There are (at least) 2 ways to read RT-FACT. I interviewed the man behind the stage name and learned what it takes to create electronic music.
I talked to Bruno Castro about TEMA’s upcoming issue on post-urban, Lisbon, and what he thinks of his city as it is, was, and will be.
Born in Santiago do Cacém and based in London, Gonçalo Almeida won the award for Best Portuguese Horror Short Film at the 11th MotelX.
Ricardo Couto, is the director of “Terra Mãe” and a student at the Fantasporto 2016 award-winning film school ESMAE.
Cinematographer by vocation, director by accident, Liliana Gonçalves wrote, produced, and co-directed Fantasporto’s award-winning short TURP.
What do theater workshops in a circus tent, punk rock band The Clash and disco hit “Electric Avenue” have in common? In one word, Brixton.
Vera Marmelo’s portraits show people from the inside out, stripped but not vulnerable, that natural and clear. This, to me, is her signature.
Nick Suave is a stage name but he’s not the arrogant rock star with the proverbial stick up where the sun doesn’t shine.
Of the many times we passed by the Hollywood slum, one thing always got my attention: the statues of the Ganesh idol.