From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A Wolf at the Door (Portuguese: O Lobo Atrás da Porta) is a 2013 Brazilian drama thriller film written and directed by Fernando Coimbra. The film follows the story of Sylvia and Bernardo, the parents of a kidnapped girl, and Rosa, Bernardo's lover, who is suspected for the kidnapping.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Wolf_at_the_Door_(film)
Fernando Coimbra is a Brazilian film director, known for directing A Wolf at the Door (2013) and Sand Castle (2017). For the former film, Coimbra was nominated for the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – First-Time Feature Film in 2015.
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Estudou cinema na Escola de Comunicações e Artes da Universidade de São Paulo (ECA-USP), onde se graduou em 1999.  Começou sua carreira dirigindo curtas-metragens, dentre os quais Trópico das Cabras (2007), A Garrafa do Diabo (2009) e Magnífica Desolação (2010). Em 2013 dirigiu o primeiro longa - o thriller O Lobo atrás da Porta -, pelo qual obteve o Grande Prêmio do Cinema Brasileiro de 2015 (melhor longa-metragem de ficção; melhor atriz, para Leandra Leal; melhor atriz coadjuvante, para Thalita Carauta; melhor direção, para Fernando Coimbra; melhor roteiro original, para Fernando Coimbra; melhor direção de fotografia, para Lula Carvalho; melhor montagem de ficção, para Karen Akerman). Também recebeu o prêmio Horizontes, na categoria Horizontes Latinos do Festival Internacional de Cinema de San Sebastián, o prêmio Mayahuel de melhor diretor no Festival Internacional de Cinema de Guadalajara de 2014. Foi também indicado ao Directors Guild of America Award de melhor...
1. O retrato de Deus quando jovem (1996) - curta-metragem 2. Trópico das Cabras(2007) - curta-metragem 3. A Garrafa do Diabo(2009) - curta-metragem 4. Magnífica Desolação(2010) - curta-metragem 5. O Lobo atrás da Porta (2013) - longa-metragem 6. Narcos– série de TV, 2 episódios (2015) 7. Sand Castle (Castelo de areia) - (2017) longa-metragem
1. O Retrato de Deus Quando Jovem(1996) 2. Trópico das Cabras(2007) 3. A Garrafa do Diabo(2009) 4. O Lobo atrás da Porta(2013)(em inglês) Fernando Coimbra, no Internet Movie Database, IMDb.com.(em inglês) Fernando Coimbra, no AllMovie, All Media Network.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A Wolf at the Door (Portuguese: O Lobo Atrás da Porta) is a 2013 Brazilian drama thriller film written and directed by Fernando Coimbra. The film follows the story of Sylvia and Bernardo, the parents of a kidnapped girl, and Rosa, Bernardo's lover, who is suspected for the kidnapping.
Coimbra på Miami International Film Festival 2014 Fernando Coimbra er en brasiliansk filmregissør, kendt for at instruere A Wolf at the Door (2013) og Sand Castle (2017). For den tidligere film blev Coimbra nomineret til Director Guild of America-prisen for fremragende instruktion - førstegangsfilm i 2015.
Fernando Coimbra, Director: O Lobo Atrás da Porta. He graduated in Film and Video from the University of São Paulo in 1999 (ECA - SP), he became director of short films, having run dozens of festivals, such as with the "Trópico das Cabras", to run for more than 30 national and foreign festivals , among them Clermont-Ferrand, France, Cartagena, Colombia and Brasilia, where he was awarded the ...
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The city, located on a hill by the Mondego River, was called Aeminium in Roman times. The Romans founded the civitas of Aeminium in this place at the time of Augustus, which came under the protection of nearby Conímbriga (in Condeixa-a-Nova), some 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) to the south. The Roman city was encircled by a wall, and followed an orthogonal plan, with the cardo maximus and decumanus maximus crossing at the Forum. An aqueduct existed, the remains of which were incorporated into a latt...
Suebi, Alans and Visigoths
After being subjected to the Roman Empire for a long time, a deluge of barbarians flooded the Iberian Peninsula in 409, and the Lower Mondego area recognised Hermenerico, the landlord of the Suebi, as its ruler. But the ambition to gain territory dominated Ataces, king of the Alans and Coimbra fell from the hands of Hermenerico. Ataces, the new lord of Coimbra, depopulated and devastated it fearing the security of its fortresses. Delighted, however, with the beauty of Lower Mondego, and with...
