Miguel De (Ovar, 1992) has a degree in Cinema and Audiovisual by Escola Superior Artística do Porto (2013). Even though his focus is in cinema, he also dwells in film photography, electronic music and graphic design. In 2010, he won the literary prize Correntes d’Escritas / Papelaria Locus with the short story “A História do Velho Entristecido com a Vida”. He has directed two award-winning short films in 2014 and 2016 and is the author of two weekly radio shows, Futura and Kenshō, both airing on RUM – Rádio Universitária do Minho, since 2015. He’s performed music as Tundra Fault on multiple venues around Portugal and in 2016 did an artistic residency at gnration, in Braga, part of Laboratórios de Verão, focusing on the Roman ruins of the city. He’s currently working on a new short film and new album, both expected to be released in 2018.
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