Assimetrias, dilemas e axiomas do cinema brasileiro nos anos 2000

Reis e Silva, João Guilherme Barone
August 2011
Revista FAMECOS - Mídia, Cultura e Tecnologia;2011, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p916
Academic Journal
Este artigo trata das transformações verificadas no cinema brasileiro durante a primeira década do Século 21, em especial com relação ao setor de distribuição e ao desempenho do filme de longa-metragem no mercado de salas de exibição. A análise é resultado do projeto de pesquisa Comunicação, tecnologia e mercado. Assimetrias, desempenho e crises do cinema brasileiro contemporâneo, a partir do recorte do conjunto de filmes que registraram o melhor desempenho de público, entre os anos de 2000 a 2009.


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