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Al Berto

Verão de 1975: depois de uns anos em Bruxelas, Alberto Raposo Pidwell Tavares regressa a Sines e instala-se no palácio da família, onde ensaia uma vida de comunidade. Encontra João Maria e apaixonam-se. Abre uma livraria na vila. Mas a gente da terra não estava preparada para tanta liberdade.

Al Berto​, brevemente nos cinemas!



From Todd Haynes. Based on Brian Selznick's critically acclaimed novel, Ben and Rose are children from two different eras who secretly wish their lives were different. Ben longs for the father he has never known, while Rose dreams of a mysterious actress whose life she chronicles in a scrapbook. When Ben discovers a puzzling clue in his home and Rose reads an enticing headline in the newspaper, both children set out on quests to find what they are missing that unfold with mesmerizing symmetry.

Making the Music of "One From The Heart"

French documentary for TF1 television (One From The Heart: Reportage, in the studio w. Greg Cohen). Directed by Jean-Claude Arie. Los Angeles.
Entrevue: Jean-Claude Arie. Entrefien: Philippe Garnier. Image: J.P. Guillemard. Son: Joe Le Guillou. Montage: A.C. Bequet. Assist Realisation: Ph. Robert. Realisation: Jean-Claude Arie.
TF1 1982


Tom Waits & Crystal Gayle - 'One From The Heart' Rehearsals and Napa 'Musical Summit'.


Call Me By Your Name

From Little White Lies:

It’s here – the trailer to one of the best films we’ve seen in 2017. In fact, if there’s a better film to come out before the year’s end, then this will truly have been a vintage crop. Director Luca Guadagnino follows up A Bigger Splash with something a little different, a supremely atmospheric and emotional love story set in northern Italy during the early ’80s.

It stars Armie Hammer as a philosophy/linguistics academic who takes a summer internship with a professor (Michael Stuhlbarg) and ends up forming a fast friendship with Elio, the professor’s son. With an extraordinary script by James Ivory, adapted from André Aciman’s 2007 novel and incredible deployment of Sufjan Stevens’ music on the soundtrack, you should really believe the hype, and then some.

A list is a list is a list.

The Most Beautiful Shots of the 21st Century (2000-2016) from Ignacio Montalvo on Vimeo.

A compilation of The Most Beautiful Shots of the 21st Century.

Edited by Ignacio Montalvo

Music: Suns and Stars - ReallySlowMotion


Films (in chronological order)

-Unbreakable (2000, M.Night Shyamalan)
-In the Mood for Love (2000, Wong Kar-Wai)
-Gladiator (2000, Ridley Scott)
-Cast Away (2000, Robert Zemeckis)
-American Psycho (2000, Mary Harron)
-Spirited Away (2001, Hayao Miyazaki)
-Mulholland Drive (2001, David Lynch)
-A.I: Artificial Intelligence (2001, Steven Spielberg)
-Donnie Darko (2001, Richard Kelly)
-A Beautiful Mind (2001, Ron Howard)
-Moulin Rouge (2001, Baz Luhrmann)
-Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001, Peter Jackson)
-Minority Report (2001, Steven Spielberg)
-Catch me if you can (2002, Steven Spielberg)
-Road to Perdition (2002, Sam Mendes)
-The Pianist (2002, Roman Polanski)
-Gangs of New York (2002, Martin Scorsese)
-25th Hour (2002, Spike Lee)
-Dogville (2003, Lars Von Trier)
-Mystic River (2003, Clint Eastwood)
-Big Fish (2003, Tim Burton)
-Lost in Translation (2003, Sofia Coppola)
-Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003, Quentin Tarantino)
-Old boy (2003, Park Chan-wook)
-Collateral (2004, Michael Mann)
-The Aviator (2004, Martin Scorsese)
-Life Aquatic (2004, Wes Anderson)
-Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004, Michel Gondry)
-Sideways (2004, Alexander Payne)
-Before Sunset (2004, Richard Linklater)
-Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang (2005, Shane Black)
-Brokeback Mountain (2005, Ang Lee)
-Sin City (2005, Robert Rodriguez)
-Match Point (2005, Woody Allen)
-The Squid and the Whale (2005, Noah Baumbach)
-The Fountain (2006, Darren Aronofsky)
-The Prestige (2006, Christopher Nolan)
-Children of Men (2006, Alfonso Cuarón)
-Little Miss Sunshine (2006, Jonathan Dayton, Valerie Paris)
-Sunshine (2007, Danny Boyle)
-There Will Be Blood (2007, Paul Thomas Anderson)
-No Country for Old Men (2007, Ethan & Joel Coen)
-Atonement (2007, Joe Wright)
-In Bruges (2008, Martin McDonagh)
-Let the Right One In (2008, Tomas Alfredson)
-Slumdog Millionaire (2008, Danny Boyle)
-The Dark Knight (2008, Christopher Nolan)
-WALL-E (2008, Andrew Stanton)
-(500) Days of Summer (2009, Marc Webb)
-Enter the Void (2009, Gaspar Noé)
-Inglorious Basterds (2009, Quentin Tarantino)
-Moon (2009, Duncan Jones)
-UP (2009, Pete Docter)
-Inception (2010, Christopher Nolan)
-The Social Network (2010, David Fincher)
-Black Swan (2010, Darren Aronofsky)
-Blue Valentine (2010, Derek Cianfrance)
-The Tree of Life (2011, Terrence Malick)
-Melancholia (2011, Lars Von Trier)
-Drive (2011, Nicolas Winding Refn)
-Zero Dark Thirty (2012, Kathryn Bigelow)
-Spring Breakers (2012, Harmony Korine)
-The Master (2012, Paul Thomas Anderson)
-Her (2013, Spike Jonze)
-Interstellar (2014, Christopher Nolan)
-Mommy (2014, Xavier Dolan)
-Mad Max: Fury Road (2015, George Miller)
-Knight of Cups (2015, Terrence Malick)
-Carol (2015, Todd Haynes)
-Sicario (2015, Denis Villeneuve)
-Arrival (2016, Denis Villeneuve)
-La La Land (2016, Damien Chazelle)
-Moonlight (2016, Barry Jenkins)