In this address of the cinema stories of Porto and the struggle of women | Movie theater

When a friend told him about the Cinema course he was teaching at the Porto Autodidact and Senior Citizens University (UATIP), Eva Ângelo’s idea finally found a home. The project she had underway around the city where she had lived in recent years gained “urgency” with the imminence of her departure to other geographies. And in that classroom, she glimpsed, unexpectedly, the perfect “cut” for him: the basic question – “what is cinema?” – would answer students of that discipline, with a “special bond” to art. But in this narrative, other stories were revealed, little by little.

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