02 – 10 August 2019
Edition XVIII

02 – 10 August 2019
Edition XVIII

:The Tree

Schedule: 07 August, 16:00, Lumbardhi Indoor

:The Tree / A Árvore (Drvo)

Portugal, 2018, 104 min

A man, a child, two wars, a river, a tree. A man and a child meet under a tree on a river bank, sharing the same memory and a secret. They find in each other the serenity, the silence and the time they lost in the flowing water of the river.

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André Gil Mata born in São João da Madeira, Portugal in 1978. After completing a degree in Mathematics, he completed a master’s degree in Dramaturgy and Filmmaking. Drvo is his third feature film.
Berlinale 2018. Best Director Award - IndieLisboa 2018. Best Film - Lima Independiente 2018.
Rua do Açúcar 76
Armazém 35
1950-009 Lisbon, Portugal
07 August, 16:00, Lumbardhi Indoor
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