The first Muslim campaigns that occupied the Iberian Peninsula occurred between 711 and 715, with Coimbra capitulating to Musa bin Nusair in 714. Although it was not a large settlement, Qulumriyah (Arabic: قُلُمْرِيَة), in the context of Al-Andalus, was the largest agglomerated centre along the northern Tagus valley, and its principal city boasted a walled enclosure of 10 hectares, supporting between 3000 and 5000 inhabitants. Remnants of this period include the beginnings of the Almedina, A...
One of the nation's most important crossroads, Coimbra was historically at a junction between Braga and Lisbon, and its river access (the Mondego flows through the municipality) provided a route between the interior communities and the coastal towns (including the seaside city of Figueira da Foz, 40 km (25 mi) west of Coimbra). The historic city of Coimbra is located centrally within the municipality, connected to Lisbon (197 km (122 mi)) and Porto (116 km (72 mi)) by the IC2, IP3 and A1motorways. The municipality is circled by several of its neighbouring municipalities in the Região de Coimbra, which include Penacova (in the northeast), Vila Nova de Poiares (to the east), Miranda do Corvo (to the southeast), Condeixa-a-Nova (to the south and southwest), Montemor-o-Velho (to the west), Cantanhede (to the northwest) and Mealhada (in the north and northeast). Just outside the municipality, there are also several picturesque mountain towns such as Lousã and Penacova, while spa towns an...
The wealth of the city rests mostly on the University of Coimbra with about 20,000 students – the city has a total of 35,000 higher education students considering the other higher education institutions based there – but also in shopping, technology and health sciences industry, administrative offices, financial services, law firms and specialised medical care. The city has many private clinics, medical offices and two large independent state hospital centres: the H.U.C. – Hospitais da Universidade de Coimbra, which is a university hospital, and the C.H.C. – Centro Hospitalar de Coimbra, which includes a general hospital. Coimbra has also the regional branch of the national cancer hospital – the I.P.O. – Instituto Português de Oncologia, as well as a military hospital. The Instituto Nacional de Medicina Legal, the state-run forensic science institute of Portugal, is headquartered in Coimbra. Notable companies based in the municipality of Coimbra include software companies Critical S...
The two banks of Mondego River at Coimbra, are linked by three main bridges: the Ponte do Açude, the Ponte de Santa Clara (which is the oldest) and Ponte Rainha Santa, also known as Ponte Europa. The Ponte Pedonal de Pedro e Inêsis the most recently constructed bridge and the only footbridge in the city. The city is internally connected by an extensive bus network, the SMTUC (Serviços Municipalizados de Transportes Urbanos de Coimbra, Coimbra Municipality Urban Transport Services) and the Coimbra trolleybus system (the only such system in Portugal). In the past, the city also had a tram network (some are now parked inside a transportation museum). Taxicabs are also available, and are recognizable as cream or black and green (black car with green rooftop) taxis. The city is a hub for interregional bus services for all the country and abroad. A light-rail metro system, Metro Mondego, was proposed however the project was abandoned at the height of Portuguese financial crisis. Coimbra h...
Coimbra has been called A cidade dos estudantes (The city of the students) or Lusa-Atenas (Lusitan-Athens), mainly because it is the site of the oldest and one of the largest universities in Portugal – the University of Coimbra, a public universitywhose origins can be traced back to the 13th century. Nowadays, it has students from 70 different nationalities; almost 10% of its students are foreigners, making it Portugal's most international university. Coimbra is also the place where the oldest and biggest university students' union of Portugal was founded – the Associação Académica de Coimbra(Academic Association of Coimbra), established in 1887. As well, there are some other schools and institutes of higher education in the city: the Instituto Politécnico de Coimbra, a public polytechnic institute; the Escola Superior de Enfermagem de Coimbra, a public nursing school; and some private higher education institutions such as the Instituto Superior Miguel Torga; the Instituto Superior...
