Manoel de Oliveira

 
Manoel de Oliveira's (Porto, 1908-2015) oeuvre is one of the most original chapters in the history of cinema. His work has received universal recognition as demonstrated by the host of awards from film festivals and academies worldwide. Amor de Perdição (1978), Francisca (1981), O sapato de cetim (1985), Non, ou A Vã Glória de Mandar (1990), Vale Abraão (1993) are some of his greatest accomplishments.
 
Manoel de Oliveira - A Casa / The House
2019
bilingual edition (English / Portuguese)
Serralves
Taking Manoel de Oliveira's posthumous film A Visita ou Memórias e Confissões as a point of departure, this publication offers a broader questioning of the concept of the house in the filmmaker's oeuvre. Lavishly illustrated with archive material and images of his films, it includes several especially commissioned texts, together with an unpublished conversation between Oliveira and architect Álvaro Siza.
Manoel de Oliveira - Collection Box (vol. 1, 2, 3)
2015
bilingual edition (English / Portuguese)
Serralves
60.00 40.00 €
This box gathers the three volumes of the publication the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art began in 2008, in the framework of the major exhibition dedicated to the director, on the occasion of his 100th birthday.
Manoel de Oliveira - Angelica
1998
French edition
Dis Voir - Cinema – Fictions
The first original screenplay for The Strange Case of Angelica, a long term project started in the fifties and left unfinished until 2010.
Manoel de Oliveira - Angelica
1998
English edition
Dis Voir - Cinema – Fictions
The first original screenplay for The Strange Case of Angelica, a long term project started in the fifties and left unfinished until 2010.
Manoel de Oliveira - Lisbonne culturelle
1995
French edition
Dis Voir - Cinema – Fictions
A cultural vision of Lisbon, which also illuminates the work and personal obsessions of Manoel de Oliveira.
Manoel de Oliveira - Les Cannibales
1989
French edition
Dis Voir - Cinema – Fictions
out of stock
Inspired by a short story by Alvaro de Carvalhal, a Portuguese writer who died in 1861 at the age of 23, and who was the author of unusual tales which were published posthumously, this libretto, written by Oliveira, is a complete transcription of his filmed opera The Cannibals.
Manoel de Oliveira -
1988
French edition
Dis Voir - Cinema – Monographs
The first monograph to explore the entire work of the master of Portuguese film (interview with and visual lay-out by Manoel de Oliveira).


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