Annie Ernaux is having a good moment of popularity in Brazil and her readers will soon be able to learn more about her sides. The documentary, which the author directed with her son, David Ernault-Priut, will be shown at the São Paulo International Film Festival.
“Os Anos do Super 8”, the play’s official title in Portuguese, corresponds to archival footage taken by the Ernaux family from 1972 to 1981, in a kind of extrapolation from the pursuit of self-literate by the famous French author “O Lugar”. and “event”. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in May.
The exhibition will run from October 21 to November 3, about a month before Erno himself comes to Brazil to participate as one of Flip’s main guests, in Paraty.
Fósforo has just published “A Vergonha,” the author’s fourth book published in less than two years, and even before the “O Jovem” literary festival, a novel about the author’s involvement with a man 30 years younger than her.
It should be noted that Brazilian literature will be well represented in Mostra. The festival presents an adaptation of “O Clube dos Anjos”, a gourmet and anthology story by Luis Fernando Verissimo made into a film in the hands of Angelo Divante, with Otavio Muller, Matthews Nachtergili, Marco Rica and Paulo Miklos.
elevator lights The Brazilian Chamber of Writers has chosen the date and venue for the Jabuti Prize, which will be delivered in person three years later. It’s November 24 at 8 p.m. at Theatro Municipal de São Paulo – a way to honor Modern Art Week, which took place exactly a hundred years ago in
The same space that will be modified to evoke this historical moment. Jabuti scored a record number of admissions for this edition, with 4,290 books, a 25% increase over last year.
Reza PrabaRocco is already preparing for the October release of “Elizabeth Finch,” a book published by British Julian Barnes, one of the lead authors of the house’s catalog. The novel reflects the religious devotion since the death of the mysterious professor who taught monotheism in ancient Rome.
old childhoodTo mark the 90th anniversary of one of literature’s greatest dystopias, Globo is releasing a special edition of “Brave New World” this month. Aldous Huxley’s novel, with a new translation by Fabio Fernandez, accompanied by texts by Ursula K. Logan and Samir Machado de Machado.
air elevatorThe New York Public Library hosts an event on Brazilian literature to mark the bicentenary of our independence, with lectures by Professors Ilan Stavans, Evan
Marquez and Joao Almino. Journalist Vania Carvalho Wang is organizing the meeting, which will take place around the 28th, at 6 pm.