August 27, 1927|
|Died||September 10, 1991
|Occupation||Film director, film writer, film producer, film professor|
|Children||Ana Umbelina Cordeiro Reis|
António Ferreira Gonçalves dos Reis, known as António Reis (1927–1991), was a Portuguese film director, screenwriter and producer, poet, sculptor and ethnographer. He was married to Margarida Cordeiro, co-director of most of his films. He is considered as one of the most important directors of his country, due to the originality of his style.
His oeuvre, thought on cinema and the influence they had on subsequent directors, mainly through his classes at the Lisbon Theatre and Film School (Escola Superior de Teatro e Cinema), has originated the cinematographic family commonly referred to as The School of Reis.
- 1959 : Auto de Floripes (co-director)
- 1963 : Painéis do Porto
- 1964 : Do Rio ao Céu (co-director with César Guerra Leal)
- 1966 : Alto do Rabagão (co-director with César Guerra Leal)
- 1966 : Mudar de Vida (directed by Paulo Rocha, script by António Reis)
- 1974 : Jaime
- 1976 : Trás-os-Montes (co-director with Margarida Cordeiro)
- 1985 : Ana (co-director with Margarida Cordeiro)
- 1989 : Rosa de Areia (co-director with Margarida Cordeiro)
- "The School of Reis official page at the Harvard Film Archive website". ves.fas.harvard.edu. Retrieved 2012-07-01.
- The School of Reis
- O Acto da Primavera (1962), directed by Manoel de Oliveira, assisted by António Reis
- António Reis at the Harvard Film Archive
- Biography by Sandra Brennan, at Allmovie
- Blog about António Reis and Margarida Cordeiro. Find texts (in Portuguese and French)
- Cine season in Paris (Cinémathèque Française, 2002 - see press release: page 1, page 2, page 3 (in French)).
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