The IndieLisboa 2013 Film Festival returned to Lisbon yesterday and was opened by the Pablo Larraín movie “No” (Chile) at the São Jorge Cinema. The film is based on a campaign that took place to decide if Augusto Pinochet was going to be kept in power.
The IndieLisboa is a Film Festival that happens every year in the capital of Portugal and screens independent movies from all over the world. This year, some of the movies include: Love by Ulrich Seidl (Austria), Parallax Sounds by Augusto Contento (America) and Le Grand Soir by Benoit Delépine and Gustave Kervern (France and Belgium). In the following days, there will also be a premiere of Spring Breakers by Harmony Korine (America), the episodes of Death Row Portraits by Werner Herzog (America), Rafa by João Salaviza (Portugal), and the documentaries, Animal Love, Jesus You Know ,and Models by Ulrich Seidl (Austria).
The Festival will close on April 28, with the film Before Midnight by Richard Linklater (America) – it’s the end of the trilogy that opened the first edition of the festival in 2004, with Before Sunrise.