THE FILM INDUSTRY IN BRAZIL. CULTURE AND STATE.
Johnson, Randal.

Pittsburgh, (PA), University of Pittsburgh Press, (Pitt Latin American Studies), 1987. xiv, 265p., tables, bibl., index, boards Good Hardcover 0822935384 A relatively detailed historical study of the Brazilian Film Industry, spanning from its origins in the late-19th century, through the late 20th century. Includes the following chapters: "The Early Development of Brazilian Cinema, 1896-1930", "Congresses, Conflicts, and State Institutions, 1950-1960" and "The Instituto Nacional do Cinema, 1966-1975". Includes notes (Item ID: 108620)

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