This is it!! 📲🏆🤩 We’re soon revealing the winners of the 7th Super 9 Mobile Film Fest edition in a special event in the beautiful city of Porto, Portugal!!
All info, agenda, and details in the description below.
For those who can’t make it to our physical event, we’ll be also revealing the winners on our Super 9 Mobile website and online channels soon.

Event info:


Shortcutz Porto & Porto Femme special films session:
With Super 9 Mobile & UMAR

📅 Wednesday, May 26, 2021
🕗 8h30 PM GMT+1 (1h30 duration)
🌆 Maus Hábitos, Porto, Portugal
Shortcutz Porto & Porto Femme are partnering on May 26 and are bringing you a special session!
We’ll be presenting you the award winners of Super 9 Mobile Film Fest 7th Edition (2020/21) and UMAR’s campaign ‘Stand By Her’.
👉 Let us know you are coming in the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/852693482348993

What’s on the agenda?

1) 📲 Super 9 Mobile session:

On this special occasion, together with Shortcutz Porto and Porto Femme, Super 9 Mobile will be presenting the winners of its 7th Edition.
Super 9 Mobile is a Portuguese and international film festival completely dedicated to films recorded or animated on mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets. Founded in 2014, Super 9 Mobile is the first mobile film festival in Portugal and runs completely online on www.super9mobile.com. Because of the ongoing confinement, many of the films for this Super 9 Mobile edition are centered on the pandemic. Along the year, Super 9 Mobile has been partnering with Maus Hábitos and Saco Azul, having had their support promoting many films on their platforms.

2) 👩‍👧 UMAR session:

Shortcutz Porto and Porto Femme are also inviting Lia Mendes from UMAR (União de Mulheres Alternativa e Resposta), who will present Ana Moreira’s video that she directed for UMAR’s campaign ‘Stand By Her’.
The ‘Stand By Her’ campaign aims at raising awareness on how we can be active bystanders fighting harassment. According to one of the most recent studies from the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), which included interviews with 42.000 women from the 27 EU Member-States, sexual harassment is the most prominent form of violence against women and girls.