Exibição Exhibition

Seleção Ensaios – Curtas-Metragens
Cinema Avenida
15/11/2020, 17:30

Reposição: A divulgar

Origem Origin

País de Origem Origin Country Portugal
País de Rodagem Filming Country Portugal

Metragem e Género Footage and Genre

Duração Runtime 00:10:30
Tipo de Projeto Project Type Student, Short
Género Genre Drama, Queer, LGBTQ+

Idioma e Legendagem Language and Subtitling

Língua Language Portuguese
Legendas Subtitles English

Príncipe Prince

Imagem de Príncipe
Sinopse Original Original Sinopsis

Príncipe retrata uma geração esquecida. Uma cidade, no convés da reabilitação internacional onde João se passeia em torno de um fervilhante desejo de partida.

Sinopse Internacional Sinopsis

Príncipe displays a forgotten generation. A city on the edge of an international rehabilitation where João walks around with a fervent desire to leave.

Mensagem do Realizador Director Statement
Príncipe displays a forgotten generation. A city on the edge of an international rehabilitation. In the film, a principle of monotony surrounds the main character, João, who travels around a immobilized romance. The film comes as a farewell letter to an inevitable separation. The youthful movement of a country without a decisive future proves a collective thought of constant euphoria. The personality added to the narrative fable lives within the subjects associated with the city and the respective geographic education that has accompanied me since I was born. This, which saw me grow within its spatial limits, invokes, by innocuous characteristics, the constant reference to the dream – a dream of escape, to a place associated with the emotional subjectivity of a restless generation. In protest, the indefinition of time, affiliated with desire, accompanies all the characters. This fragment of visual matter, like the other features of the script, can be interpreted on multiple issues posed in the aforementioned conflict. The main figure who, in contention, evades the idea of permanence, finds in the heart of urban space a focus of immobilized love. The constant feeling of rebellion following the sexual relationship of the two male characters is observational in the constant fleeting thought.

Biografia do Realizador Director Biography
Retrato de João Monteiro João Monteiro nasce no Porto, em 1996. No ensino secundário frequenta a Escola Artística de Soares dos Reis com especialização em Comunicação Audiovisual. Em 2014, viaja para Londres onde concretiza o Foundation Course da London College of Communication, especializado em Cinema.
Em 2015 regressa para ingressar na Escola Superior Artística do Porto. Aqui, é realizador de duas curtas-metragens, com apoios do ICA – Instituto do Cinema e do Audiovisual: No Fim do Mar (2018), finalista dos Prémio SOPHIA 2019 e José (2019), vencedor do Grande Prémio MIFEC: Mostra Internacional de Filmes de Escolas de Cinema. Em conjunto, Monteiro marca presença em vários festivais de cinema do panorama nacional e internacional como por exemplo o FANTASPORTO (Portugal), o Curtas Vila do Conde International Film Festival (Portugal), o FEST: New Films New Directors Film Festival (Portugal), o Salón Internacional de la Luz (Bogotá, Colômbia), o IBAFF: Festival Internacional de Múrcia (Espanha) e o Oaxaca FilmFest (Mexico).
No presente, após experiências profissionais com o FITEI – Festival Internacional de Expressão Ibérica e a produtora de cinema PIXBEE, realiza a sua terceira curta-metragem, igualmente financiada pelo ICA – Instituto do Cinema e o Audiovisual, Príncipe.

Born in Portugal, 1996. João Monteiro has been working in the cinematic & photographic arts since he was 15. Over the last 8 years his career has been developing between London and Porto, where he graduated from the London College of Communication foundation film class in 2014 and the cinema & audiovisual course at Escola Superior Artística do Porto in 2019. With years of devoloping fashion commisions, documentaries and photographic reports he directed his first financed short-film “No Fim do Mar” in 2018. Moving foward one year, after gaining attetion of the national Portuguese film festival markets and producers he debuted the short-films “José” in 2019 and “Príncipe” in 2020, once again financed by the ICA – Instituto do Cinema e do Audiovisual. His films have been screened in over 40 film-festivals worldwide gaining nominations for best student film in multiple prestigious venues like the Sophia Awards organized by the Portuguese Academy of Motion Pictures; Curtas Vila do Conde International Film Festival (Portugal); FEST: New Films New Directors Film Festival (Portugal); Caminhos do Cinema Português (Portugal); Salón Internacional de la Luz (Colombia), IBAFF: Festival Internacional de Múrcia (Spain), Oaxaca FilmFest (Mexico); and most recently the CINEMQ+ in Shanghai, China. Right now João is finishing his master’s degree in Photography & Documentary Filmmaking at the Escola Superior de Media Artes e Design in Vila do Conde; accepting freelance commisions as a photographer and videographer. The following year he returned to Portugal to enroll at Escola Superior Artística do Porto, where he worked as the director of two award-winning short-films, “No Fim do Mar” (2018), nominated for “Best School Film” at the Sophia Awards 2019, and “José” (2019), winner of the Best Film Award at MIFEC (Mostra Internacional de Filmes de Escolas de Cinema). He has also participated in several film festivals in Portugal as well as abroad, including FANTASPORTO (Portugal), Curtas do Vila do Conde International Film Festival (Portugal), FEST: New Directors, New Films (Portugal), Salón Internacional de la Luz (Bogotá, Colombia), IBAFF – Festival Internacional de Murcia (Spain) and OAXACA FilmFest (Mexico).

Data de Estreia Release Date january 2020

Data de Conclusão Year 10/09/2019

Exibições Exhibitions

Distribuição Distribution Pixbee Portugal All Rights

poster de Príncipe

Realização Director João Monteiro

Produção Production Pixbee, Escola Superior Artística do Porto

Produtores Producers Pedro Magano, Tânia Teixeira, Maria Moreira

Elenco Keycast Nuno Nolasco, José Leite, Mariana Guarda, Sara Gonçalves

Argumento Screenplay João Monteiro
Argumento Original Original Screenplay Sim/Yes

Direção de Fotografia (DoP) Direction of Photography André Amaral

Design Gráfico Graphic Design Igor Ramos

Direção de Som Sound Direction João Monteiro

Figurinos Costumes Ornitorrinco

Edição Editing João Monteiro

Banda Sonora Original Original Soundtrack Sim/Yes
Direção Musical Musical Direction Pedro Marques

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