60 Years of Nukufilm Studio + 3 Portuguese Projects (Pronto Era AssimAmélia e Duarte; Axl Rose + Cinegirassol)

Venue: Museu da Marioneta
Dates: 1st March a 8th April
Opening date: 1st March at 6:30pm

Exhibition dedicated to the 60 years of Nukufilm Studio (Estonian Puppet Animation Studio) where 15 sets of several films from the production company will be presented along with 4 sets of Portuguese stop motion films.

The exhibition focuses on a presentation of animated movies using puppets, and other hybrid techniques and approaches. These are films that show their own backstage, revealing to the viewer some of their production secrets, including the graphic research, puppet production and accessories, decorations or storyboards.

The term “anima film” comes from latin and means “a movie with soul”. So, an animator is the one who gives a soul. But how can you give a soul to an inanimate object? There are many ways to make it happen. Do not miss it; watch it until april 8th.


Images from Animation Films

Venue: Cinema São Jorge
Dates: 8th March a 18th March

Priit Pärn exhibition – Children’s Films Illustrations
Paul Drissen exhibition – Exhibition of unique images from Paul Driessen’s film.
Exhibition of Sardinha em Lata’s 10-year anniversary
Exhibition of Posters of Portuguese films in Competition.


Priit Pärn exhibition – Films illustration

Venue: Fábrica do Braço de Prata
Dates: 15th February to 28th March


Estonian Films Exhibition – Images from Films

Venue: Cinemateca – Museu do Cinema
Dates: 8th March a 18th March