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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.27.2008.tde-24042009-154141
Document
Author
Full name
Clotilde Borges Guimarães
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2008
Supervisor
Committee
Mendes, Eduardo Simões dos Santos (President)
Hamburger, Esther Imperio
Sá Neto, Arthur Autran Franco de
Title in Portuguese
A introdução do som direto no cinema documentário brasileiro na década de 1960
Keywords in Portuguese
Cinema brasileiro
Dialogia
Documentário
Som direto
Voz do outro
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta dissertação tem como objetivo pesquisar como se deu a introdução no Brasil da técnica de gravação de som sincrônico para o cinema (som direto) com equipamento leve, no começo dos anos 1960, além de estudar como esta nova técnica influenciou a linguagem dos documentários brasileiros. Para isso foram realizadas pesquisas bibliográficas, entrevistas e análises de filmes do período. A pesquisa enfatiza o contexto histórico no qual se insere o uso do som direto. Na análise dos filmes são empregados os conceitos de monologia e dialogia, concebidos por Mikhail Bakhtin, para designar a forma como é usado o registro de outras vozes obtidas através do som direto. É também apresentada a evolução da formação dos profissionais da área de som cinematográfico ao longo da história do cinema brasileiro.
Title in English
The introduction of the direct sound in the Brazilian documentary cinema in the 1960 decade.
Keywords in English
Brazilian Cinema
Dialogy.
Direct sound
Documentary
Other voices
Abstract in English
The aim of this dissertation is to do research on how it has occured the introduction of the technique of the synchronic sound recording into the cinema (direct sound), using light equipment, in the beginning of the 1960s. Furthermore, this research has also studied how this new technique has influenced the Brazilian documentary language. In order to identify so, some bibliographic research, interviews and films analysis have been done about the period. The research emphasises the historical context in wich the use of the the direct sound is inserted. The concepts of monology and dialogy, conceived by Mikhail Bakhtin, are applied in the analysis of the films, to point out the way how the registration of other voices, gotten through the direct sound, is used. Finally, the evolution of the education of the professionals in the sound of cinematography area is also presented, throughout the history of the Brazilian cinema.
 
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2009-05-04
 
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