Logistics for planning things to do for an excellent day (or week, or month) in and around Lisbon, in English. ATTENTION: Most of the top museums in Lisbon have re-opened with new hours and regulations. There will likely be last-minute cancellations on events so for now, it’s best to call and check if the event you fancy is still going on — just in case.
Sep
22
Tue
2020
to Sept 26 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa #24 | Avenida | FREE-TBD
Sep 22 all-day
to Sept 26 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa #24 | Avenida | FREE-TBD @ Cinema Sao Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa was created in 1997, as a counterpart to its sister festivals in Madrid and Paris. It describes itself as “the sole Portuguese film festival with the specific purpose of screening films about gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex and other non-normative sexualities and identities, in a genre coined internationally as ‘Queer Cinema’.”

The longest-running film festival in the city of Lisbon, it celebrates its 24th birthday in 2020. Its organizers add: “Over its almost 25 years, the Festival has consolidated its reputation at an international level, being currently one of the most recognized festivals of its kind in Europe and around the world, be it for the quality of its program and activities, or for the many international guests attending.”

This year’s edition hits the city center (Cinema Sao Jorge and Cinamteca) on September 18th, for eight days of screenings, debates, workshops, performances, parties, and all sorts of free-spirited fun.

View the full program and learn more here.

Sep
23
Wed
2020
to Sept 26 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa #24 | Avenida | FREE-TBD
Sep 23 all-day
to Sept 26 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa #24 | Avenida | FREE-TBD @ Cinema Sao Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa was created in 1997, as a counterpart to its sister festivals in Madrid and Paris. It describes itself as “the sole Portuguese film festival with the specific purpose of screening films about gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex and other non-normative sexualities and identities, in a genre coined internationally as ‘Queer Cinema’.”

The longest-running film festival in the city of Lisbon, it celebrates its 24th birthday in 2020. Its organizers add: “Over its almost 25 years, the Festival has consolidated its reputation at an international level, being currently one of the most recognized festivals of its kind in Europe and around the world, be it for the quality of its program and activities, or for the many international guests attending.”

This year’s edition hits the city center (Cinema Sao Jorge and Cinamteca) on September 18th, for eight days of screenings, debates, workshops, performances, parties, and all sorts of free-spirited fun.

View the full program and learn more here.

Sep
24
Thu
2020
to Sept 26 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa #24 | Avenida | FREE-TBD
Sep 24 all-day
to Sept 26 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa #24 | Avenida | FREE-TBD @ Cinema Sao Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa was created in 1997, as a counterpart to its sister festivals in Madrid and Paris. It describes itself as “the sole Portuguese film festival with the specific purpose of screening films about gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex and other non-normative sexualities and identities, in a genre coined internationally as ‘Queer Cinema’.”

The longest-running film festival in the city of Lisbon, it celebrates its 24th birthday in 2020. Its organizers add: “Over its almost 25 years, the Festival has consolidated its reputation at an international level, being currently one of the most recognized festivals of its kind in Europe and around the world, be it for the quality of its program and activities, or for the many international guests attending.”

This year’s edition hits the city center (Cinema Sao Jorge and Cinamteca) on September 18th, for eight days of screenings, debates, workshops, performances, parties, and all sorts of free-spirited fun.

View the full program and learn more here.

Sep
25
Fri
2020
to Sept 26 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa #24 | Avenida | FREE-TBD
Sep 25 all-day
to Sept 26 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa #24 | Avenida | FREE-TBD @ Cinema Sao Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa was created in 1997, as a counterpart to its sister festivals in Madrid and Paris. It describes itself as “the sole Portuguese film festival with the specific purpose of screening films about gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex and other non-normative sexualities and identities, in a genre coined internationally as ‘Queer Cinema’.”

The longest-running film festival in the city of Lisbon, it celebrates its 24th birthday in 2020. Its organizers add: “Over its almost 25 years, the Festival has consolidated its reputation at an international level, being currently one of the most recognized festivals of its kind in Europe and around the world, be it for the quality of its program and activities, or for the many international guests attending.”

This year’s edition hits the city center (Cinema Sao Jorge and Cinamteca) on September 18th, for eight days of screenings, debates, workshops, performances, parties, and all sorts of free-spirited fun.

View the full program and learn more here.

Sep
26
Sat
2020
to Sept 26 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa #24 | Avenida | FREE-TBD
Sep 26 all-day
to Sept 26 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa #24 | Avenida | FREE-TBD @ Cinema Sao Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa was created in 1997, as a counterpart to its sister festivals in Madrid and Paris. It describes itself as “the sole Portuguese film festival with the specific purpose of screening films about gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex and other non-normative sexualities and identities, in a genre coined internationally as ‘Queer Cinema’.”

The longest-running film festival in the city of Lisbon, it celebrates its 24th birthday in 2020. Its organizers add: “Over its almost 25 years, the Festival has consolidated its reputation at an international level, being currently one of the most recognized festivals of its kind in Europe and around the world, be it for the quality of its program and activities, or for the many international guests attending.”

This year’s edition hits the city center (Cinema Sao Jorge and Cinamteca) on September 18th, for eight days of screenings, debates, workshops, performances, parties, and all sorts of free-spirited fun.

View the full program and learn more here.