ABOUT US
Stenar Projects is a production platform that focuses on artists’ moving image and supports novel film practices through development, funding, production and distribution. Displaced between different genres and formats, projects include experimental feature documentaries, speculative short films, digital animations and micro-films. Working closely with collaborating artists, Stenar Projects has produced new works for major art institutions and exhibited films at international film festivals. Through its educational programs, Stenar Projects aims to promote critical discourse and dialogue on artists’ moving image with filmmakers, students and general public.

\ Sundance (2023), Berlinale (2024, 2023, 2021, 2020), MoMA’s International Festival of Nonfiction Film and Media (2024), Cinéma du Réel (2023, 2020), Jeonju IFF (2023), Punto de Vista (2020), IFFR (2020, 2018), Festival de Cannes (2019), Doclisboa (2022, 2018), IndieLisboa (2020), FIDMarseille (2019), European Media Art Festival (2021, 2020), Sydney Film Festival (2023), Viennale (2023), Kaunas International Film Festival (2018), BFI London (2017), CPH:DOX (2017), among others.

\ KW Institute for Contemporary Art (2023), Gasworks (2018), Museu Calouste Gulbenkian (2017), Museu Coleção Berardo (2016), Bienal de Arquitectura de Veneza (2018), Transmediale Berlin (2019), La Casa Encendida (2017), Art Gallery of New South Wales Australia (2019), Witte de With Rotterdam (2016), ICA London (2021, 2016), Bergen Kunsthall Oslo (2016), Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève - Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement (2016), Nordnorsk Kunstnersenter (2016), Glasgow Museum of Modern Art (2017), De Appel Arts Centre (2015), among others.


Anže Peršin

Producer at Stenar, Anže has 18 years of experience in film. He had worked on commercial film production throughout Southern Europe, Middle East and North Africa, and owned a commercial production company in Lisbon. Since 2015, he's been developing Stenar Projects, a production platform for artists’ moving image, based in Portugal. Anže is a member of Associação de Produtores de Cinema e Audiovisual in Portugal and a 2019 Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program Grantee.