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Luanda is the stage for Portuguese-speaking cinema. Festin returns and chooses capital for five days of culture

The Itinerant Festival of the Portuguese Language – better known as Festin – is back, and this time it chose Luanda to be the main stage for five days filled with cinematographic culture.


Luanda was thus (re)elected 'Capital of Lusofonia' in 2022, and hosts the initiatives linked to the festival between the 1st and 5th of May at the Anfiteatro Wiza - Fundação Arte e Cultura, and at the Casa De Cultura e Artes Ubuntu.

With the aim of promoting cinematography in the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries (CPLP), Festin will screen four feature films and 10 short films from Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Mozambique and Portugal. The complete program will be "coming soon", promises the organization.

To Angop, the co-producer of the event and representative of the Association of Film Professionals (APROCIMA), Francisco Pedro, said that the initiative is part of the program "Luanda Capital of Culture of the CPLP", proposing children's and adult films.

He also advanced that the festival will also have a workshop for event producers, held free of charge, and directed by a Brazilian specialist. "With this festival, the exchange between APROCIMA and Festin was born for the exchange of experiences and information about the field of work", he highlighted.

The "Luanda Capital of Culture CPLP" initiative aims to carry out proposals for cultural activities in the fields of music, dance, theatre, poetry, cinema, exhibitions and debates.

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