Screenwriter and director

Born in Portugal, which he leaves as soon as he can, Carlos Saboga successively lives in Paris, Rome, Algiers - without papers for a long time, then with identity papers - and moves again to Paris, where he lives at the moment. He practises jobs as translator, production assistant, journalist, (columnist, reporter, correspondent, film critic) both in the print media and on radio and television. He collaborates, mostly moonlighting and not credited, to the realization of La Jeune Morte by Claude Faraldo, Il Sasso in Bocca by Giuseppe Ferrara, Jacquoule Croquant by Stellio Lorenzi. He writes, as well, for television and cinema, on Les Filles du Maître de Chai by François Luciani, Le Blocus by José Fonseca e Costa, Le Trajet de la Foudre by Jacques Bourton, Un Ballon dans la Tête by Michaëla Watteaux, La Place du Mort and Ras le bol by A.-P. Vasconcelos, Matar Saudades by Fernando Lopes, The Miracle according to Salomé and Doomed love by Mário Barroso, Mysteries of Lisbon by Raúl Ruiz, Lines of Wellington by Valeria Sarmiento.


November 20th, 9.30PM
Cinema Medeia Monumental