“Filmar de volta” no cinema indígena siberiano
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Re-apropriação fílmica
Estética cinematográfica
Anastasia Lapsui
Markku Lehmuskallio
Cinema autóctone da sibéria

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DAMIENS, Caroline. “Filmar de volta” no cinema indígena siberiano: estratégias de re-apropriação cinematográfica no trabalho de Anastasia Lapsui e Markku Lehmuskallio. Proa: Revista de Antropologia e Arte, Campinas, SP, v. 11, n. 1, p. 100–128, 2022. DOI: 10.20396/proa.v11i1.16611. Disponível em: https://econtents.bc.unicamp.br/inpec/index.php/proa/article/view/16611. Acesso em: 25 jun. 2024.

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Este ensaio explora os filmes siberianos de Anastasia Lapsui e Markku Lehmuskallio. Concentra-se nos meios fílmicos empregues para “filmar de volta” (film back) o cinema dominante. Recorrendo ao método da análise fílmica, demonstra como a forma do filme pode ser tão política quanto os conteúdos que veicula, nomeadamente quando mobilizada para dar voz aos povos autóctones da Sibéria e para revisitar discursos prévios soviéticos em torno da igualdade, da integração e do progresso. O ensaio chama a atenção para duas estratégias formais usadas pelos realizadores para “filmar de volta”: a re-apropriação das imagens de arquivo para retrabalhar o passado e valorar indivíduos indígenas; e a criação duma voz plural pseudo-autobiográfica capaz de romper o monólogo soviético e de encarnar a experiência partilhada indígena. Enfim, o artigo argumenta que considerar aspetos formais nos ajuda a repensar noções como talking back e shooting back, tantas vezes usadas de forma indiferente, bem como o conceito de “filmar de volta” (reservado a questões fílmicas).
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