Gabe Klinger

Portugal, France, USA 78 min min Fiction


Jake and Mati are two outsiders in the Portuguese city of Porto who once experienced abrief but intimate connection. a mystery remains about the moments they shared, and in searching through alternately joyous and painful memories, they relive asurprising encounter in which time stopped for them for just one night. *Catalan première

Festivals and Awards
San Sebastián


Gabe Klinger

Gabe Klinger (1982, Brazil) is a Chicago-based writer, film critic, programmer and teacher. He teaches courses in cinema theory at Columbia College and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Illinois in Chicago. Over the years, he has written about cinema for numerous journals such as de Filmkrant, indieWIRE and Undercurrent. He has also worked as a programmer and consulted for various museums and festivals such as IFFR. The documentary Double Play was his directorial debut, Porto (2016) is his first feature-length fiction film.

Filmography: Porto (2016), Double Play: James Benning and Richard Linklater (documental, 2013)

Gabe Klinger

Film information

Director: Gabe Klinger
Script: Larry Gross, Gabe Klinger
Contact: New Europe Film Sales
With: Lucie Lucas, Anton Yelchin, Paulo Calatré, Françoise Lebrun
Country: Portugal, France, USA
Year: 2016
Format: 35 mm
Length: 78 min min
Language: English, Portuguese, French
Subtitles: Spanish, English
Edition: 2017