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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.48.2019.tde-20032019-161416
Document
Author
Full name
Fabiana Tavolaro Maiorino
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Almeida, Rogério de (President)
Beccari, Marcos Namba
Cánepa, Laura Loguercio
Oliveira, Louis José Pacheco de
Zamberlan, Cesar Adolfo
Title in Portuguese
O contemporâneo através do cinema: o olhar distópico, o ilusório e o trágico
Keywords in Portuguese
Cartografia
Cinema
Contemporâneo
Filosofia trágica
Hermenêutica trágica
Abstract in Portuguese
O objetivo desta tese é investigar de que modo o Contemporâneo fala através da arte cinematográfica, ou seja, pergunta-se, na dobra do tempo do agora, sobre o que há para ser visto e afirmado na vida contemporânea através do cinema. Essa pesquisa utilizou-se dos pressuspostos teóricos-epistêmicos do aporte existencial e trágico, com obras de Nietzsche, Clément Rosset, Rogério de Almeida, Beccari e Oliveira. Para mapear os modos como o contemporâneo tem sido evocado pelo cinema, usou-se a metodologia qualitativa de inspiração deleuziana, da cartografia e mapeamentos em platôs estéticos-discursivos. Foram delineados três a partir de uma vasta revisão fílmica operada principalmente nos últimos dez anos (2008-2017): (1) platô distópico, analisado por meio do filme Holy Motors (2012); (2) platô ilusório, trazido pelo filme O Duplo (2013) e (3) platô trágico, iluminado pela obra A Grande Beleza (2013). A partir de uma descrição fílmica cuidadosa e pela ótica da hermenêutica trágica, inspirada na obra de Beccari, constatou-se que o cinema tem mostrado o Contemporâneo por diversas matizes e forças, o que reverbera no modo de se pensar o homem e seus modos plurivocais de vida no mundo atual, seja no horizonte educacional ou quaisquer outros.
Title in English
The contemporary through cinema: the dystopic, illusory and tragic
Keywords in English
Cartography
Cinema
Contemporary
Tragic hermeneutics
Tragic philosophy
Abstract in English
This thesis aims to investigate how the Contemporary speaks through cinematographic art, that is, it is questioned in the present about what is to be seen and affirmed in contemporary life through the cinema. This research made use of the theoretical and epistemic presuppositions of tragic thinking, with works by Nietzsche, Clément Rosset, Rogério de Almeida, Beccari and Oliveira. In order to evaluate the ways in which the contemporary has been evoked by the cinema, the methodology used was qualitative of Deleuze inspiration, cartography and mappings in aesthetic and discursive plateaus. Three films were drawn from a broad film review mainly carried out over the last ten years (2008-2017): (1) dystopic plateau, analyzed through the Holy Motors film (2012); (2) illusory plateau, studied by the film The Double (2013) and (3) tragic plateau, through the analysis of the work The Great Beauty (2013). From a careful film description and from the perspective of tragic hermeneutics, inspired by Beccari's work, it has been observed that cinema has shown the Contemporary by various shades and forces, which has repercussions on the way one thinks about man and his manners plurivocals of life in the world today.
 
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2019-03-22
 
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