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Publications Gustavo P. Furtado
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Books

  1. Furtado, GP. Documentary Filmmaking in Contemporary Brazil: Cinematic Archives of the Present.  Oxford University Press, USA, January, 2019: 280 pages.  [abs]

Articles in a Journal

  1. Furtado, G. "El cine documental y los procedimientos de la ley: observación y reflexividad en el cine de Maria Augusta Ramos." Revista Cine Documental 20:20 (August, 2019): 95-120.  [abs]
  2. Furtado, G; Arenillas, MG. "Introducción al dossier: “Justicia y ley en el cine documental en América Latina”." Revista Cine Documental :20 (August, 2019): 4-13.
  3. Furtado, GP. "Remembering objects in the essay film: Andrés di Tella as heir, archaeologist and collector." New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film 13:2 (September, 2015): 123-138. [doi]
  4. Furtado, GP. "The Borders of Sense: Revisiting "Iracema, uma transa amazônica." Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies 22:4 (2013): 399-415. [doi]  [abs]

Articles in a Collection

  1. Furtado, GP. "Where are the “people”?: The politics of the virtual and the ordinary in contemporary Brazilian documentaries." Latin American Documentary Film in the New Millennium. Palgrave Macmillan US, January, 2016, 115-131. [doi]
  2. G.P. Furtado. "Where are the "People?": The Politics of the Virtual and the Ordinary in Contemporary Brazilian Documentaries." Latin American Documentary Film in the New Millennium Ed. Michael Lazzara and Lupe Arenillas. Palgrave Press, Forthcoming.

Articles Online

  1. G.P. Furtado. "A Living Cinema: Notes on Eduardo Coutinho."  available at http://www.panoramas.pitt.edu/content/living-cinema-notes-eduardo-coutinho-1933-2014 Panoramas, University of Pittsburgh . February 25, 2014

Occasional Writing

  1. Guarana, B. ""Cinematic Archives of the Present: A Conversation with Gustavo Furtado"." Film Quarterly 73:2 (December, 2019): 100-105.  [abs]
  2. Furtado, G. "A Living Cinema: Notes on Eduardo Coutinho (1933-2014)." Panoramas  (October, 2016).