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CollectionsMusic (289), Your library (2,332), screenplays (42), All collections (2,638)

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About mePublications: "Escreviver", organization plus preface to the book printed by Editora Perspectiva. São Paulo, 2008. “O grau zero do escreviver”, ditto, São Paulo, 2002. “Vertentes do cinema moderno”, preface for the book by José Lino Grünewald, published by Pontes Editores, São Paulo, 2003. “A vida e a vida de Quincas o Belo”, a book (ieditora, São Paulo, 2001). “Reserva Florestal de Linhares”, published by Dipel (1991). Movie scripts: “sign design desenho industrial” (produced by the Instituto Nacional do Cinema, 1971, eventually awarded with Prêmio Humberto Mauro); “Paraty: impressões” (produced by the Instituto Nacional do Cinema, 1973, eventually awarded with Prêmio Humberto Mauro). “José Lino Grünewald e o escreviver”, a monograph which deserved a Special Award Medal at the Exxon Literature Prize contest in 1968. “Semiótica da comunicação visual”, graduation monograph/treatise, E.S.D.I., 1970. Main books translated: “Edouard Manet, rebel in a frock coat, “ by Beth Archer Brombert (“Edouard Manet. rebelde de casaca,” Editora Record, Rio, 1998); “Diana: her true story, in her own words, “ by Andrew Morton (“Lady Di: a história real, em suas próprias palavras, “ Bloch Editores, Rio, 1998); “Past imperfect: history according to the movies, “ by Mark Christopher Carnes (“Passado imperfeito – a história no cinema, “ Editora Record, Rio, 1997); “Gerchman”, by Ana Maria Escallón e Damián Bayón (“Gerchman,” published by Rubens Gerchman & Editora Printz in 1994); Microsoft Corporation’s manuals “Microsoft Access – Introduction to programming”, “Cue cards” and “User’s guide” (1991 - 1993); “Orchids from Carajás”, published by CVRD (Companhia Vale do Rio Doce) in 1990; “Copacabana 100 years: love it or leave it”, written & translated to both English and French, Editora Tazaine Ltda. in 1992; plays by Christopher Marlowe “Tamburlaine the great”, “Dido, Queen of Cartage”, “Doctor Faust” e “The massacre at Paris”, translations duly registered with the Brazilian National Libreay for future publication. Hundreds of articles, either published by the print media or broadcast via TV/short-wave radio (vehicles Manchete, Les Nouvelles Esthétiques, Desfile, Fatos & Fotos/Gente, Fatos, O Globo, Correio da Manhã, O Pasquim, Jornal do Brasil etc), including weekly columns on bridge (Manchete, F&F/Gente, 1976-1981) and regular movie columns (Correio da Manhã, Fatos, Desfile etc.). In 1992: edition of all the last programmes of the series “Curto-circuito” broadcast by Rede Brasil/TV Educativa Net. In 1978-80: presentation of a weekly programme within the series “Cadernos de Cinema” and “Cine-clube” via TV Educativa (channel 2) in Rio de Janeiro.


Favorite authorsJoaquim Maria Machado de Assis, Albert Camus, Olavo de Carvalho, Ernst Cassirer, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Joseph Conrad, Fyodor Dostoevsky, William Faulkner, Henry James, Stéphane Mallarmé, Joao Guimaraes Rosa, William Shakespeare, Anthony Trollope (Shared favorites)


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Member sinceAug 29, 2006

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