The FRONTEIRA - International Documentary and Experimental Film Festival will feature the work of Portuguese filmmaker Rita Azevedo Gomes and three Portuguese short-films are competing at the festival.
The incentive offers a refundable tax credit (corporate income tax) of 20% to 25% of the costs of production in Portugal, depending on the characteristics of the project.
CIDADE PEQUENA, by Diogo Costa Amarante, won the Golden Bear for Best Short Film at the 67. º Berlinale. OS HUMORES ARTIFICIAIS, by Gabriel Abrantes, was also distinguished as Berlin’s Short Film Nominee for the 2017 European Film Awards.
On February 11th, the Film and Audiovisual Institute (ICA) will take advantage of its presence at Berlinale to present a new film production tax incentive to the international filmmaking community, just weeks before its entry into force.
From February 5 to 12, Porto hosts IndieJúnior Allianz —1st International Children’s and Youth Film Festival of Porto. There will be animated films, documentaries and thematic sessions. Come and discover the world of IndieJúnior.