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new media formats as an approach to new topics.

180 Media Academy gathers non-conformist talents in a programme that aims to rethink media formats and subjects. More editorial than technical, the programme offers a transdisciplinary and wide-reaching perspective for the discussion of new themes, discourses and trends that are marking the world this year, and will continue to through the next decade. 


We want to discuss new ways of telling stories that have an impact in society. As disruptive new narratives require innovative ways of delivering, to look at new themes is also to look at how they manifest through formats beyond traditional cinema settings, in different distribution platforms and mediums. 

BY CANAL180 IN COLLABORATION WITH PORTO/POST/DOC


180 Media Academy took place online between the 24 to 27 November 2020. This complementary education programme included a series of masterclasses, talks, screenings and a project development.


We’ll be back with a new edition in 2021. Follow us on social media for updates!


Contact

180ma@ostv.pt




23 NOV
6pm
Cinema Novo Screenings
6pm
Cinema Novo Screenings
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23 NOV
6pm
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Cinema Novo Screenings

Film Screenings of films in competition for the Cinema Novo prize at Porto/Post/Doc, for documentaries, with less than 40 minutes, from Portuguese film schools or from Portuguese students studying abroad.

The Cinema Novo prize is sponsored by Canal180.


This session takes place at Passos Manuel.

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8pm
C for Coffee Screening
8pm
C for Coffee Screening
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23 NOV
8pm
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C for Coffee Screening

C for Coffee is a series of insider conversations between filmmakers about cinema, around a cafe table. The series started with the recording of the first episode last year at Porto/Post/Doc. After other episodes were recorded throughout 2020, at Punto de Vista (Pamplona), IndieLisboa and Curtas Vila do Conde, the series returns to Porto/Post/Doc for a presentation and live conversation. 


This session takes place at Casa Comum, Reitoria da Universidade do Porto

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24 NOV
10am
Opening talk
10am
Opening talk
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24 NOV
10am
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Opening talk

More information soon 

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3pm
Masterclass Helen Job
3pm
Masterclass Helen Job
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24 NOV
3pm
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Masterclass Helen Job

Helen Job is the Head of Insight of TCO, the media owner behind youth culture brand Huck and film and entertainment magazine Little White Lies.

She has worked in future forecasting for two decades, leading multi-disciplinary, global futures, and strategy teams for Flamingo, WGSN and MTV in New York and London. Helen also co-founded disruptive futures, insight and strategy collective The Akin.

TCO Lab is an insights division drawing on their unique access to stories and talent across the cultural landscape.

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4.15pm
Talk with Ferran Avila
4.15pm
Talk with Ferran Avila
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24 NOV
4.15pm
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Talk with Ferran Avila

Ferran Avila is a designer and musician based in Barcelona, currently part of the creative team at Primavera Sound and Vampire Studio. He focuses his practice in new media, experimenting with new formats and interdisciplinary processes. He always has one foot in design and the other one in music. 


Under the alias Le Ranso, he produces and deejays. He has co-founded the experimental hip hop collective DISCO DURO and U(NOS OTROS), a series of club nights meticulously scattered across the year. 

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5.15pm
Talk with Victor Moriyama
5.15pm
Talk with Victor Moriyama
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24 NOV
5.15pm
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Talk with Victor Moriyama

Victor Moriyama is a Brazilian photojournalist based in São Paulo, covering South America and the Amazon rainforest for international press and NGOS, including regular contributions to The New York Times, Bloomberg, Le Monde, National Geographic Brasil and El País. 


He’s committed to documenting the processes of violence that prevail in social and environmental relations in Brazil, such as agrarian conflicts, deforestation and conservation of tropical forests and their biodiversity, genocide of indigenous populations and acceleration of climate change.


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6.15pm
Project Development with Jon Uriarte
6.15pm
Project Development with Jon Uriarte
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24 NOV
6.15pm
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Project Development with Jon Uriarte

Jon Uriarte, currently the curator of digital programmes at the Photographer’s Gallery in London, will host the project development at the 180 Media Academy. 


