Pedro Meira Monteiro

audience

audience2

audience3

Bruno Carvalho

clapping

(Esq. para dir.) Eduardo Escorel, João Moreira Salles, Bruno Carvalho

Eduardo Escorel, Pedro Meira Monteiro, Tom Levin

Eduardo Escorel, Pedro Meira Monteiro

Eduardo Escorel

Eduardo Escorel, Tom Levin

Lilia Schwarcz

Audience (Lindsay-Raimundo)

Carlos Nader, Pedro Meira Monteiro

Pedro Meira Monteiro, João Biehl

Pedro Meira Monteiro

preparação

Robson Pereira, João Moreira Salles, Eduardo Escorel

Sandra Kogut, Lucia Serrano Pereira, Eduardo Cadava

coutinho-poster

Zero Hora (Coutinho ladeado por George Clooney, Roberto Carlos e Fernanda Schonardie)

Listening & Seeing 2015

Listening and Seeing: an Homage to Eduardo Coutinho

March 6, 2015. McCormick Hall. Princeton University.

How do we make sense of the tension between chance, preparation, and empathy when documenting the lives of others? Is “documenting” a verb that does justice to the filmmaker’s activity? What are the ethical implications and boundaries of inviting someone “to open up” or perform on camera? What roles do sound, silence, voice, and listening play in Eduardo Coutinho’s work? To what extent do Coutinho’s characters and films travel across cultural contexts and languages? In which ways has he influenced filmmakers in Brazil and beyond, and what dialogues with other fields of knowledge does his cinema invite?

Presented by the Program in Latin American Studies and the Race and Citizenship in the Americas Network. Co-sponsored by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures, and the Program in Media + Modernity at Princeton University.

Photographs, Flora Thomson-DeVeaux.

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