Projects 2018

 
 
 


Episode 54

Fado de Goa – Hora dos Portugueses

Sonia Shirsat with the support of Taj group of hotels have change the history of fado in Goa.

Image by John Lino

Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 55

Omar Loiola Pereira – Hora dos Portugueses

Omar de Loiola Pereira is a Goan who loves Portuguese music specially Rui Veloso. He has a duo with Errol but has many other musical projects.

Image by John Lino

Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles
 

Episode 56

Pedro Moutinho – Hora dos Portugueses

Pedro Moutinho was in Goa with his musicians. It was a magical moment at Capela do Monte. The concerto was organized by Fundação Oriente and was part of a the Monte Music Festival that is organized every year in February.

Image by John Lino

Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

 

 

Episode 57

Simão Conceição – Hora dos Portugueses (3min and 8min)

Simão Conceição lives in India for the past 1 year, but left Portugal 5 years back. He works for the portuguese company Sodecia and knows Chennai very well.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

 

 

Episode 58

Hotel Mandovi – Hora dos Portugueses (3min and 8min)

Hotel Mandovi is the oldest hotel in Goa. For Portuguese-Goan food, this is the right place. Don't miss the "Caldo verde" - a typical portuguese soup.

Image by John Lino

Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 59

Darryl Pereira – Hora dos Portugueses

Darryl Pereira is Goan but moved to Portugal. As a businessman he has been creating bridges between Goa and Portugal.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 60

Luís Alvarães – Hora dos Portugueses

Luis Alvarães was in Goa researching for a new documentary about gender inequality. The movie will be shot by the end of this year in Goa and will also be shot in Mozambique and Portugal.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 61

Miriam Assor – Hora dos Portugueses

A pioneer researcher in the fields of botany, pharmacology, tropical medicine and anthropology, Garcia de Orta believed that reality could only be legitimate if observed and experimented on. After studying medicine in Spain, Garcia de Orta moved to Goa, where he researched and studied an infinite number of plants that later on became the basis of his masterpiece "Colóquios dos Simples e Drogas e Cousas Medicinais da Índia", published in Goa in 1563 and became a reference in the West.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 62

João Lourenço e Bhavish Bachu – Hora dos Portugueses

Padel is a new sport in India and thanks to João Lourenço and Bhavish Bachu one can play it in Banglore.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 63

Vera Leite – Hora dos Portugueses
Vera Leite was a DJ and then became a personal trainer. Everything happened in Bangalore where she married.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 64

Camila Huret – Hora dos Portugueses

Camila Huret has been living in Bangalore for 7 years with her family. She is Portuguese but feels at home in Bangalore.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

 

 

Episode 65

Rui Andrade – Hora dos Portugueses (3min and 8min)

"Stories serve as the foundation and pillars of human societies" - said Harari. I agree, and based on this premises, the NGO Communicare Trust in Goa and CABEÇUDOS in Portugal brought together 500 children, of two different cultures, to create stories. The result was a book "Stories from Here and Beyond- Histórias Daqui e Dali" written in 4 languages - Portuguese, Konkani, Hindi and English, with two stories written, illustrated and animated by these children. This book teach us how it is possible to work together even if we are miles and miles apart. Here is how everything started.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 66

Susana Mateus and Miguel Lourenço – Hora dos Portugueses

Susana Mateus and Miguel Lourenço are in Goa studying the presence of the Franciscan order in Asia. They spoke to Andrew Pegado to know more about the All Saints Procession and made several visits to the Archives of Goa.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

 

 

Episode 67

Nuno Rosa – Hora dos Portugueses (3min and 8min)

Nuno Rosa has a very charming personality. Dresses in style which is to be expected since he is responsible for the visual merchandising of Vero Moda in India. We had a wonderful time in Mumbai with Nuno. Here is what we learnt from him.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

 

 

Episode 68

Fábio Ferreira – Hora dos Portugueses (3min and 8min)

Fábio Ferreira was in US when decided to accept the challenge of starting a football academy in Hyderabad - the Sreenidhi Football Academy.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

 

 

 

Episode 69

Vitor Monteiro – Hora dos Portugueses (3min and 8min)

Vitor Monteiro is a very interesting person who left Portugal to come and work in Hyderabad. He believes that India has a place in the IT world and here he explains why.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 70

Ana Cláudia Martins – Hora dos Portugueses

Ana Cláudia came to Goa to give a workshop to the Portuguese teachers. From Goa she went to Delhi. She has also been in US and Canada and realized the teachers in India are quite different from those in US, Canada or even Europe.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 71

Sara Pinto – Hora dos Portugueses

Sara Pinto is doing a very interesting research in Goa: the financial role of the Misericórdias in Goa.

Image by Namitha Nair

Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 72

Nuno Lobito – Hora dos Portugueses

Nuno Lobito believes in the present – not in the future. He believes that life is made step by step. He visited all the countries in the world and his photos are a reflection of his encounters.

Image by Namitha Nair

Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 73

Maria do Céu Barreto – Hora dos Portugueses

Maria do Céu has been teaching Portuguese all her life and after retiring she decided to help in a different way: she created a bilingual Portuguese grammar with the aim of helping Portuguese students. 

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles
 

 

 

Episode 74

Elisabete and Dora – Hora dos Portugueses (3min and 8min)

Elisabete and Dora volunteer their time every two years. This year they chose India. Their work is amazing and is worth getting to know it.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles
 

Episode 75

Beatriz Silva – Hora dos Portugueses

Beatriz Silva is very young but travelled extensively in Europe. Now she is in India working with an NGO. India has been a surprise for her.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 76

Eric and Raquel – Hora dos Portugueses

Eric and Raquel live in Delhi for the past 5 years. Eric works for a company that produces textiles for shoes and Raquel helps many NGO's in the city. An interesting couple.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles
 

Episode 77

Matilde Meyers – Hora dos Portugueses

After completing her studies, Matilde Meyers decided to take a 1 years break to do volunteering. She chose Goa and her projects are worth to know.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 78

José Artur Pestana – Hora dos Portugueses

The Kavi technique is a traditional Goan technique which is disappearing. José Artur Pestana is in Goa to make sure that this does not happen.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 79

São Francisco Xavier – Hora dos Portugueses

The Feast of St. Francis Xavier is celebrated every year on 3rd December. Goencho Saib as he is known attracts many people from around the world to the feast.

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Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles

 

Episode 80

Cecília Costa – Hora dos Portugueses

Cecília Costa studied maths, but is an artist. These two subjects are very clear in her drawings and the concept of symmetry explained by her is marvellous!

Image by Namitha Nair

Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles
 

 

 

Episode 81

Francisco Sousa – Hora dos Portugueses (3min and 8min)

Francisco Sousa is not only a lawyer, but also a fantastic singer and cook. His restaurant Casa Portuguesa is the only restaurant in Goa that serves only Portuguese food.

Image by Namitha Nair

Directed, anchored and edited by Nalini Elvino de Sousa

Note: English subtitles
 

Special Envoy - trailer

One man's dream to achieve dialogue and peace for Africa.
This is the trailer of the first feature documentary on the life of Aquino de Bragança who died in a tragic plane crash on 19th October 1986.

 

 
   
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