ADUFEIRAS DO PAUL MPAGDP
OS TUNOS MPAGDP
VERA MANTERO – OS SERRENHOS Auditorium
FEW FINGERS Tarde ao Sol
TIAGO PEREIRA Tarde ao Sol
CRISTINA BRANCO Lopes Graça
DA CHICK Eira
DEOLINDA Lopes Graça
DJ LILOCOX Aguardela
PUTO MÁRCIO Aguardela
MADALENA PALMEIRIM MPAGDP
ANDRÉ BARROS Auditorium
BONECOS E CAMPANIÇA MPAGDP
DEAR TELEPHONE Giacometti
ANDRÉ BARROS Auditorium
TIM TIM POR TIM TUM Tarde ao Sol
KEEP RAZORS SHARP Eira
CARMINHO Lopes Graça
WHITE HAUS Eira
FANDANGO Lopes Graça
DOTORADO PRO Aguardela
11 AUGUST — QUEM ÉS TU, LAURA SANTOS? Camping
During the afternoon, short films sessions from Portuguese-speaking countries, part of “Curtas em Flagrante”, comprised of the best works shown at the 2016 edition. For those wishing to escape sunlight, this is an opportunity to get to know contemporary and independent productions.
Lux, Bernardo Lopes and Inês Malveiro
Guelras, Isabella Rinaldi
Turp, Liliana Gonçalves and Francisco Neves
Não-Humano, Hugo Magro
A Espiral da Morte dos Operários-Formiga, Ana Cabaça and Francisca Marvão
O Mal e a Aldeia, Diogo Lima and David Serôdio
Prefiro Não Dizer, Pedro Augusto Almeida
Manuel, Bruno Carnide
Doce Lar, Nuno Baltazar
A Tua Plateia, Óscar Faria
Esperando Gordão, Thiago B. Mendoca
Ronde, Bruno Polónio
Fora Da Vida, Filipa Reis
“Este Povo” [This People] is a genuine portrait of a whole village, made by those who inhabit it. In the first person, the older people of Cem Soldos recall their memories and experiences, building an inspiring testimony, where every individual story blends in with the story of the place where they were born – “This People” of Cem Soldos. This was the richness found by a group of young “cem-soldenses”, who filmed the village and its people throughout the year. The resulting digital archive (perpetually updated) is the pretext for the creation of this first documentary feature.
Directed by: Filipe Cartaxo, João Silva, Leonor Atalaia, Madalena Tomaz e Miguel Atalaia
Just like Benjamim’s album, the film “Auto Rádio” is a trip across the country, the songs and the music. It talks about Afife, Guinea, and forgotten concerts in Pedralva village; or about music making in Portugal. It is an ode to the toughness of being on the road, to the failed concerts, to the successful ones, to records, radios, summertime and Portugal, while telling the unusual adventure of a tour through a whole country in a van piled up with equipment. Furthermore, it reveals us many details about the songs, giving them proper context.
Directed by: Gonçalo Pôla
A Máscara como (ul)traje da paisagem
Installation and performance
This project aims to develop some of its ideas through periodic performances during BONS SONS, making use of a permanent installation that can, in some way, add a continuous ground to the concept. The Adega [cellar] de São Sebastião will welcome an artistic collective who brings together the areas of installation, sculpture, image, and performance for a play that reinvents itself from August 12th to the 15th.
Artists: João Mourão, Margarida Chambel, Nuno Oliveira, André Neto, Alexandre A R Costa, Filipa Guimarães, Ana Teresa Magalhães
The Great Gig in the Sky
“The Great Gig in the Sky”, conceived and designed by Colletivo Arcipelago, from Bari, Italy, is the winner of the international creativity competition conjointly promoted by ideasforward and BONS SONS. This installation, made of nets for olive harvesting, inverted and suspended over balloons anchored to the ground, will allow for permanent shade during the hot days at Palco Eira.
All the other submissions, including the top 3 projects and the 7 honourable mentions will be shown in a joint exhibition during the festival.
Created by: Colletivo Arcipelago
Cem Soldos, 100 Sons
“Come and listen to the village!”. This could be the starting point for this installation and sound archive, which will be subsequently stored online. It lets you listen to the village through 100 sounds that, together, create an acoustic body of Cem Soldos’ identity. You’ll be invited to explore the village’s sound landscapes and references – its vibration and diversity – by listening to the field recordings. What does Cem Soldos sound like? The installation will try to answer this question through you.
Creation: Luís Antero
Here, anyone can show their talent. You just have to sign up daily. BONS SONS lends the stage to solo acts or bands, as well as the technical means, allowing unknowns to perform for a considerable number of people.
This stage is a unique opportunity for newcomers to test their projects in front of an audience and agents, but, above all, it’s a way to celebrate music in a happy and relaxed environment.
At Palco Garagem music is for everyone, and it might just be you up on that stage.
The legend of the matryoshka dolls tells us about something that repeats itself marvelously and uninterruptedly. But what happens when a lumberjack doesn’t want to make more dolls? Or when he fears the nature of his own creation? This small way of telling a legend, that brings back the protection of the mother’s womb, intersects the idea of repetition with the oneness of each person’s experience towards creation.
Created and performed by: Susana Gaspar Domingos
Artistic coordinator: Vera Alvelos
Inuit: Um Povo Com Vários Povos (A people with several people)
“Inuit” means PEOPLE. The Inuit live in deep connection with the planet, and treat human beings, animals, plants, and the whole of nature with the same respect. They build houses that melt in summer and others that get wet during wintertime. And they change homes like the swallows. Some families would rather build stone houses that will shelter them during the long and dark winter. The bigger ones accommodate 50 people, and these are used by the whole community for dancing, fighting, playing games, and storytelling. What stories and secrets are there, from the other side of the world, so close to our future?
Created and performed by: Zé Luís Costa
Artistic coordinator: Vera Alvelos
Music for Kids
The Festival’s mornings are dedicated to the kids and their families, with specific programming at the Cem Soldo’s Auditorium. “Music for Babies” sessions, destined to children from 0 to 5 and their parents. Later it’s time for 6 to 10 years-old, with a workshop of traditional Portuguese music that ends in a mini-concert for the parents.
These sessions, supervised by Associação Canto Firme, seek to create playful experiences, raising awareness to music while allowing families moments of sharing.