Cidade Pequena (Small Town, in English), by Portuguese film director Diogo Costa Amarante, won the Golden Bear for Best Short Film, at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival, which was held during the last weekend.
Mohamed El Khatib, in 2012, was, in Brussels, researching on how to translate his native language, Arabic, to a theatrical one, through interviews to his own mother, when she died, right before he finished the work.
A cinema cycle titled Gender and Identity starts today, Wednesday, February 15, at Espaço Nimas, in Lisbon, with the screening of the film The Academy of the Muses, by Spanish film director José Luis Guérin.
The International Art Film Festival starts on February 16 and goes until February 19, at Galeria Zé dos Bois, in Bairro Alto, Lisbon. It features 18 films about art, including the documentary about the Chinese painter Mio Pang Fei, made in Macau, by Portuguese Pedro Cardeira.
Triciclo is a biannual 24-page children illustration magazine, featuring quizzes, riddles and games for children aged more than six. Its founders, Ana Braga, Inês Machado and Tiago Guerreiro, say it's not only for children, but for all that like children's illustration.