Ignatius, Loyola Brandão, Ultima Hora
Ignacio de Loyola Brandão Lopes was born in Araraquara - SP, on July 31, 1936. Train Leaf, weekly of Araraquara, published on 16 August 1952 was a review of the movie "Rudolph Valentino," the first text Ignacio. Days later, the Correio Popular newspaper of that city came into play.
As the first step, early writer goes on to write articles, film reviews and interviews in another newspaper of Araraquara. It learns the art of typography, dealing with composition with Linotype, cliche in zinc and lead in paging. In 1955 inaugurates the first social column of the city. Falls for the film and participate in 1953, was the filming of "Dawn of a city," semi-documentary directed by Wallace Leal. The following year he founded the Araraquara Film Club.
Completed scientific course in 1956, he moved to São Paulo and worked in the newspaper Ultima Hora, having stayed there for nine years. His taste for cinema remains, and in 1961, participating as an extra in The Given Word, directed by Anselmo Duarte, was based on the play by Dias Gomes, winner at Cannes in 1962.
[...] In 1968, occurs the release of "Bebel that the city ate", his first novel. The book is adapted for the screen by Maurice Capovilla, with Rossana Ghessa in the title role and script Ignatius himself, Capovilla and Mário Chamie. The film receives the São Paulo State Governor Award for "Best Film Screenplay". Later that year, the writer receives the Special Prize of the First National Contest of Paraná Tales by "Get him, Silence" later published in "The best tales of Brazil." His mother died at age 60. [...]
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[...] Daniel Piza Daniel Piza, who was born in São Paulo in 1970 and studied law at the Largo de São Francisco began his journalism career in O Estado de S. Paulo (1991-92), where he was Caderno2 reporter and assistant editor culture. Then worked in the Folha de S. Paulo (1992-95), as an editor, reporter and assistant editor of Illustrated, especially covering the areas of books and art. He was editor and columnist of the Weekend notebook Gazeta Mercantil (1995-2000). In May 2000, he returned to the State as executive editor and columnist. [...]
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