Borrowing the title from Jacques Rancière's book on the filmmaker, which will be launched in a Portuguese translation at the festival, we (re)visit several of his films, including the early Blood, now in a restored digital copy, Ossos, the first of the Fontainhas trilogy, in a 4K restoration that the director himself has just carried out, Colossal Youth and Horse Money.

The festival will also host the Portuguese premiere of The Daughters of Fire, a short film that was in the Official Selection at Cannes this year, and which will be screened along Godard's last short film, which also premiered there at Cannes, and with Introduction to Arnold Schoenberg’s “Accompaniment to a Cinematographic Scene” by Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet, filmmakers from Costa's "family" – that of a cinema of resistance to the dominant discourse – who had a mutual admiration for the most international of Portuguese filmmakers.