Discurso Cinema E Educa O Met Foras Visuais Em Abril Despeda Ado

Author: Ana Cristina Abrantes
Publisher: Appris Editora e Livraria Eireli - ME
ISBN: 8547307141
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Tempo, espaço, conflito, amor, permanência e mudança são conceitos tão fundamentais para nós quanto de difícil apreensão, exigindo trabalho imaginativo para os figurar. A pesquisa de Ana Cristina, por meio da ideia da metáfora visual e do discurso não verbal, torna visível tais questões intangíveis que são a matéria prima pictórica do filme Abril Despedaçado. O sertão está em todos nós como imagens do profundo; é o que a bela análise da autora nos mostra ao recontar academicamente a grande obra de Walter Salles. A obra Discurso, Cinema e Educação se destina a todos os amantes da sétima arte, quer atores, quer espectadores. Tem o objetivo de instruir e de entreter por intermédio das várias imagens recortadas do cinema nacional e internacional com as quais o leitor se identificará de imediato. O texto é fluido e redigido com o intuito de aproximar o leitor dos temas abordados. Independentemente se o leitor é educador, pesquisador, estudante ou mero curioso, sentirá o prazer de se ligar à autora durante uma "viagem" imaginária e sensível por meio desta análise lúdica das metáforas visuais presentes no cinema.

Through A Catholic Lens

Author: Peter Malone
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 1461718783
Size: 58.31 MB
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Movies are often examined for subtext and dramatizations of social and psychological issues as well as current movements. Studies of well-known Catholic directors, such as Alfred Hitchcock and John Ford, have made the search for Catholic themes a reputable field of examination. Through a Catholic Lens continues the search for these themes and examines the Catholic undercurrents by studying nineteen film directors from around the world. Although these directors may or may not be practicing Catholics, their Catholic background can be found in their writing and directing. Each chapter, written by a different contributor, analyzes one film of each director for its Catholic motifs. With the recent increase of cinema studies, this collection will be of interest to students and academics as well as cinema buffs.

Brazil On Screen

Author: Lúcia Nagib
Publisher: I.B.Tauris
ISBN: 9781845114480
Size: 43.67 MB
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By adopting Utopia as a theme, this book unveils, organises and interprets recurrent images, which are a bridge between a cinema concerned with the national project and another informed by global culture. It presents a national cinema that rejects the end of film history, while benefiting from, and contributing to transnational aesthetics.

Cinema At The Periphery

Author: Dina Iordanova
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814333884
Size: 12.28 MB
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Highlights the industries, markets, identities, and histories that distinguish cinema beyond the traditional hubs of mainstream Western cinema.

Porao Da Familia O Ensaios De Psicanalise

Publisher: Casa do Psicólogo
ISBN: 9788573962123
Size: 54.74 MB
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Não se trata aqui de colocar a família no porão, mas, sim, ao revés, resgatá-la deste lugar, escondido das vistas do público, à margem até mesmo de certas teorizações e formalizações. Incursionar, portanto, pelo porão da família significa atravessar o muro da linguagem, o avesso do avesso, a terceira margem, pantanosa travessia onde o real nos espreita e escapa à significação. Os textos reunidos neste livro apostam e sustentam uma práxis com família sob o viés da psicanálise.

The Film Edge

Author: Eduardo Angel Russo
Publisher: Teseo
ISBN: 9871354711
Size: 79.51 MB
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What does it mean to make films in Latin America? The landscape today is as complex as it is dynamic. New directors and new projects are constantly emerging; film festivals appear one after another in what could only be described as an explosion of cinema in the region. And yet inherent to this panorama, both so vital and so difficult to define, there is a troubling sense of uncertainty. This book, which brings together the writing of directors, producers, scholars and critics, examines the current state of Latin American cinema. Exploring tendencies and possibilities for the future of the audiovisual arts within the context of recent changes in methods of production and circulation, the authors address a number of key issues, including the role of independent filmmaking in the market and in relation to alternative modes of production, the formation of new regional and global identities, means of support for filmmakers in Latin America, and the question of new formats, categories, and genres. The result is less a mosaic of fragments than it is a tapestry whose interwoven threads create complex and changing shapes that constitute the fabric itself. This tapestry allows us to glimpse, beyond their particularities, the points of contact between different parts of the region. This book is an abridged and revised edition of HACER CINE. Produccion Audiovisual en America Latina published in 2008 by Fundacion TyPA and Editorial Paidos. This new book, edited by Eduardo. A. Russo and translated from the Spanish by Heather Cleary Wolfgang, was made possible by the support of the Rockefeller Foundation.

Cinema Today

Author: Edward Buscombe
Publisher: Phaidon Press
ISBN: 9780714840819
Size: 53.21 MB
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A third of the entire history of cinema is represented by films produced from 1970 onwards. This survey explores this history, what may be referred to as the Third Age of world cinema, and the films, people and technologies which have shaped its development. The work of film-makers who have made a significant contribution to the film industry during this period is also highlighted and discussed. The text begins by examining the moment at which the modern blockbuster was born. In the early 1970s a string of spectacularly successful films such as "MASH" (1970), "The Godfather" (1972) and "Jaws" (1975) transformed the economic climate of Hollywood and the power relationship within it. The first half of the book looks at New Hollywood and explores its recent and continued development through film genres including crime, science fiction, horror and comedy. The book identifies how social and economic change influenced the development of films, assesses the impact of emerging new waves of cinema on Hollywood and Hollywood's reaction to these changes. Influential directors such as Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, George Lucas, Spike Lee and Steven Spielberg are all featured in these chapters along with their films. The volume then moves onto the world stage where Edward Buscombe explores the unique style of film output from Australasia, Africa, India, Western and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and South America. Specific film genres and trends of these regions are highlighted and discussed in relation to the social and economic climate of the time. Many of these film industries, such as French, Indian and Japanese, are significant centres of world production. In these chapters, Buscombe examines the Bollywood cinema of India, art house cinema of France, the British comedy, Japanese crime films and Mexican horror films. The films of Bernardo Bertolucci, Pedro Almodovar, Akira Kurosawa, Roman Polanski, Luc Besson, Mike Leigh, Ousmane Sembene and Chen Kaige are just an example of the range of work discussed.