A Pedra do Reino – Filming Books
- Editora Globo
Organized as six booklets packed in an illustrated case, five of them as facsimiles of scripts from director Luiz Fernando Carvalho, full of notes, drawings and comments. The sixth booklet contains the diaries of the director, cast and staff that reveal the creation process of the miniseries and reproduces part of the manuscripts of Ariano Suassuna who, excited with the shooting of the adaptation to TV, resumed his work published in 1971 and created new outcomes for some of the characters.
A Pedra do Reino – Photographs
- Editora Globo
Book dedicated to photos taken by Renato Rocha Miranda, who recorded in black and white cast preparation and in color the shooting of the show.
A Pedra do Reino
Booklet presenting diaries of the staff, concept, story and characters of the show A Pedra do Reino, a work by writer Ariano Suassuna and directed by Luiz Fernando Carvalho. The material was intended for journalists and guests to advertise the project.
Ode to Ariano Suassuna
- Editora Universitária UFPE
Book celebrates 80 years of writer Ariano Suassuna with a collection of 11 texts, among them “Acauã and its Clown-King” by Luiz Fernando Carvalho.
The catalogue presents the Quadrant Project, idealized by director Luiz Fernando Carvalho and inaugurated along with the A Pedra do Reino. The multiplatform project is intended to rediscover the Brazilian imaginary, travelling across the country by means of texts from the Literature of different regions of the country, where they would be filmed. The main goals of this proposal are education and qualification of the viewer and the discovery and valuation of regional talents, as most of the cast and technical staff were invited from the own shooting site – exactly as A Pedra do Reino was performed. Other works that integrate the project are Dom Casmurro, by Machado de Assis, which originated the miniseries Capitu (2008); Corpo Presente, by João Paulo Cuenca, and Dois Irmãos, by Milton Hatoum, aired in 2017.