Sílvia Coelho has been working in video and editing since 2013. She holds a degree in Media Studies, at the Portuguese Catholic University in Lisbon and currently completes a Master Degree in Documentary Cinema at ESMAD, Porto. Long feature audiovisual works include Sons do Arco Ribeirinho Sul (2014) a document about the soundscape and the building of a sound archive in the city of Barreiro and Unedo Omnes Dies (2017).
Paulo Raposo is a sound artist, curator and producer based in Lisbon, Portugal. After studies of philosophy and cinema, he started working on the early nineties in the medium of live electronics and computer sound, performing, recording and exhibiting works in Europe, Middle East and United States.
Festivals and Awards: Medronho Todos os Dias (Unedo Omnes Dies) World Premiere – DocLisboa Honorable Mention of the INATEL Foundation Award for Best Thematic Film Associated with Cultural Practices and Traditions and the Intangible Heritage of Humanity.