Pedro Neves Marques (Lisbon, 1984) is a filmmaker, visual artistǝ and writerǝ.  His film works include the internationally presented and awarded short fiction films The Bite and Exterminator Seed.
He has had solo exhibitions in contemporary art institutions such as Castello di Rivoli, High Line, e-flux, CaixaForum, Gasworks, Pérez Art Museum in Miami and has participated in screenings at Tate Modern Film, Serpentine Gallerie, Art Basel Hong Kong 2023; biennials such as Liverpool Biennial, Gwangju Biennial, and Venice Biennale 2022.

On the occasion of Terrapolis, Becoming Male in the Middle Ages (2019) will be screened. 

Mirene and André and Carl and Vicente are two couples in their thirties. While Mirene and André struggle with their fertility, Vicente decides to undergo an experimental procedure, implanting an ovary in her body in hopes of having a child with Carl. A love drama with speculative overtones, Becoming Male in the Middle Ages is an intimate tale about queer sexuality, bodily autonomy, reproductive desires and the ghost of normativity.