The first edition of the AMPLA, a film festival that brings together a selection of awardwinning films in 2021 in the main film festivals in Portugal, like Vila do Conde, Fantasporto, MOTELX, Queer Festival, MONSTRA, Doclisboa, IndieLisboa. It’s a unique opportunity to experience the best Portuguese and international cinema, from short to feature films, from documentaries to horror movies, not forgetting sessions dedicated to younger audiences.
All movies are shown with accessibility features so that all people can enjoy the shows on equal terms. Two sessions will be laid-back and held in a more relaxed environment. Alongside this program, there is a set of workshops open to the public and a masterclass aimed at film producers.
25–27 MAR 2022
1–3 APR 2022
4€ (preço único)
Accessibility + info
An additional commentary aimed at people with visual impairments (blind and low vision) referring to body language, expressions and movements. It is a resource used in television, film, theatre, dance, opera, music concerts, visual arts and museum visits of all kinds. It consists of a narrator who describes during the presentation or visit, during the natural pauses in the audio, what cannot be perceived through listening. Sometimes, when absolutely necessary, the audio describer speaks during dialogues.
Portuguese Sign Language (LGP)
The language through which a large part of the deaf community in Portugal (about 30,000 people) communicates. LGP is also used by the larger community – Deaf people’s relatives (the word capitalised refers to the person who speaks LGP), educators, teachers, technicians, among others. The expression "sign language" refers to the mother tongue of a community of Deaf people. Sign languages are natural languages, which arise and develop naturally, like spoken languages. This language is produced by movements of the hands, body and facial expressions and its reception is visual. It has its own vocabulary and grammar.
Theatre, dance and cinema sessions or any other type of cultural offer that take place in a more relaxed and welcoming atmosphere and with more tolerant rules regarding movement and noise in the room. They can also involve small adjustments in a performance (lighting, sound, etc.) and in the reception of the public, to better adapt to their needs. They are aimed at all people and families who prefer or benefit from a more relaxed environment in a cultural space (for example, people with attention deficit, people with intellectual disabilities, people in the autism spectrum, people with sensory or communication disabilities). Relaxed sessions seek to reduce anxiety levels and make the experience more pleasant. They are a collaboration between theatres, artistic teams, parents, caregivers and companions, so that everyone can enjoy the same show.
Duplacena, Horta Seca - Associação Cultural
Garantir Cultura, Instituto do Cinema e Audiovisual
Fundação Liga, Associação Cultural de Surdos da Amadora, Bengala Mágica, Associação Portuguesa para as Perturbações do Desenvolvimento e Autismo, Accessible Portugal
António Câmara Manuel, Rita Gonzalez, Sofia Afonso