André Soares
I have made a professional career by launching and implementing editorial projects in thematic areas such as: social communication, social networks and political activism. I started my career on the radio, because radio always fascinated me. I moved on to television helping setting up programs on a tv channel in Angola, channel two of the Public Television of Angola and TPA International (Public Television of Angola). I was also responsible for highly popular youth-oriented programs such as the Bounce Angola, dance contest and the Elite Model Look contest responsible for recruiting models in Angola. This program elaborated a mapping of the Kizomba dance movement around the world called Kizomba Nation.

I directed and coordinated the magazine of Fashion and Lifestyle Divo Magazine and worked on the documentary Bangaologia - Science of Style as a researcher, scriptwriter and interviewer.

I had work experiences in several countries like Germany, Macedonia, Cape Verde, Mozambique and Angola. I am interested in sociology and different cultures and I have acquired many contacts from the projects that I have been implementing.

In the academic field I was enrolled in several universities in Portugal and Germany.

In 2015 I graduated as Master in Anthropology, specialization in Globalization, Migrations and Multiculturalism. My thesis focuses on the practice and diffusion of kizomba throughout the world. I am currently working on my PhD and I’ve been involved in the development of consultancy works in communication and in editorial projects as well as in the production of new formats.

Leonor Forjaz
young Fernando Pessoa
She loves chocolates,

The little girl loves chocolates

Champion in everything, demigod and human.

She was born at the turn of the century on a day fifth.

Among the sinks she chooses number six,

Because she combs her hair with bolo-rei cake.

Maria Leonor Forjaz is a gymnast and national champion.

She keeps the medals of her conquests in the world,

Although she considers them a little ridiculous.

And the zodiac only knows that she’s a scorpio

With a scorpio ascendent.

Jorge Louraço
Fernando Pessoa
Jorge Louraço writes and directs plays and occasionally acts. He studied playwriting with Antonio Mercado and Sanchis Sinisterra, among others, and attended the Royal Court Theatre International Residency. A PhD candidate at Universidade de Coimbra, with a FCT scholarship, he teaches dramaturgy at Escola Superior de Música e Artes do Espetáculo (ESMAE, Porto).
Hugo Curado
Ricardo Reis
Born with the announcement of The Carnation Revolution. He lives to smear himself in metaphysics. He will die in frustration, looking for a biography.
Luís Barroso
Álvaro de Campos
Luis José Dias Barroso is 46 years old and was born in Braga. From 1994 to 1998 he was a resident actor of the Theater Company Teatro do Noroeste of Viana do Castelo. He is a regular guest in poetry readings organized by Sindicato de Poesia. He is currently the lead singer of a bégueiro rock band called ``La resistance``.
António Durães
Alberto Caeiro
António Durães is an actor and theatre director. He studied at Centro Cultural de Évora and started his career in 1984. He works in theatre, cinema and television.

Since 2001 he is a professor of interpretation at Escola Superior de Música e Artes do Espectáculo (ESMAE), in Porto. He is part of the collective Sindicato de Poesia.

António Fonseca
Bernardo Soares
António Fonseca is an award-winning actor. He holds a degree in Philosophy and finished the actor-training course at CC Évora. He acted in the following plays: “Força Humana” (from Os Lusíadas) with José Neves (2017); “Frei Luís de Sousa” by A. Garrett directed by Rogério de Carvalho (2016); “Richard III” by W. Shakespeare directed by Tónan Quito (2015) “Cais Oeste”, de B.-M. Koltès, directed by Ivica Buljan (2014); “O Contrabaixo” by P. Suskind, directed by António Mercado (2014); “O Preço” by A. Miller, enc. João Lourenço (2013), among many others. He works in cinema and television. He recorded the audiobook “Os Lusíadas como nunca os ouviu”, the full audio version of “Os Lusíadas” by Luís Vaz de Camões. He is teacher of the Theater and Education Course at ESECoimbra, since 2000.
Paulo Bragança
Mário de Sá-Carneiro - Photo | Carvalhal
Fado singer Paulo Bragança was born in Luanda. His irreverence and free spirit revolutionized fado in Portugal in the 90s. He recorded four albums, including Amai published in 1994. The record label Luaka Bop reissued Amai for an international market. In cinem, he acted in the film Traffic, directed by João Botelho and in the short film Henry and Sunny of the Irish director Fergal Rock. After 11 years living in Ireland, Paulo has returned to Portugal to resume his career as a fado singer.
Marta Campos
Ofélia Queiroz
Marta Campos was born in Águeda in 1995 and lives in Lisbon. She studied Economics at Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão. She has been working for Siemens since August 2017 in the financial area. Her main interests are traveling and she loves to taste the gastronomy of the places where she goes.
José Filipe Costa
Aleister Crowley
José Filipe Costa is a film-maker and lecturer. He holds a PhD degree from the Royal College of Art, London. His films include Linha Vermelha (Red Line, 2011), Entre Muros (In Between Walls, 2002), which he co-directed and the short fiction films Domingo (Sunday, 2005) A Rua (Outside, 2008) and O Caso J. (The Case of J., 2017). He has been a lecturer at several academic institutions and was Visitant Professor at Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro in 2013-2014. He is the author of the book O cinema ao Poder! (Power to the cinema!) ed. Hugin, Lisbon, 2002.