an apartment in Montevideo. Thousands kilometres away, a group of Filipino peasants find an abandoned shed on a hill, assigning it supernatural powers.
Tuesday 7, 2022
Film: Granny Project
Casa dos Anjos / Anjos
Three grandsons embark on an anarchic journey across Europe and into their families’ complex pasts to bring together their grannies: one a British spy, another a German Nazi sympathiser and the third a Hungarian Holocaust survivor.
Wednesday 8, 2022
Casa Homo / Anjos
A Danish summer: long days turn into blue nights. A tunnel is being built to connect Denmark and Germany. Three people meet and part ways again.
Thursday 9, 2022
Film: Uncle Honker
Descasa Desmarques / Estrela
After a nearly fatal accident, a hitch-hiking truck driver sets out to reconnect with his estranged nephew living in Las Vegas.
Golden Eye for Best Feature Film
Goes to Granny Project, by Bálint Révész.
For delivering different perspectives of historic truth without bumping into clichés, for its deep impact on the audience, for its ability to balance on the thin boundary between depth and surface, young and old, structure and individual, East and West.
Silver Eye for Best Visual Storytelling
Goes to Speak So I Can See You, by Marija Stojnić.
For giving a body to an immaterial being (Radio Belgrade), for presenting the transition from a post-Communist to a capitalist society through means of the metaphor, for celebrating the potential of the human being.