Through examples of experimental video art and cinema, Jon will show ways of appropriating online content to experiment with making new connections in the exploration of new themes. 


Participants will be challenged to pick one of the themes that defined the year, or will define the year and decade ahead, to construct a narrative and produce a media output.


More information will be provided prior to the event.

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25 NOV
3pm
Masterclass with Suzanne Tromp
3pm
Masterclass with Suzanne Tromp
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25 NOV
3pm
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Masterclass with Suzanne Tromp

Suzanne Tromp is the commissioning editor of WeTransfer’s content site WePresent which currently has over 3,5 million monthly readers. Next to visually bringing every story on the site to life, she leads the art commissions on WePresent and has worked on bespoke creative projects with institutions like Tate Galleries and The Royal Academy of Arts, and artists like Edel Rodriguez, FKA twigs and illustrator Polly Nor.


She joined WeTransfer in 2014 and has played a crucial part in shaping WeTransfer’s creative community. Suzanne also leads on diversity for WeTransfer’s content team, ensuring that WePresent is representative and highlights diverse voices and perspectives from all over the world. 


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5.15pm
Talk with Meghan Oretsky
5.15pm
Talk with Meghan Oretsky
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25 NOV
5.15pm
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Talk with Meghan Oretsky

Meghan Oretsky serves as a member of Vimeo's curation team, for which she watches and curates thousands of short films a year. 


In October 2014, she created Ladies With Lenses, a collection of exceptional short films made by women, and, in pre-Covid times, hosted screenings featuring some of those films at venues such as Brooklyn Academy of Music, Museum of the Moving Image, and VICE. Find out more about the channel and screening series at @ladieswithlenses.


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6pm
Screenings Le Guess Who? & Ricardo
6pm
Screenings Le Guess Who? & Ricardo
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25 NOV
6pm
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Screenings Le Guess Who? & Ricardo

Special screenings of Ricardo by Luís Sobreiro and Le Guess Who? curated films, presented by Nick Helderman.


This session takes place at Passos Manuel. 

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26 NOV
3pm
Masterclass with Amar Ediriwira
3pm
Masterclass with Amar Ediriwira
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26 NOV
3pm
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Masterclass with Amar Ediriwira

Amar Ediriwira is creative director of Boiler Room. He is also the founder and creative director of Boiler Room’s film platform 4:3 which launched in 2018. Through a VOD player, social media and events, 4:3 asserts itself a "Netflix for the underground"; a concept which has won numerous awards at The Lovies, Webbys and The Drum DADI Awards. Amar has curated events and given talks at galleries and festivals including V&A, Tate, Palais De Tokyo, ICA, CPH:DOX, Sheffield Doc Festival and SXSW.


He was previously commissioning editor for the arts company The Vinyl Factory and his writing has been published in The Guardian, Dazed & The Wire.

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4.15pm
Talk with Wouter Jansen
4.15pm
Talk with Wouter Jansen
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26 NOV
4.15pm
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Talk with Wouter Jansen

Wouter Jansen, former head of film programming at the Oscar-qualifying Go Short Film Festival is now responsible for Sales & Festivals at Square Eyes - a sales and festival distribution agency which helps outstanding non-mainstream films find the audience and recognition they deserve.


He's specialised in representing bold, author-driven features and shorts, and collaborate closely with filmmakers to devise bespoke festival distribution and sales strategies.


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5.15pm
Talk with Alejandra Smits
5.15pm
Talk with Alejandra Smits
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26 NOV
5.15pm
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Talk with Alejandra Smits

Alejandra Smits is a writer, director and performer based in Barcelona. She likes experimenting with narration - studying its nature and boundaries-

"I write poetry, scripts, essays and have a hankering for copywriting and captions."

