*************LIVRO “STARS AND STARDOM IN BRAZILIAN CINEMA” — CARMEN SANTOS, CARMEN MIRANDA, OSCARITO & GRANDE OTELO, ELIANE LAGE, MOACYR FENELON, JECE VALADÃO, MOJICA, LAZARO RAMOS, SEU JORGE, RODRIGO SANTORO…….

+ LIVRO: “STARS AND STARDOM IN BRAZILIAN CINEMA”
Quem se interessar por este livro (editado por Tim Bergfelder, Lisa Shaw e João Luiz Vieira) deve contatar
a Berghahn – New York – Oxford: www.berghahnbooks.com
******O livro traz os seguintes estudos:
* 1. Introduction – Lisa Shaw e Tim Bergfelder
* 2. Consuming Vision: Female Stars, The Melindrosa
and Desires of a Brazilian Industry – Maite Conde
* 3. A Star System Created by Fans: Pernambucan
Cinema in the 1920s – Luciana Corrêa de Araújo
* 4. A Star in the Spotilight: Carmen Santos and
Brazilian Cinema of the 1920s – Ana Pessoa
* 5. Carmen Miranda: From National Star
to Global Brand – Ana Rita Mendonça and Lisa Shaw
* 6. Cinelândia Magazine an the
Creation of Home-Grown Movie
Stars in the 1950s – Lisa Shaw
* 7. Oscarito and Grande Otelo: ‘The Terrible
Twosone’ – João Luiz Vieira
and Leonardo Côrtes Macario
* 8. Eliane Lage: a Falling Star in the
Skies of the Tropics – Ana Carolina Maciel
* 9. Radio Stars on Screen: Critiques of
Stardom in Moacyr Fenelon’s Tudo Azul
(1952) — Luis Alberto Rocha Melo
* 10. Jece Valadão, the ‘Charming Crook’: a Star
Image Between Tradition and
Modernity – Rafael Luna Freire
* 11. José Mojica Marins versus
Coffin Joe: Auteurism and Stardom
in Brazilian Cinema – Laura Logercio Canepa
* 12. As Loiras: Brazil’s Screen
Blondes – Stephanie Dennison
* 13. A Star is Born: The Rising Profile
of the non-professional Actor in
Recent Brazilian Cinema – Charlotte Gleghorn
* 14. The Black Body Reframed: Lázaro
Ramos an the Performance of
Interracial Love – Ben Hoff
* 16. Seu Jorge as a Cross-Media Star:
Between Local Authenticity and
Global Appeal – Katia Augusta Maciel
* 17. Latin Lover or Latin(o) Loser:
Rodrigo Santoro and the Hollywood
Stereotype – Daniel O’Brien.
*********O livro, em edição capa dura (com belo desenho de Carmen Miranda) tem 294 páginas, várias fotos, extensa bibliografia, perfil dos autores, etc.

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