List of Portuguese Film Directors

List of Portuguese film directors

  • Alberto Seixas Santos
  • Anna da Palma
  • António Campos
  • António de Macedo
  • António da Cunha Telles
  • António Ferreira
  • António Lopes Ribeiro
  • António de Macedo
  • António-Pedro Vasconcelos
  • Armando de Miranda
  • Arthur Duarte
  • Chianca de Garcia
  • Cláudia Tomaz
  • David Bonneville
  • Edgar Pêra
  • Eduardo Condorcet
  • Eduardo Geada
  • Fernando Fragata
  • Fernando Lopes (filmmaker)
  • Fernando Matos Silva
  • Fernando Vendrell
  • Frederico Serra
  • Glauber Rocha
  • Jeanne Waltz
  • João Botelho
  • João Canijo
  • João César Monteiro
  • João Mário Grilo
  • João Pedro Rodrigues
  • Joaquim Leitão
  • Joaquim Sapinho
  • Jorge Brum do Canto
  • José Álvaro Morais
  • José Carlos Oliveira
  • José Fonseca e Costa
  • Leitão de Barros
  • Leonel Vieira
  • Luís Filipe Rocha
  • Luís Galvão Teles
  • Luís Vieira Campos
  • Manuel da Fonseca
  • Manoel de Oliveira
  • Manuel Mozos
  • Marco Martins
  • Margarida Gil
  • Maria de Medeiros
  • Mário Barroso
  • Paulo Rocha
  • Pedro Costa
  • Perdigão Queiroga
  • Raquel Freire
  • Reinaldo Ferreira
  • Ricardo Costa
  • Rita Azevedo Gomes
  • Tiago Guedes
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