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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.27.2018.tde-17092018-173941
Document
Author
Full name
Felipe Augusto de Moraes
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Xavier, Ismail Norberto (President)
Betti, Maria Silvia
Machado Junior, Rubens Luis Ribeiro
Morettin, Eduardo Victorio
Sá Neto, Arthur Autran Franco de
Title in Portuguese
A Dramaturgia no Cinema Brasileiro (1936-1951)
Keywords in Portuguese
cinema brasileiro
critica da cultura
drama
teatro brasileiro
Abstract in Portuguese
Com a chegada dos "filmes falados" nos anos finais da década de 20, o cinema brasileiro, que como outros ao redor do mundo vivia então um momento de grande vigor criativo, é obrigado a se reinventar, a praticamente recomeçar. Para os mais puristas, esse recomeço implicou numa recaída do cinema na velha arte teatral; para os mais otimistas, representou a consagração do dispositivo cinematográfico como o modo mais moderno e efetivo de dramatização. O cinema narrativo, com o acréscimo do som sincronizado, ao contrário das previsões iniciais, atinge rapidamente um novo estágio de popularidade. Esta pesquisa estuda de que modo nas duas décadas que se seguiram a novidade do 'cinema falado', a dramaturgia do filme e a dramaturgia teatral dialogaram entre si para a construção de modelos dramáticos que pudessem atender as expectativas de um novo tipo de público, mais urbano e cosmopolita, num país que rapidamente buscava superar seu passado rural e as estruturas sociais e mentais a ele associadas.
Title in English
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Keywords in English
Brazilian cinema
Brazilian theatre
cultural criticism
drama
Abstract in English
With the arrival of "talkies" in the final years of the 1920s, Brazilian cinema, which like others around the world was living in a moment of great creative vigor, is forced to reinvent itself, practically starting again. To the more purists, this new beginning implied a relapse of the cinema into the old theatrical art; for the most optimistic, represented the consecration of the cinematographic 'dispositif' as the most modern and effective mode of dramatization. Narrative cinema, with the addition of synchronized sound, unlike initial predictions, quickly reaches a new stage of popularity. This research studies how, in the two decades that followed the novelty of sound film, the dramaturgy of the film and theatrical dramaturgy interacted with each other to construct dramatic models that could meet the expectations of a new type of audience, more urban and cosmopolitan, in a country that quickly sought to overcome its rural past and the social and mental structures associated with it.
 
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2018-09-17
 
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