Mikhail Bakhtin na linguagem cinematográfica
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This thesis aims to bring together some of the various concepts of Mikhail Bakhtin's broad range of studies and to correlate them with film language. On the studies carried out in a broad and unorganized manner completely by Robert Stam, a North American researcher dedicated to both Bakhtin and cinema, both as aesthetics and as language, we developed the junction of theories in a dialogical work. In this thesis we bring together the most diverse forms of expression of Bakhtinian thought and try to exemplify them, to demonstrate them, to give them a more understandable form of understanding, using the cinematographic language as another in this intellectual theoretical dialogue. Knowing that cinema and its language were never the intellectual goal of Bakhtin, we approach his theory in a dialogical way, in the pursuit of cinema as alterity. It was observed the polyphony present in the cinematographic works and of Mikhail Bakhtin, among other possible dialogues. A study was developed which sought to further enrich Bakhtinian studies in our country and which is presented as a thesis that addresses the dialogue, understanding and convergence between the forms of study, with a common objective, to demonstrate the feasibility and of Bakhtinian concepts in a living, multidisciplinary and dialogic art that is cinema.