Lisbon & Estoril Film Festival


Prizes Lisbon & Sintra Film Festival 2019

Award-Winning films at the 13th edition of LEFFEST - Lisbon & Sintra Film Festival Announced

Screenings of Award-Winning Films at LEFFEST’19

There’s still time to watch (or rewatch) our 13th edition Award-Winning films at the Lisbon & Sintra Film Festival!

A great last day at LEFFEST’19!

Sunday’s our last day at this 13th edition of Lisbon & Sintra Film Festival. 

And for this very special day we gather performances, talks and unique special sessions, attended by Stephen FrearsSeamus MurphyTeresa SalgueiroWagner Moura and Fanny Ardant

At this festival where we celebrate the meeting of cinema with other arts, don’t miss Teresa Salgueiro’s concert dedicated to Wenders and the play Hiroshima, My Love, by Fanny Ardant. An unforgettable day…

Les Misérables / Official Selection Out of Competition

Les Misérables, winner of the Jury Prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival and inserted in the Official Selection - Out of Competition at LEFFEST’19, will be screened on Sunday, the 24th, at Lisbon’s Espaço Nimas

“Ladj Ly’s first feature is an urgent and consuming film in ebullition, but also an extremely dense film that must be unfolded.”  
- Cahiers du Cinéma

My Beautiful Laundrette with Stephen Frears in Lisbon!

After watching the series A Very English Scandal and the film The Grifters on Saturday, we head to another classic by Stephen Frears, My Beautiful Laundrette, just this Sunday, the 24th, at 11h30AM

The screening, taking place at Espaço Nimas, in Lisbon, will host Stephen Frears himself in a conversation with Paulo Branco entitled “Where is Great-Britain going? Brexit and its consequences on artistic and cinematographic production”.

News: PJ Harvey in A Dog Called Money, by Seamus Murphy

The film marking the latest collaboration among musical icon PJ Harvey and Seamus Murphy is A Dog Called Money, which gets its name from one of PJ Harvey’s songs in the album, and brings to Portugal the award-winning photographer and director Seamus Murphy.

Murphy will attend both sessions:
Saturday, 23th, at 6PM, at Centro Cultural Olga Cadaval Sunday, 24th, at 2h30PM at Espaço Nimas, followed by a conversation with the director.
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