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In biweekly episodes (portuguese and english), three filmmakers, friends from the Film School days, uncover the aesthetic and storytelling choices behind Art & Popular Cinema from the Then & Now and how film reflects an author's deeper ideas on this thing of being human.
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Uncovering the Art of
World Wide Cinema
Tomás Ferreira is a Film writer-director & Editor, specialized in Screenwriting and Editing through Lisbon Theater and
Film School and with a Masters in Directing by the University of South Wales.
In 2019, he was one of the Biennal of Contemporary Arts participants on the workshop "Spirits, Shadows and Reflections" by the award-winning director João Salaviza. In 2020, he co-wrote a short film accepted for a creative supporting programme at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival and more recently, his short film "In a House, At Night" premiered at Soho London Film Festival moving onto the independent Festival circuit.
He is the Podcast Host & Video Editor.
Leonardo Miranda is a Film writer-director & Sound Editor, specialized
in Screenwriting and Sound through
Lisbon Theatre and Film School.
He likes to delve into documentary-fiction with an experimental style, having his latest shorts of the kind premiered at Fest New Directors New Films Festival.
Like his fellow co-hosts, he has a deep appreciation for Fim History, with a particular fascination for the Comedy genre and how it has developed over the years. Some of his favourites include Charlie Chaplin, Ernst Lubitsch and Wes Anderson.
He is the Podcast Host & Sound Editor.
Miguel Aido is a Music Composer and fellow alumn of the Lisbon Theatre and Film School, having specialized in Film Production and Sound.
He has Piano and Orchestra Training in the Odivelas Music Society and Vitorino Matono Musical Institute. Miguel has composed music for short films, one of which, “Fate”, a short directed by fellow RWC host Tomás Ferreira.
He has also produced the short "Flowers for my Father", which premiered at the 2022 DocLisboa International Film Festival.
He is the Podcast Host & Composer.