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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.27.2015.tde-29062015-123125
Document
Author
Full name
Luiz Carlos Gonçalves de Oliveira Júnior
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Xavier, Ismail Norberto (President)
Borges, Cristian da Silva
Matos, Yanet Aguilera Viruez Franklin de
Silva, Mateus Araújo
Vieira, João Luiz
Title in Portuguese
Vertigo, a teoria artística de Alfred Hitchcock e seus desdobramentos no cinema moderno
Keywords in Portuguese
Alfred Hitchcock
Cinema moderno, Epistemologia estética
Estética cinematográfica
Vertigo
Abstract in Portuguese
A tese investiga a recorrência do filme Um corpo que cai (Vertigo, 1958), de Alfred Hitchcock, como esquema matricial de uma reflexão meta-artística que, tomando como objeto a própria imagem (cinematográfica, pictórica, fotográfica, digital), atravessa toda a história moderna do cinema. Depois de definir e analisar a teoria artística proposta por Vertigo, a tese verifica os desdobramentos dessa teoria em uma série de filmes realizados desde o começo da década de 1960 até os anos 2000. Dentre os filmes analisados se acham La Jetée (Chris Marker, 1962), Blow up (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1966), Trágica obsessão (Obsession, Brian De Palma, 1975), Special Effects (Larry Cohen, 1984), Síndrome mortal (La Sindrome di Stendhal, Dario Argento, 1996), Estrada perdida (Lost Highway, David Lynch, 1997), A prisioneira (La captive, Chantal Akerman, 2000) e Na cidade de Sylvia (En la ciudad de Sylvia, José Luis Guerín, 2007).
Title in English
Vertigo, Alfred Hitchcock's artistic theory and its extensions in modern cinema
Keywords in English
Aesthetical epistemology
Alfred Hitchcock
Film aesthetics
Modern cinema
Vertigo
Abstract in English
The thesis investigates the recurrence of Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo (1958) as the matrix scheme of a meta-artistic reflection that crosses all the modern history of cinema. It includes a series of films whose subject is the image itself (cinematographic, pictorial, photographic, as well as digital image). After defining and analyzing the artistic theory proposed by Vertigo, the thesis verifies the developments of this theory in many modern and contemporary films made since the beginning of the 1960's. Among the films analyzed one will find La Jetée (Chris Marker, 1962), Blow up (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1966), Obsession (Brian De Palma, 1975), Special Effects (Larry Cohen, 1984), The Stendhal Syndrome (Dario Argento, 1996), Lost Highway (David Lynch, 1997), La captive (Chantal Akerman, 2000), and In the city of Sylvia (En la ciudad de Sylvia, José Luis Guerín, 2007).
 
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2015-06-30
 
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