The film ‘Raposa’, made by the Portuguese Leonor Noivo and premiered at the 30th International Film Festival in Marseille, received special mention in two awards of the international competition of the event, was announced today.
According to the organization, the only Portuguese film in the main category, received special mention in the Georges de Beauregard Prize, which distinguishes documentary productions that testify to its own time, and the Marseille Esperance Prize, for new values, while the Festival’s Grand Prix went to or Chilean Ignacio Agüero, for ‘Nunca Subi El Provincia’.
‘Raposa’, a documentary feature film that addresses one of the aspects of behavioral psychiatric disorders, had a world premiere in FIDMarseille’s international competition.
According to the information available on Terratreme’s website, the film “addresses one of the aspects of behavioral psychiatric diseases”, with Patricia Guerreiro as protagonist and co-historian. Actress and director are present at the ceremony, which is taking place today, the last day of the event.
“Astute and slender pursued and fleeing,” Fox “is the metaphor of an endless obsession – in every breath, every gesture, every thought. Marta seeks in the emptiness of her body a way to reach her inner essence, in a search abstract of a free spirit that can end in its own liberation “, can be read in the synopsis.
Leonor Noivo, who studied architecture and photography, before joining the School of Theater and Cinema, is one of the creators of Terratreme Filmes, who took over the production and distribution of the work, with a total duration of 40 minutes.
The producer was created in 2008 by João Matos, Luísa Homem, Pedro Pinho, Susana Nobre, and Tiago Hespanha, as well as Leonor Noivo.
Since that time, along with the realization, has developed work as a producer in the coordination and monitoring of projects of fiction and documentary.
His first documentary film, ‘Macau Apart’, dates back to 2001. In 2005 he made his debut in fiction with ‘Salitre’.
‘Everything I can imagine’, his most recent film, from 2017, accompanies a group of friends in the neighborhood of Alcoitão (Cascais) in the late teens.
Jorge Cramez’s “Antechamber”, a movie about filming, was also part of the series, in Historie (s) of Portrait, after having premiered in October of last year at DocLisboa.