Machado de Assis (1908-2008)
- Editora Nova Fronteira
O livro traz uma reprodução do artigo “Capitu c’est moi?”, de Luiz Fernando Carvalho, publicado originalmente no livro “Quem é Capitu?” (Editora Nova Fronteira).
The Capitu Process
- Casa da Palavra
The book reveals the research made by the director, staff and cast to create the miniseries. In this research, the group attended lectures from professionals such as the historian Antonio Edmilson Martins Rodrigues, the Jungian psychiatrist Carlos Byington, the journalist Daniel Piza, the writer Gustavo Bernardo, the psychoanalysts Luiz Alberto Pinheiro de Freitas and Maria Rita Kehl and the diplomat and essayist Sérgio Paulo Rouanet. Illustrated with frames from the miniseries, the book also has a text from director Luiz Fernando Carvalho.
Reimagining Brazilian Television
- UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH PRESS
In 2018, Eli Lee Carter from the UCLA and professor at University of Virginia, published in the United States a book entitled Reimagining Brazilian Television – Luiz Fernando Carvalho’s Contemporary Vision. The specialist makes a vast analysis of the director’s work. For the professor of Literature from USP Helio de Seixas Guimarães, the book provides an innovative discussion on the work of the director, “one of the most imaginative artists of the Brazilian audiovisual segment”.
The Metafiction Book
- Editora Tinta Negra
According to the author, metafiction is the “youngest sister” of metalanguage, a self-referring aesthetic phenomenon, where fiction duplicates from the inside, either talking about or containing itself. In Chapter IV, entitled “Machado de La Mancha”, the author goes over the unrealistic adaptation of Dom Casmurro for TV in Capitu, directed by Luiz Fernando Carvalho.