Catarina de Sousa

Catarina de Sousa is a Journalist, Director and Producer of Cinema and Visual Arts. She has a Master in Communication Sciences – Information and Journalism from the University of Minho, and training in Documentary Workshops at Ateliers Varan, France. As a journalist she worked for the LUSA News Agency, Radio Clube Português, Barcelona Televisió and is currently a collaborator for Mídia Ninja – Independent Narratives, Journalism and Action – in Brazil. She directed  “Truth and Consequence” (2017) about the Post-Truth era for RTP. Between Portugal and Brazil, she produced films of artists who share common interests and causes: “A Mordida” (2019), “Arte que faz Mal à Vista” (2018), “Semente Exterminadora” (2017), directed by Pedro Neves Marques; “Laureano Barros, Rigoroso Refúgio” (2017) by Paulo Pinto for RTP, “Olmo e a Gaivota” (2015) by Petra Costa and Lea Glob. She produced these film installations: “The Bite is Back” (2019) by Pedro Neves Marques curated by the Pérez Art Museum in Miami. “Olho Zoomórfico / Camera Trap” (2018) by Mariana Silva curated by Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian. “Catherine ou 1786” (2017) by Francisca Manuel, curated by Walk and Talk in partnership with ARQUIPÉLAGO – Contemporary Arts Center, Azores. She is currently a resident artist at UnionDocs – Center for Documentary Art, in New York, with a grant from the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.