Diogo Costa Amarante

Diogo Costa

Diogo Costa Amarante

Diogo Costa Amarante was born in Portugal where he graduated in Law. In 2007, he was awarded the Ibermedia – best talent grant to study Documentary filmmaking and Cinematography at the Catalonia Film and Audiovisual School, Barcelona University. His first film “Jumate/Jumate” was selected in several film festivals and was awarded, among other prizes, best spanish documentary in the International Documentary Film Festival of Madrid, Spain. In 2009, Diogo participated in the Berlinale Talent Campus and directed his second documentary film “In January, perhaps” which also won the jury prize at the International Documentary Film Festival of Madrid. “The White Roses”, his first fiction short film, premiered at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival in the Official Shorts Competition and was awarded with the European Grand Prix in the Brest European Short Film Festival. In 2016, Diogo finished his Master of Fine Arts at the New York University / Tisch School of the Arts with his film “Small town” which had its International Premiere at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival and won the Golden Bear for best International Short Film. In 2018, Diogo was invited to participate in the 68th edition of the Berlin International Film Festival as one of the three members of the Jury of the Berlinale Official International Short Film Competition.

 

FILMOGRAPHY

2016 – Cidade Pequena (Small Town), 19’
2014 – As Rosas Brancas (The White Roses), 19’
2012 – Cá em Baixo (Down Here), 10’
2009 – Em Janeiro Talvez (In January Perhaps), 40’
2007 – Jumate / Jumate (Half/Half), 30’

Amarante Abramovici

André Gil Mata

André Godinho

André Príncipe

André Santos

André Valentim Almeida

Anna da Palma

Aya Koretzky

Bruno de Almeida

Carlos Braga

Catarina Alves Costa

Catarina Mourão

Catarina Vasconcelos

César Pedro

Cláudia Alves

Cláudia Clemente

Cláudia Varejão

Daniel Veloso

Diana Andringa

Diogo Costa Amarante

Dulce Fernandes

Edgar Feldman

Eva Ângelo

Fátima Ribeiro

Fernando Matos Silva

Fernando Vendrell

Filipa César

Filipa Reis

Filipe Araújo

Filipe Carvalho

Francisco Carvalho

Frederico Serra

Gabriel Abrantes

Giuliane Maciel

Hiroatsu Suzuki

Ico Costa

Inês de Medeiros

Inês Oliveira

Inês Sapeta Dias

Isabel Aboim Inglez

Ivo M. Ferreira

Jeanne Waltz

João Botelho

João Canijo

João Mário Grilo

João Matos Silva

João Miller Guerra

João Nicolau

João Pedro Rodrigues

João Pinto Nogueira

João Rosas

João Rui Guerra da Mata

João Salaviza

João Trabulo

João Viana

Joaquim Pavão

Joaquim Pinto

Jorge António

Jorge Cramez

Jorge Silva Melo

José Filipe Costa

José Maria Vaz da Silva

José Nascimento

José Vieira

Júlio Alves

Leonor Areal

Leonor Noivo

Leonor Teles

Luciana Fina

Luís Alves de Matos

Luísa Homem

Madalena Miranda

Manuel Mozos

Marco Leão

Marco Martins

Margarida Cardoso

Margarida Gil

Margarida Leitão

Margarida Rêgo

Mariana Gaivão

Marina Estela Graça

Maureen Fazendeiro

Miguel Clara Vasconcelos

Miguel Gomes

Miguel Moraes Cabral

Mónica Lima

Monique Rutler

Nathalie Mansoux

Nuno Amorim

Paulo Abreu

Paulo Filipe Monteiro

Paulo Guilherme

Pedro Augusto Almeida

Pedro Cabeleira

Pedro Caldas

Pedro Filipe Marques

Pedro Peralta

Pedro Pinho

Pedro Sena Nunes

Pierre-Marie Goulet

Raquel Freire

Regina Guimarães

Renata Sancho

Ricardo Costa

Rita Azevedo Gomes

Rita Barbosa

Rosa Coutinho Cabral

Rossana Torres

Saguenail

Salomé Lamas

Sandro Aguilar

Sérgio Tréfaut

Sofia Bost

Solveig Nordlund

Susana Nobre

Susana Sousa Dias

Takashi Sugimoto

Telmo Churro

Teresa Garcia Fernandes

Teresa Prata

Teresa Villaverde

Tiago Guedes

Tiago Hespanha

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