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World Piano Days: Great Pianists at LEFFEST

For some
years now, World Piano Day is celebrated on the 88th day of the year. The chosen date refers to the number of keys on the instrument, and this year – a leap year – it takes place this Saturday, on the 28th of March.

Pierre Guyotat: Literature as Total Artwork

The French writer Pierre Guyotat (1940-2020) is one of the greatest authors in twentieth French Literature, with a unique voice. He died in Paris through last Friday night. As Azzedine Alaïa wrote (Pierre Guyotat, La matière de nos oeuvres), Guyotat “ennobled French language: with his unique writing he achieves to speak of things we don’t speak of with an enormous beauty. His writing is powerful, subtle, and different from any other writing. It is the French language in all its splendour: at the same time, popular and elaborated.”

THE LIGHTHOUSE premiers in Portugal in “correspondence” with the special screenings of PASOLINI and COSMOPOLIS

The Lighthouse (2019), Robert Eggers’ most recent feature, which integrated 2019 LEFFEST’s Official Selection – Out of Competition, will premier in Portugal on February 14. A psychological horror drama, whose performances by Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson have been lauded by the audience and specialized critics, the movie will be screened at Espaço Nimas, Lisbon, TAGV – Teatro Académico de Gil Vicente, Coimbra, and Teatro Rivoli, Porto.

A DOG CALLED MONEY PREMIERS THIS WEEK IN PORTUGAL

A Dog Called Money (2019), which integrated the Official Selection – Out of Competition at LEFFEST’19, is the most recent collaboration between PJ Harvey and photographer director Seamus Murphy, and will see its Portuguese premier on January 16.

SAVE THE DATE: 14th edition of LEFFEST – Lisbon & Sintra Film Festival

In 2020, LEFFEST will return to Lisbon and Sintra for another surprise-filled edition, from November 13th through the 22nd. Committed to a selection delivering the best of contemporary film production, the 14th edition of LEFFEST’s program will transcend the limits of cinema by bridging it with other arts and disciplines.
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