A crítica cinematográfica em O Diário de S. Paulo entre 1968 e 1969: um estudo sobre a experiência dos estudantes da Universidade de São Paulo
Bellinger, Isabella Mitiko Ikawa
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This research is a study of the film section in O Diário de S. Paulo between July 1968 and June 1969. In this year, a group composed by Álvaro Ferreira, Claudio de Andrade (pseudonym initially used by Jean-Claude Bernardet), Djalma Batista, Eduardo Leone, Frida, Ismail Xavier, José Possi Neto, Marília Aires (now Marília Franco), Maurice Politi, Sérvulo Peres Siqueira e Valéria Silveira signed the film criticism in this journal. Most of these students were from the first Cinema s class in ECC-USP (Escola de Comunicações Culturais da Universidade de São Paulo), which later would become ECA-USP (Escola de Comunicações e Artes). Others came from Theater and Journalism. This experience in O Diário de S. Paulo is what we propose to study in this work.
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