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António Rui Ribeiro

The Language of Cinema

Antonio is a London-based producer/director and Sundance alumnus. He was executive producer of ‘Father’s Day’ (Berlinale, 2022). As editor, he worked on “Europa, Based on a True Story” (International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam -IDFA, 2019), which he also produced. “No Vacancies” by Wyndham Price, “Love is Thicker than Water” by Emily Harris and Ate de Jong, “93 Days” by Steve Gukas (Toronto International Film Festival -TiFF, 2016). Credits as a Journalist/Producer include “Justice Seekers”(Al Jazeera 2014), a documentary for Witness, Al Jazeera’s English flagship strand of documentaries, along with other pieces for a number of broadcasters and media organisations, as editor, such as BBC, Channel 4, CNBC and Guardian Documentaries. He was editor and producer of award winning films “Grey Matter” (Tribeca 2011) and “Things of the Aimless Wanderer” (Sundance 2015) by Kivu Ruhorahoza. He worked with Werner Herzog and Peter Zeitlinger ASC on “Queen of the Desert ” creating time-lapse sequences for the film. Antonio has lectured at University of Greenwich (Screenwriting for MA in Film Directing), London Film School and Creative England. Prior to working in film, he was the founder and artistic director of the Blue Elephant Theatre in London (1999-2006), focusing, through its literary department, in supporting and presenting new work by playwrights from war-town countries or countries experiencing dictatorship.