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Antonio Borges Correia

Portugal

Biografi

Antonio Borges Correia was born in 1966. After a brief period in radio and press, he started his studies on Cinema at the Theater and Cinema Superior School in 1989, choosing the filmmaking area. In 1992 he worked as the second Director's Assistant on the film of Manoel de Oliveira “A Caixa" and concluded one of the final exercises of his course. In 1998 he got a subsidy from ICA for his first short film “Flying Away” (Golpe de Asa) which got to Locarno, Clermont-Ferrand and Vila do Conde. He continues on short films for a long period until he finally centers on a very personal and deep concept of doing documentaries to the point of letting himself be invaded by fiction. Then comes “Endgame” (O Lar) thought 20 years before and concluded in 2007. Its premiere is in Paris, at Pompidou Centre (Cinéma du Réel) and it goes to some international cinema festivals. After that, a project on war veterans is carried out and in 2010 he produces and directs “Delivery” (Parto) with characters performing their own roles and where he risks to the limit the fusion between documentary and fiction (Premiere at DocLisboa and it is chosen to the BAFICI in Buenos Aires and for the CineB in Chile). He continues to explore this manner during the following year with “Sign” (Gesto), a film about a young deaf, who aims to be a film director. It is still in the country touring as well as in festivals abroad.


Filmography:

A Passagem/ The Passage (12´, Portugal, 1992)
Golpe de Asa/ Flying Away (12´, Portugal, 1998)
Desvio 45/ Detour 45 (15´, Portugal, 2002)
Antes de a vida começar/ Before Life Begins (63´, Portugal, 2005)
O lar/ Endgame (71´, Portugal, 2007)
Apoteose/ Apotheosis (66´, Portugal, 2008)
Parto / Delivery. (80', Portugal, 2010)
Gesto / Sign. (19', Portugal, 2011)
A Parte Essencial / The Essential Part. (2012)
Os Olhos de André / The Eyes Of André (2014)

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Delivery

Parto (Orig.) / 2010 / Portugal / 80 min

Phones, internet, cable TV, GPS, social networking, live in the era of full communication, in a few years radically changed the physiognomy of our day to day. But the mountains are still in place, with rivers and streams to run obstinately to the sea. And as stones, water, the trees, there are also men who remain unyielding in the most inhospitable places in the deepest valleys and isolated.

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Sign

Gesto (Orig.) / 2011 / Portugal / 79 min

António is eighteen years old and he’s profoundly deaf. He wants to study film directing, outside of Portugal, to become a filmmaker and make movies for the deaf and hearing impaired...

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Endgame

O lar (Orig.) / 2007 / Portugal / 71 min

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