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Patricia Vidal Delgado (born 1987) studied Fine Art Media at Central St. Martins and the Slade School of Fine Art in London. Delgado's artistic practice investigates the intimate and the feminine; and includes video, sound and performance. Her work has featured in several international video festivals and art galleries in Budapest, Stuttgart, Zürich, Luanda, Marrakesh, Lisbon, Rio de Janeiro and London. She has just written and directed her first narrative-based short film, Bué Sabi, and lives and works in Lisbon as a camera assistant. Please visit this website in order to view examples of Patricia Vidal Delgado's experimental films and other artworks:

www.pvdelgado.com

 

gabriel

Gabriel Abrantes was born in North Carolina, United States, in 1984. He worked as an Assistant Director on Bué Sabi. In 2006 he received his BA in Cinema and Visual Arts at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, in New York. In 2005/2006 he studied at L'École National des Beaux-Arts, in Paris and in 2007 studied at Le Fresnoy Studio National des Arts Contemporains, Tourcoing, France. Since 2002 his regular solo exhibitions include: Buttpocalipse, Galeria 111, Lisbon, 2007; Visionary Iraq, with Benjamin Crotty, Galeria 111, Oporto; Too Many Daddies, Mommies, and Babies, Lumiar Cité - Maumaus, Lisbon, and 20-30 Experiments in Moral Relativism, Galeria 111, Lisbon in 2008; ZAAL 5 Film Huis Den Haag, Den Hag, 2009. He recently won the Lawrence Kasdan Award for Best Narrative Film at the Ann Arbor Film Festival 2012 and the Gold Jury Award for Best Narrative Feature at the Chicago Underground Film Festival 2012; with "Palaces of Pity". "A History of Mutual Respect" (2010) won the International Competition at the Locarno International Film Festival 2010. He won the EDP prize in 2009. Currently living and working in Lisbon, he is preparing his first feature film about Chinese immigration in Angola. Please visit Gabriel's personal website for more information:

www.mutualrespectproductions.blogspot.co.uk

 

eberhard

Eberhard Schedl started his career as a photographer, before he became a Steadicam and Camera Operator. He worked as a Director of Photography on Bué Sabi. He is based in Lisbon, speaks Portuguese, German and English and is ready to 'fly' anywhere. Working mostly on both national and international film productions, TV dramas and commercials, he is always looking for new challenges. Please visit Eberhard's personal website for more information:

www.eberhardschedl.com

 

All information correct at time of publication. © 2013, Patricia Vidal Delgado

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