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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.31.2018.tde-18122018-102708
Document
Author
Full name
Luísa Reami Vieira Girardi
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Simioni, Ana Paula Cavalcanti (President)
Adamatti, Margarida Maria
Gregori, Maria Filomena
Silveira Junior, Walter Garcia da
Title in Portuguese
Cinema sob mulheres. Experiência feminina no cinema brasileiro durante a ditadura militar
Keywords in Portuguese
Feminismo
Ficção (gênero)
Governos Militares
Pornochanchada
Relações de gênero
Sociologia
Abstract in Portuguese
A presente pesquisa destina-se a compreender o lugar da autoria e da experiência feminina na linguagem cinematográfica dentro de um recorte temporal conturbado da história brasileira: a ditadura militar (1964-1989). O ponto de partida para tal objetivo é a análise de dois filmes brasileiros realizados por duas diretoras: Os Homens que Eu Tive (1973), de Teresa Trautman, e Mar de Rosas (1977), de Ana Carolina. Levando-se em consideração a recepção das obras, a análise dos discursos, as mudanças sociais e culturais que ocorriam no período - concomitantemente à intensificação do autoritarismo político e econômico -, o gênero emana como uma categoria de análise para se pensar nas intersecções, contradições e rupturas experienciadas por mulheres que desestabilizam as hierarquias de gênero a partir da criação artística. Apesar de trabalharem dentro de gêneros fílmicos distintos - Teresa Trautman com a "comédia erótica séria" e Ana Carolina com a narrativa ficcional -, ambos os filmes permitem uma reflexão não convencional sobre as relações de poder ao incentivar leituras que trazem para o centro do debate estratégias de resistência cultural.
Title in English
Cinema under women: the feminine experience in Brazilian cinema during military dictatorship
Keywords in English
Erotic Comedy
Feminism
Fiction (genre)
Gender relations
Military Governments
Sociology
Abstract in English
The present research aims to understand the place of female authorship and experience in cinematographic language within a troubled temporal cut of Brazilian history: the military dictatorship (1964-1989). The starting point for this goal is the analysis of two Brazilian films made by two women directors: Os Homens que Eu Tive (1973) by Teresa Trautman and Mar de Rosas (1977) by Ana Carolina. Taking into account the reception of the movies, the analysis of the discourses, the social and cultural changes that have been occurring during the period - concomitantly with the intensification of political and economic authoritarianism, the genre emanates as a category of analysis to think about the intersections, contradictions and ruptures experienced by women that destabilize the hierarchies of gender with their artistic creation. Although they work within distinct film genres - Teresa Trautman with erotic comedy and Ana Carolina with the fictional narrative - both films allow an unconventional reflection on power relations by encouraging understandings that center around cultural resistance strategies.
 
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2018-12-19
 
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