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|Artist||Ministério da Cultura|
|Credit||Feira de Frankfurt 2013|
|Desc||Alemanha | A participação do Brasil na Feira de Frankfurt se deu por meio dos ministérios da Cultura e Relações Exteriores, FBN, Fundação Nacional de Artes (Funarte), Câmara Brasileira do Livro, com apoio da Embratur, Agência Brasileira de Promoção de Exportações e Investimentos (Apex-Brasil) e Sesc São Paulo. bit.ly/1clVotx Foto: Johan Visbeek|
|Usage||Creative Commons Attribution 2.0|
Brazilian screenwriter and author
Beatriz Bracher is ...
|Born||1961 in São Paulo|
|Age||61 years, 6 months|
|Sex or gender||female|
|Country of citizenship||Brazil|
|Occupation||screenwriter, writer and novelist|
|Field of work||literature and film|
About Beatriz Bracher
Beatriz Bracher is a Brazilian screenwriter and author whose work has captivated audiences with its raw and honest portrayal of the human experience. Born on December 31, 1961, Bracher's writing is deeply rooted in her own personal history, as well as the political and social climate of Brazil.
Bracher's literary career began in the 1990s with the publication of her first novel, "Azul e Duro" (Blue and Hard), which was praised for its lyrical prose and exploration of the complexities of love and loss. Since then, she has published several more novels, including "Antonio" and "Anatomia do Paraíso" (Anatomy of Paradise), which have cemented her reputation as one of Brazil's most important contemporary writers.
In addition to her work as a novelist, Bracher has also made a name for herself as a screenwriter, with credits on several critically acclaimed films, including "The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão" and "The Second Mother." Her ability to craft compelling characters and nuanced narratives has made her a sought-after collaborator in the Brazilian film industry.
Despite her success, Bracher remains committed to using her platform to shed light on the social and political issues facing Brazil today. In a 2018 interview with The Guardian, she spoke about the importance of using literature to confront the country's history of violence and inequality, saying, "I think it's important to write about these things, to try to understand them, to try to make sense of them."
With her powerful writing and unwavering commitment to social justice, Beatriz Bracher has become a leading voice in Brazilian literature and film. Her work serves as a reminder of the transformative power of art, and the importance of using one's voice to speak truth to power.
- "Beatriz Bracher: 'I think it's important to write about violence and inequality'" by Richard Lea, The Guardian, 27 May 2018
- "Beatriz Bracher: Writing the Brazilian Experience" by Emily Everett, Words Without Borders, 1 August 2019
- "Beatriz Bracher: A Brazilian Writer on the Rise" by Ana Paula Maia, World Literature Today, 1 November 2019
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