Guerra was a figure at the forefront of new formalist and ideological debates about filmmaking. To me, those were new ideas about the making of a film, his comments about the films he watched, always passionately theorized as cinematic and ideological insights. Those new ideas concerned the role of film as a pedagogical tool for the masses and directors as proponents of radical changes in their societies. By appreciating avant garde films from cinemas outside Western Europe and the US, the Berlin Film Festival was able to appease domestic critics and maintain its role as a first-class film festival in the s.
This interest in expanding the origin of the awarded films implied a re-definition of the Berlin International Film Festival. As Julian Springer mentions,. The ambition of many festivals is … to aspire to the status of a global event, both through the implementation of their programming strategies and though the establishment of an international reach and reputation. Springer Thus, in seeking to make room for films from Asia and Latin America, the Berlin International Film Festival sought to preserve its role as a significant cultural event by reinventing itself, particularly in relation to the film production of other parts of the world, a move that would seal its global reputation and show its adaptation to a more diverse group of film producers.
There were several consequences of these interactions. Gerhardt mentions 'Cinema Novo' as one of the global cinemas that was positively received and that has been considerably researched Gerhardt 2. The worldwide reception of these movements owes much to their success at the Berlin International Film Festival.
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As Elsaesser notes,. Elsaesser O mesmo cinema que, internamente, combatem ferozmente. For this, they make use of the excellent Brazilian cinematic production. The same cinema that, internally, was harshly silenced. Two examples suffice here. First, cultural journalist Peter Schumann curated a special exhibition of Brazilian films for the Berlin International Film Festival in Two years later, Schumann directed four documentaries for German television about 'Cinema Novo'.
Second, the originality of 'Cinema Novo' influenced filmmakers beyond Brazil. In the case of Ruy Guerra, he would continue to be an important referent of Brazilian culture in Germany in the s. To conclude, the positive reception of two 'Cinema Novo' films at the Berlinale in the early s yielded many benefits for Brazilian cinema and the Berlin Film Festival. By screening and celebrating independent Brazilian films that incorporated new techniques and portrayed the disparities in different ways of life in Brazil, the organizers and juries of the Berlin International Film Festival revealed their attention to the demands of directors of the New German Cinema and spectators who were politically active, rejecting the traditional links between West Berlin and Hollywood cinema.
For Brazilian cinema, the nominations did much to legitimize the views of young directors involved in 'Cinema Novo' who, despite the dictatorship in Brazil, were able to continue filming and expressing anti-capitalist views that were shared by leftist intellectuals and filmmakers all over the world. Akser, Murat. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Azevedo, Ely. Cadernuto, Reinaldo. Cooker, Paul. Czach, Liz. Desser, David. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, De Valck, Marijke.
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Palm Beach, Fla. Do you have any resources that focus on the script structure of slow cinema films? I am specifically concerned with how they format the action in their scripts.
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Do they describe it in great detail? Or do they simply just give a short description of the action that is to occur? If so, are their scripts often very short despite their long runtimes? Any resources that look into this, be it an article, or actual scripts themselves would be of great benefit. Save my name, e-mail and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of new posts by email. A Agacinski, S.
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