Film

writer, producer and director

 

Nuno Bernardo is an EAVE (European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs) and EAVE+ alumni and member of the European Film Academy and the Portuguese Film AcademyAs film producer Nuno Bernardo credits include The Knot (released by Universal Pictures in the UK), Beat Girl and Collider (both distributed internationally by Content Film) as well as the theatrically-released documentary Road to Revolution.

In 2014, Nuno was selected by the European Film Promotion agency as “Producer on the Move” at the Cannes Film Festival and was selected to the Producers Lab Toronto. His next movie is Gabriel, a coming-of-age story set in the world of professional boxing that will hit European screens later in 2018.

 

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The Knot

Co-Producer

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Road to Revolution

Producer

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Collider

Scriptwriter, Producer

Films Released

 

Credits as a Film director:
  • The Family Way (Ireland, 2017). Released. Screened at selected film festivals in Ireland, UK and the US.
  • Gabriel (Portugal, 2018). In Post-production.

 

Credits as a Scriptwriter:
  • Sixth Sense High (Portugal, 2019). In development.
  • Gabriel (Portugal, 2018). In Post-production.
  • Collider (UK/Ireland, 2013). Released in Portugal and Ireland. Selected to the Geneva Film Festival.
  • Beat Girl (UK, Ireland and Portugal, 2013). Released in Portugal, Ireland and UK. Story by.
  • Final Punishment (Portugal/Brazil, 2009). Premiered in the Rio de Janeiro Film Festival.
Credits as a Film producer:
  • Final Punishment (Portugal/Brazil, 2009). Premiered in the Rio de Janeiro Film Festival.
  • The Knot (UK/Portugal, 2012) Featuring Noel Clarke and Mena Suvari. Released by Universal in the UK.
  • Beat Girl (UK, Ireland and Portugal, 2013). Released in Portugal, Ireland and UK.
  • Collider (UK/Ireland, 2013). Released in Portugal and Ireland. Selected to the Geneva Film Festival.
  • A Estrada da Revolução – Road to Revolution (Portugal, 2014). Documentary released in Portugal in February 2014.

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