Nuno Sá Pessoa at Com Calma

Nuno Sá Pessoa at Com Calma

June 29, 2017 Behind the Scenes 0
Nuno Sá Pessoa Portuguese Director

Right now our director Nuno Sá Pessoa is having a Q&A at Com Calma - Espaço Cultural.

If you want to ask Nuno Sá Pessoa some questions, make sure to go to Com Calma and meet him in person!

Nuno de Sá Pessoa Costa Sequeira was born on May 7, 1987 in Lisbon, Portugal.

Growing up in both Portugal and Spain and speaking four different languages, I began my studies in Lisbon but soon left to Denmark where I graduated at the European Film College, upon graduation, I directed my first independent projects and worked as both a cinematographer and a video editor on four feature-length films in California.

Soon after, I founded Skookum Films with two former colleagues and made various projects which have since been shown in around 200 film festivals from all over the world being awarded on several occasions.

For short periods, I have lived and worked in different countries such as Switzerland and Brazil, and I've collaborated with clients and partners from more than 30 countries from across the globe.

I have also been a jury member at different film festivals and a public speaker at various events throughout countries like the Netherlands, Bangladesh, Brazil, Switzerland, Portugal, Denmark, the USA, and the Czech Republic.

Keeping my firm belief that in both art and the world there should be no boundaries, I became an e-Resident of Estonia and upgraded our company to an e-Business following the example of innovative companies such as Skype, TransferWise, and Taxify.
Nuno Sá Pessoa

About Filmmaking

Filmmaking is an art form that has the ability to captivate and entertain audiences. It involves a combination of storytelling, visual artistry, and technical expertise to create a powerful narrative. Filmmakers have the responsibility of bringing to life the stories they have crafted in order to engage viewers and evoke emotion. The process of filmmaking can be broken down into several steps. First, filmmakers must develop a concept and craft a story, usually through a screenplay. Then they must select the right cast and crew to bring their vision to life. During pre-production, filmmakers create the look and feel of their project by planning out their shots, scouting locations, and designing sets. In production, they work with the cast and crew to shoot the scenes they have planned out. Lastly, in post-production, filmmakers will edit their footage, create special effects, add sound effects and music, and color grade the final product. Filmmaking is an intricate process that requires creativity and knowledge of numerous disciplines. Learn more about filmmaking, stop by Com Calma and meet Nuno Sá Pessoa in person!


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