History & Anthropology. The cinematic chain from production to reception of ‘Nelisita’ (1982), an Angolan vernacular-language feature fiction film across popular, film festival and scholarly contexts.

Kronos: Southern African Histories. The many lives of Carvalho's Ovakuvale field photography, since the 1990s, made during the Angolan civil war.

Newspaper piece on using filmmaking for ethnographic research, published within the series "Ciências Sociais em Público", June 2020. (in portuguese)

Essay about the International Meeting Everything passes except the past, promoted by the Goethe-Institut in September 2019 at Culturgest, Lisbon, in articulation with the film programme, Reimagining the postcolonial archive. The essay addresses the relationship between remembering and forgetting the past.


Talk in Portuguese on the lives of field photography by Ruy Duarte de Carvalho, made during the longstanding civil war, among the transhumant shepherds in Southern Angola (1992-7).

Recording of online seminar dedicated to Kronos 46. Presentation by Patrcia Hayes and Iona Gilburt.

Live discussion between Tamer El Said, Inês Ponte, and Catarina Simão – moderated by Diana McCarty, hosted by Jumọke Adeyanju for the programme Latitude on air.

Collective talk about cinema and sustainability based on 4 films screened at DocLisboa, international film festival.

Talk with Billy Woodberry, Cristina Nord, Isabel Noronha, Mamadou Ba, moderated by Inês Ponte.

Session gathering filmmakers, activists and researchers from Africa and Europe discussing a call for action and reflection on decolonising film archives

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