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.
He was a teacher at the Lisbon Theatre and Film School for several years. His work and films influenced subsequent directors. This influence originated a 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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