As a cultural capital, Lisbon has a huge variety of music, art, film, dance and more — and some of it you can’t find in any other city. Read about it here.
What Makes Them Scared: Twelve Portuguese Directors in MOTELx’s 2018 Film Fest
August 17, 2018
Sometimes all you need is a good scare to get the blood pumping. This year’s lineup at Lisbon’s longest-running international horror film festival, Motel X, is sure to get you trembling in your seat for all the right reasons.
A Q&A with Claudio Carbone: Director of Another Lisbon Story
August 10, 2018
“Another Lisbon Story” follows the community that makes up Bairro da Torre — a Lisbon favela — and their active participation in the future of their neighborhood. Director, Claudio Carbone, who was kind enough to answer some questions for Atlas.
August 7, 2018
For a taste of the ex-colonies with a side of art, try this spot out. Luso-fusion cuisine and various creative performances hosted in Santa Engrácia.
Old Lisbon in Photographs
August 6, 2018
Lisbon is undergoing some major repairs — remember, it’s an old city. See what it was like throughout the decades with our little timewarp slideshow.
We Are Journalists, Dammit! Super Bock Super Rock 2018
July 24, 2018
Atlas were out and about in force this year at Super Bock Super Rock 2018, to hear the bands and see what our friends from the Underdogs Gallery have been up to. Here are some highlights!
Underdogs’ Artists Kick Super Bock Super Rock Up a Notch
July 20, 2018
This isn’t the first time Underdogs has worked with the festival. They started their partnership together back in 2016 with the intention to “catalyse new connections between music and the urban-inspired visual arts,” and they’ve done just that ever since.
António Lobo Antunes: Portugal’s Greatest Living Writer?
July 17, 2018
António Lobo Antunes is one of Portugal’s most prominent and internationally well-known writers, and his extensive bibliography reads like an enraged history of the country.