18 DIC.
Teatro Principal


Portugal | 2003 | 103′ | Colour | SPANISH PREMIERE

Dirección/Direction: Susana Nobre. Guión/Script: Susana Nobre. Fotografía/Cinematography: Susana Nobre.  Montaxe/Editing: Luís Miguel Correia. Son/Sound: Nuno BarbosaColaboración/Colaboration: Maria do Céu Nobre. Produción/Production: João Matos, Maria João Soares. Produtora/Production CompanyTerratreme Filmes.

Terratreme Filmes

Campo Grande, 111, 1700-089 Lisboa, Portugal |

Documentary about cancer, filmed at the Portuguese Institute of Oncology in Lisbon from the meeting with patients in the active life of consultations, treatments, and waiting rooms.

Susana Nobre (1974, Lisbon, Portugal) holds a degree in Communication Sciences from the Universidade Nova of Lisbon. She took a Filmmaking course with the collaboration of The London Film School, within the scope of the Creativity and Artistic Creation Program of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. Nobre belongs to the production company Terratreme since 2006 where she made the films Jack’s Ride (2021), Ordinary Time (2018), The Philosophical Journeys -episode 3 within Tracking the Naturalists– (2016), Trials, Exorcisms (2015), Active Life (2013), Lisbon-Province (2010) and Daycare Hospital (2003). Her films have been screened at several international festivals such as the Berlinale (Forum), Cannes (Quinzaine Des Réalisateurs), Rotterdam, Angers, Viennale, Vila do Conde, Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro, etc. Along with her activity as a filmmaker, Nobre also worked in the production of films by directors such as João Rosas, Basil da Cunha and Pedro Peralta, among others. She is currently in the post-production phase of her latest feature film, Cidade Rabat.


Doc’s Kingdom, Seminário Internacional sobre Cinema Documental, Portugal, 2003

Programa de Itinerância Cinematográfica, ICA/MC, Portugal, 2007

Cinemateca Portuguesa, 2011

LUSSAS, États Généraux du Film Documentaire, 2012