1. Forest/Moorish City of Antanhol (Portuguese: Cidade Da Mata do Antanhol), Antanhol 2. Palace of Sub-Ripas (Portuguese: Paço de Sub-Ripas), Almedina 3. São Sebastião Aqueduct/Garden Arches (Portuguese: Aqueducto de São Sebastião), Sé Nova 4. University of Coimbra (Portuguese: Paços da Universidade de Coimbra), Sé Nova
1. Arch and Tower of the Almedina (Portuguese: Arco e Torre da Almedina), Almedina
1. Cathedral (Nova) of Coimbra (Portuguese: Sé Nova de Coimbra), Sé Nova 2. Cathedral (Velha) of Coimbra (Portuguese: Sé Velha de Coimbra), Almedina 3. Chapel of the Treasurer (Portuguese: Capela do Tesoureiro), Sé Nova 4. Church and Convent of São Marcos (Portuguese: Igreja e Convento de São Marcos), São Silvestres 5. Church of Nossa Senhora da Graça (Portuguese: Igreja da Nossa Senhora da Graça), Santa Cruz 6. Church of São Domingos (Portuguese: Igreja de São Domingos), Santa Cruz 7. Church...
Coimbra celebrates its municipal holiday on 4 July, in honour of Queen Elizabeth of Portugal (spouse of the King Denis); a religious and civic celebration that celebrated the life of the former Queen, that includes a fireworks display following the night-time march of the penitents. Coimbra houses the following cultural institutions: 1. Machado de Castro Museum, the second most important one in Portugal, housed in the former Episcopal Palace 2. University of Coimbra General Library, Portugal's second biggest library, after the National Library in Lisbon 3. The 18th-century Botanical Garden of the University of Coimbra
There is a wide variety of accommodation available, ranging from the camping-park or one of the many inexpensive hostels to the charming downtown hotelsand international chain hotels.
Parks and gardens
Coimbra has many attractive and pleasant green spaces such as parks, playgrounds, gardens and forests. The most famous park in the city is probably the Botanical Garden of the University of Coimbra, the fifth oldest in the world. The Portugal dos Pequenitos park is an educational theme park built during the Estado Novo. Its buildings are scale copies of Portuguese architectural landmarks and were completed in the 1950s. The city's green areas also include the Mata Nacional do Choupal, the Mat...
Coimbra is home to a large multisports club, the University of Coimbra's students' union Associação Académica de Coimbra (known simply as Académica), which is involved in a wide array of sports, such as rugby, volleyball, handball, rink hockey, basketball, baseball, tennis, swimming, rowing, among many others. It also has a professional football club that currently plays in the Liga Portugal 2, the second-highest division of the Portuguese football league system, at the Estádio Cidade de Coimbra. Another sports club with tradition in the city is the Clube de Futebol União de Coimbra, which football team plays in the Honor Division of the Coimbra Football Association. The Estádio Cidade de Coimbra (30,000 seats), which was a site of 2004 European Football Championship and includes olympic swimming pools (Piscinas Municipais), as well as a multiuse sports facility (Pavilhão Multiusos de Coimbra), located both near the stadium; the Estádio Municipal Sérgio Conceição; and the Estádio Un...
The following people were born or died within the municipality of Coimbra: 1. Afonso Henriques (c. 1109; Guimarães/Viseu – 6 December 1185; Sé Nova), first Portuguese monarch, who established his residence in the seat of County of Coimbra; he was buried in the Monastery of Santa Cruz; 2. Sancho I (11 November 1154; Sé Nova – 26 March 1212; Sé Nova), second king of Portugal, oldest son of Afonso Henriques, responsible for ending Galiciaborder disputes, and shifting the kingdom's growth to the south, capturing Moorish lands and enlarging Portuguese territory; 3. Afonso II(23 April 1185; Sé Nova – 25 March 1223; Sé Nova), third Portuguese monarch, was able to maintain the peace created by the military gains of his father and grandfather, enhancing his relationship with the Catholic Church; 4. Sancho II (8 September 1209; Sé Nova - 4 January 1248; Toledo, Spain), the Pious was forced off the throne by an alliance of nobles who, although grateful for their monarch's Reconquista of Mooris...
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