The 15th Stone

Direction
Year
2005
Country
  • Portugal
Runtime
117min
Audio Tracks
Subtitles

Rita Azevedo Gomes sets Manoel de Oliveira and João Bénard da Costa loose at the National Museum of Ancient Art in Lisbon, allowing a film that is a living talking and breathing record of complicities built from art considerations in general and cinema in particular.

Details

  • Original Title
    A 15ª Pedra
  • Direction
  • Cinematography
    Leonardo Simões
  • Editing
    Rita Azevedo Gomes, Patrícia Saramago, Victor Alves
  • Sound
    Olivier Blanc, Tiago Matos
  • Runtime
    117 min (91+ min.)
  • Year
    2005
  • Country
    • Portugal
  • Format
    • Colour
  • Festivals
    • Festival Internacional de Documentário de Marselha, France, 2005
    • Festival Internacional de Cine de Mar del Plata, Argentina, 2005
    • Festival Internacional de Roma, Italy, 2005
    • Procida Film Festival, Italy, 2005
    • Festival Internacional de Cinema Documental DocLisboa, Portugal, 2005
    • Mostra de Cinema de São Paulo, Brazil, 2007
    • Festa do Cinema Periférico, Lisbon, 2008
    • Bafici, Buenos Aires, 2014
    • Festival de Cine Contemporáneo Blackcanvas, Mexico 2019

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