The other two films are Matthias & Maxime, the new work of Canadian director Xavier Dolan, which explores the themes of friendship and identity, and "Il Traditor" by Italian director Marco Bellocchio, a portrait of Tommaso Buscetta, a former member sorry for the mafia.
Kirill Mikhanovsky's "Give Me Liberty", featured in the Directors' Fortnight, will also be released by Alembic.
Before, it was already known that Pris Audiovisuais will launch on September 5 in our country "Pain and Glory", by Pedro Almodóvar, which paid Antonio Banderas the Men's Interpretation Prize.
"Once Upon a Time in … Hollywood," which left Cannes without any prize, arrives on August 8 through Big Picture Films.
Unreleased yet to be announced for Portugal are "Bacurau", by Brazilians Kleber Mendonça Filho & Juliano Dornelles (the other Jury Prize), "Le Jeune Ahmed" by the Dardenne brothers (performance award), "Portrait de la Jeune Fille En Feu "by Céline Sciamma (Argument) and" It Must Be Heaven "by Elia Suleiman (Special Mention of the Jury).
"Atlantique" by French-Senegalese Mati Diop, the Grand Prix of the Jury (a "second place"), was bought by the Netflix streaming platform (except France, Benelux countries, Switzerland, Russia and China), such as the "I Lost My Body" animation, winner of Critics' Week (out of the agreement also France, Benelux countries, China and Turkey).