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27 NOV
10am
Project Development with Jon Uriarte
10am
Project Development with Jon Uriarte
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27 NOV
10am
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Project Development with Jon Uriarte

Jon Uriarte, currently the curator of digital programmes at the Photographer’s Gallery in London, will host the project development at the 180 Media Academy. 


Through examples of experimental video art and cinema, Jon will show ways of appropriating online content to experiment with making new connections in the exploration of new themes. 


Participants will be challenged to pick one of the themes that defined the year, or will define the year and decade ahead, to construct a narrative and produce a media output.


More information will be provided prior to the event.


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3pm
Masterclass with Thomas Gorton
3pm
Masterclass with Thomas Gorton
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27 NOV
3pm
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Masterclass with Thomas Gorton

Thomas Gorton is Digital Editor and Director of Special Projects at Dazed Media and one half of production duo God Colony.

Dazed Media, where pop culture meets the underground, is one of the most influential independent culture platforms in the world.

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4.15pm
Talk with Camila Cornelsen
4.15pm
Talk with Camila Cornelsen
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27 NOV
4.15pm
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Talk with Camila Cornelsen

Camila Cornelsen is a director, photographer and cinematographer based in São Paulo, Brazil. In the last 8 years, Camila has lensed two feature films, an HBO series coming up March 2020, various commercials, music videos and documentaries.


She has worked for major international brands such as NIKE, APPLE, GOOGLE, INSTAGRAM,  FACEBOOK, VOGUE, NETFLIX, LUSH, including some of Brazil’s top institutions/companies like ITAÚ, BRASKEM, AMBEV, GLOBOSAT and many agencies and production companies: JWT, F/NAZCA SAATCHI & SAATCHI, WIEDEN KENNEDY, DPZ&T, RGA NY, TBWA/LEW LARA.


Her main interest is to creatively help projects with unique images and narratives.

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6pm
Project Development Presentation
6pm
Project Development Presentation
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27 NOV
6pm
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Project Development Presentation

Jon Uriarte, currently the curator of digital programmes at the Photographer’s Gallery in London, will host the project development at the 180 Media Academy. 


Through examples of experimental video art and cinema, Jon will show ways of appropriating online content to experiment with making new connections in the exploration of new themes. 


Participants will be challenged to pick one of the themes that defined the year, or will define the year and decade ahead, to construct a narrative and produce a media output.


More information will be provided prior to the event.


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Screenings
Screenings
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27 NOV
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Screenings

As part of the Full Pass for the 180 Media Academy, Porto/Post/Doc will give access to a pack of 6 films from its online programme. 


The selection was especially curated by the programming team at the festival, and features the following: 


The Death of Isaac, Fábio Silva (2019)

Land Underwater, Maddi Barber (2019)

Amor Omnia, Yohei Yamakado (2019)

What Is Not Seen, Paulo Abreu (2020)

Departure, Caco Ciocler (2019)

SOA, Raquel Castro (2020)


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Speakers - 2020 Edition

Alejandra Smits
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Alejandra Smits
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Amar Ediriwira, Boiler Room 4:3
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Amar Ediriwira, Boiler Room 4:3
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Camila Cornelsen, Director
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Camila Cornelsen, Director
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Helen Job, TCOLab
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Helen Job, TCOLab
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Jon Uriarte, Photographer's Gallery
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Jon Uriarte, Photographer's Gallery
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Ferran Avila, Primavera Sound / Vampire Studio
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Ferran Avila, Primavera Sound / Vampire Studio
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Meghan Oretsky, Vimeo
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Meghan Oretsky, Vimeo
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Nick Helderman, Le Guess Who?
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Nick Helderman, Le Guess Who?
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Suzanne Tromp, WePresent
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Suzanne Tromp, WePresent
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Thomas Gorton, Dazed Media
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Thomas Gorton, Dazed Media
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Wouter Jansen, Square Eyes
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Wouter Jansen, Square Eyes
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Victor Moriyama, Photojournalist
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Victor Moriyama, Photojournalist
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