O movimento do processo criativo de Os famosos e os duendes da morte
Dias, Vitor Vilaverde
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The proposed work consists primarily in understanding the different languages dialoguing in the creative process of "The Famous and The Dead", that is film, book, script, music, photography and internet. It is considered the fact that the narrative is developed for different media and we assume as a starting point the screenplay, which is part of the larger movement and should be seen as a piece within the network. Thus, the creative process is no longer just the script, but all of this network, or movement. The intention is to see how this idea can add meanings or enhance aspects of the narrative. Using as a base the script, it is understood this as a "place between", a hybrid platform with literary aspects and indications for a cinematographic work. We consider the script an object that is Literature and Cinema at the same time. Aftter that, a comparative analysis takes place, in which the different “bodies” were put in evidence in trying to understand the creative movement. The analysis then encompassed literature, film, screenplay, videos to internet, photos and music; we realize that several authors are involved in the process, director and screenwriter leading the movement, and setting correlations of shock and approach in what regards to the authorship.