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- Intellect Books
- Bayman, Louis
- 50 colour plates
- 226 x 152 x 10 mm
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- 4423:Standard Color 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Perfect Bound on Standard 70 White w/Matte Lam
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Sao Paulo is the largest city in South America and the powerhouse of Brazil's economy. A multiracial metropolis with a diverse population of Asian, Arabic, and European immigrants as well as migrants from other parts of Brazil, it is a global city with international reach. Films set in Sao Paulo often replace the postcard images of beautiful tropical beaches and laid back lifestyles with working environments and the search for better opportunities. Bikinis and flip-flops give way to urban subcultures, sports, entertainment, and artistic movements. The ability to transcend national boundaries, and its resistance to stereotypical images of an "exotic" Brazil, make Sao Paulo a fascinating location in which to explore Brazil's changing economic and cultural landscapes. The first comprehensive guide to filmic representations of Sao Paulo, this book serves as an introduction to the city for film enthusiasts, visitors, and tourists while simultaneously opening scholarly debates on global concerns such as marginalization, rapid urbanization, and child poverty.
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Natalia Pinazza is an associate lecturer at Birkbeck, University of London. Louis Bayman is a lecturer in film studies at King's College London. He is the editor of Directory of World Cinema: Italy, also published by Intellect.
Maps/Scenes Scenes 1-8 - 1929-1981 Scenes 9-15 - 1981-2002 Scenes 16-22 - 2002-2005 Scenes 23-29 - 2006-2007 Scenes 30-36 - 2007-2008 Scenes 37-43 - 2008-2012 Essays So Paulo: City of the Imagination - Reinaldo Cardenuto So Paulo on the Big Screen: Cinematic [Post] Modernity - Alfredo Suppia Paulista Film Industry: An Overview - Fbio Ucha Cinema Marginal - Daniel Serravalle de S The City of So Paulo as Depicted in Tata Amaral's Movies - Marcia Carvalho The Geography of Segregation: Violence and Class Division in Contemporary So Paulo Cinema - Tiago de Luca Transnational Minhoco: The Emblematic Highway - Natlia Pinazza