(Documentary Filmmaking in Contemporary Brazil) [E–pub] ¶ Gustavo Procopio Furtado

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Rk a variety of archives as documents produced by official ethnographic images home movies and photo and engage not with what is preserved but also with lacunas in the record and with alternate forms of remembering retrieving and transmitting the past Through its interaction with archives this book argues the contemporary documentary reflects on and intervenes in the distribution of visibilities and invisibilities centers and margins silences and speech living memory and its preservation in the record thus locating the documentary on the record thus locating the documentary on borders that concern Brazilian society and filmmaking alik. .

D in remote parts of The Intimate First Person Documentaries intimate first person documentaries well as films that dive headfirst into struggles for social ustice The transformations of "Brazilian society and of filmmaking coalesce and become entangled in this cinema's preoccupation with archives Historically linked to "society and of filmmaking coalesce and become entangled in this cinema's preoccupation with archives Historically linked to exercise and maintenance of power the concept of the archive is critical for the documentary as a cultural practice that preserves images from the present for the future unearths and repurposes visual
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from the and is historically invested in filmic images as records of the real Contemporary films incorporate reflect on and rewo. Winner of the 2020 Antonio Candido Prize for Best Book in the Humanities from the Brazil section of the Latin American Studies Association This book examines the vibrant field of documentary filmmaking in Brazil from the transition to democracy in 1985 to the present Marked by significant efforts toward the democratization of Brazil's highly uneual society this period 1985 to the present Marked by significant efforts toward the democratization of Brazil's highly uneual society this period witnessed the documentary's rise to unprecedented vitality in uantity uality and diversity of production which includes polished auteur films as well as rough hewn collaborative works films made in major metropolitan regions as well as in indigenous villages an.

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Documentary Filmmaking in Contemporary Brazil