Tudo é paisagem is the documentary that tells, through names like Francisco Caldeira Cabral and António Viana Barreto, the history of the construction of a Portuguese landscape identity. In dealing with cases such as Serralves Park, at Porto, Eduardo VII Park, Gulbenkian Foundation Gardens and Belém Tower, the film seeks to explore Landscape Architecture as a human practice that goes beyond the understanding of nature as a risk. It is proposed to think of this variant of architecture as: a practice whose essence is in the creation of humanized landscapes integrated ethically, ecologically and aesthetically in nature; as well as an instrument for solving the maladministration of the territory.
Tudo é Paisagem
Portugal, 2019, 56’
Documentary Official Program
Following the film the architect Luís Ferro presents the dissertation Inner Cosmos and in the end talks with the filmmaker Duarte Natário:
Inner Cosmos by Luis Ferro (30’)
Following the dialogue between the film Tudo é Paisagem and the trilogy of silence from Ingmar Bergman, this presentation studies the role of architectural elements such as windows and doors (frames within frames) on the construction of a pure interior human landscape.