Finisterra Arrábida Art and Tourism Film Fstival 2015.

Versão Portuguesa

From 6 to 10 May will take place in Sesimbra and Lisbon the fourth edition. Finisterra Arrábida Art & Tourism Film Festival. At contest will be 178 films, including small ads and documentaries,  from 48 countries will be shown during this week.

The Finisterra Arrábida Art & Tourism Film Festival aims to promote Cape Espichel region and the Arrábida Mountaint as stageb for cinema filming. This region has served age  movie stage as “The House of the Spirits,” “Gulliver’s Travels,” “The Russia House” or “Night Train to Lisbon”.

Competition films will be entered into four categories: Advertising, Tourism Promotion, Documentary and timelapse.

Parallel events

Since its first edition in 2011, this Festival, with its epicenter in Sesimbra, had side events. This year is no exception. There will be photo exhibitions, extra sessions of short films and a documentary, theater and music concerts and an international conference in the various festival partners. See the brochure here.

All these events are free entry. The Cineteatro João Mota / Municipal Library and the Sesimbra Hotel SANA Sesimbra have accessibility for wheelchair users.

To see the brochure please press here

Carlos Sargedas

GPS Localizations:

Auditotirum  Conde Ferreira, Sesimbra

N 38.44403 | W -9.101586

Glise Bar

N 38.444217 | W -9.10149

João Mota Cinethearer/ Sesimbra Council Library

N 38.444753  W -9.101005

Portuguese Foundation for Comunications

N38.707822 | W -9.150434

SANA Hotel, Sesimbra

38°26’33″N 9°05’55″W

Related Videos

Cabo Espichel from Lands of Lost Word”

“House of Spirits”

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