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27 April| CAPa Centro de Artes Performativas do Algarve, Faro 21h30 | m/12 | 60 min | ticket 6€ 

nova criação Sofia Dias & Vítor Roriz Portugal

national premiere

tratado sobre o perdão, by Luaty Beirão Angola/Portugal reading by Carolina Santos real time illustration by Miguel Mendonça Portugal
Bon Voyage
 written and directed by Fabio Friedli Switzerland Animation: Nils Hedinger, Martin Waespe, Fabio Friedli performed by: Linford Boateng, Nik Rechsteiner DOP & lighting: Janosch Abel Music: Thomas Gassmann Sound design: Dieter Hebben Production: Gerd Gockel, HSLU Design & Kunst, AnimationIn a Nut Shell written and directed by Fabio Friedli Switzerland Production: YK Animation StudioIrregulars directed by Fabio Palmieiri Italy story by Cyrille Kabore Production: P.P.P. NOTWORKINGFILMS Music: Traditional African Music sound design and mixing by: Fabio Palmieri
The Afghan Bruce-Lee directed by por Jayga Rayn production: High Horse Studios

nova criação

a commissioned creation is an act of courage, for both the one throwing the challenge as for those who accept it, and it’s also a surprise both for the programmer as for the audience when they simultaneously see the final performance. In this case, the professional journey of Sofia Dias and Vitor Roriz is surely a guarantee of quality to those who will have the opportunity to see their new creation.

Bon Voyage 

dozens of emigrants climb on to an overcrowded truck. Their goal: fortress Europe.

When they arrive there after an exhausting journey, the confrontation with another brutal reality awaits them: the European handling of refugees.

In a Nut Shell

from a seed to war, from meat to love, from indifference to apocalypse. An attempt to capture the world in a nutshell.

Irregulars

each year 40.000 people from Africa, Asia and Middle East, try to enter Europe. They flee from war, persecution and poverty. Since the ways by land have been interrupted, they board overloaded vessels and face a dangerous and often deadly voyage across the Mediterranean.

The Afghan Bruce-Lee the story of Abbas Alizada and his journey to turn his uncanny resemblance to Bruce Lee into a way to pull his family out of the danger and poverty they face in Afghanistan.