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MÁRIO PRATA

Television

Ela tem uma pulga atrás da orelha - 1974, Caso Verdade, Rede Globo;
Estúpido Cupido -1976, soap opera, TV Globo, directed by Régis Cardoso;
Sem lenço, sem documento - 1978, soap opera, TV Globo, directed by Régis Cardoso;
Xico Rey - 13-episode mini-series for Canal 1, ARD, West Germany, directed by Walter Lima Jr.;
Dinheiro vivo - 1979, soap opera, Rede Tupi, directed by José de Anchieta and supervised by Walter Avancini;
O resto é silêncio - 1981, televised novel, based on the text of the same name, written by Érico Veríssimo, TV Cultura ;
O vento do mar aberto - 1981, televised novel, based on the text of the same name, written by Geraldo Santos, TV Cultura;
Música ao longe - 1982, televised novel, based on the text of the same name, written by Érico Veríssimo, TV Cultura;
O homem do disco voador - 1983, episode of Caso Verdade, TV Globo, supervised by Antonio Abujamra and Walter Avancini
Devolvam meu filho - 1983, Caso Verdade, Rede Globo, supervised by Antonio Abujamra and Walter Avancini;
Avenida Paulista - 1983, 20-episode mini-series. Member of creative team, together with Lauro Cesar Muniz, Leilah Assunpção and Daniel Más; supervised by Walter Avancini, TV Globo ;
A Máfia no Brasil - 1984, 20-episode mini-series written by a number of authors, TV Globo, directed by Roberto Talma ;
Um sonho a mais - 1986, soap opera co-written with Lauro Cesar Muniz and Dagomir Marquesi, TV Globo, directed by Roberto Talma
Helena - 1987, soap opera co-written with Dagomir Marquesi and Reinaldo Moraes, Rede Manchete. Broadcast in Portugal and West Germany; directed by Denise Sarraceni and Luis Fernando Carvalho
Bang-Bang - 1989, soap opera project for Manduri Filmes;
O Testamento do Senhor Napomuceno da Silva Araujo - 1991, 5-episode mini-series, based on a novel by Germano Almeida, writer from Cabo Verde; for Portuguese television, Opus Filmes;
Hotel Europa - 1991, series project for Herman José, produced by Videoarte and Costa do Castelo, in Portugal;
Viva a vida - 1991/2, TV dramaturgy consultant for Portugal’s RTP Internacional.
Um século e sete mulheres - 1992, 13-episode mini-series inspired on Álvaro Guerra’s Trilogia do Café, for Portugal’s RTP;
O campeão - 1996, with Reinaldo Moraes; soap opera for Rede Bandeirantes, produced by TVPlus and directed by Marcos Schetchman.


Theater

O cordão umbilical - 1970, São Paulo production directed by José Rubens Siqueira; 1972, Rio de Janeiro production directed by Aderbal Junior. Amateur and professional groups around Brazil have presented the play at least 100 times.
E se a gente ganhar a guerra? - 1971, São Paulo, directed by Celso Nunes
Fábrica de chocolates - 1979, São Paulo, directed by Ruy Guerra
Dona Beja - 1980, Belo Horizonte, directed by Paulo Cesar Bicalho, at Palácio das Artes
Besame Mucho - 1982, directed by Roberto Lage, São Paulo; 1983, directed by Aderbal Júnior, Rio de Janeiro. Also staged in Brasília, Belo Horizonte and Recife by professional theater groups. The Rio de Janeiro production represented Brazil at international theater festivals in Uruguay and Cololmbia in 1983. Uruguay production, 1990, directed by Adriana Lagomarsino, at Teatro del Notariado, in Montevideo
Salto Alto - 1983, directed by Nitis Jacon; with Grupo Proteu from Londrina, Paraná. Staged in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro this same year. Also staged in Recife in 1990.
Purgatório, uma Comédia Divina - 1984, directed by Roberto Lage, São Paulo
Papai & Mamãe, Conversando sobre Sexo – Co-written with Marta Suplicy in 1984; directed by Flávio de Souza
O Caminho da Roça - 1990, never staged
Pilatos: Vida e Obra - 1991, free adaptation of Carlos Heitor Cony’s book by same title; never staged


Cinema

O Jogo da Vida e da Morte - 1971, dialogues; directed by Mario Kuperman
Xico Rey - 1978, argument; directed by Walter Lima Júnior
Besame Mucho - 1987, screenplay co-written with Francisco Ramalho Jr., who also directed. This film was Brazil’s official entry at several international festivals.
Banana Split - 1987, screenplay; directed by Paulinho de Almeida
O Beijo 2348/72 - 1987, co-author of screenplay and dialogues; directed by Walter Rogerio
O Testamento do senhor Napomuceno da Silva Araújo - 1998, for Opus Filmes, Portugal, directed by Francisco Manso.


Fiction Videos

Assalto - 1987, directed by Adriano Goldman and Hugo Prata
E o Zé Reinaldo, continua nadando? - 1989, directed by Adriano Goldman and Hugo Prata. Screened in Cuba, New York, Milan, Amsterdam, and Paris
Os Dois - 1990, directed by Adriano Goldman and Hugo Prata
Sexta-Feira, de noite - 1994, directed by Hugo Prata


Production

Réveillon - 1973, play by Flavio Marcio, Rio de Janeiro;
Besame Mucho - 1984, Rio de Janeiro;
Papai & Mamãe, conversando sobre sexo - 1984, São Paulo;
A infecção sentimental contra-ataca - 1986, Grupo XPTO;
Kronos - 1987, XPTO.



Literature

O morto que morreu de rir - 1969, published by author ;
Preto no Branco - 1978, collection of short-stories by writers from the city of Rio de Janeiro;
Fábrica de chocolates - 1980, Editora Hucitec;
Short Stories Pirandellianos - 1984, Editora Brasiliense, anthology of writers;
Ritos da Infância - 1985, Editora Summus, anthology of writers, organized by Fanny Abramovich
Besame Mucho - 1987, Editora LP&M, text of theater play and screenplay, together with Ramalho Jr. ;
Schifaizfavoire, Dicionário de Português - 1993, Editora Globo, 20 printings
James Lins, o Playboy que não deu certo - 1994, Cartaz Editorial;
Filho é bom, mas dura muito - 1995, Maltese Editora;
Mas será o Benedito? - 1996, Editora Globo, 12 printings ;
O Diário de um Magro - 1997, illustrated by Paulo Caruso. Editora Globo, 8 edições;
100 Chronicles - 1997, short narratives, Cartaz Editorial; presented to clients renewing subascription to the newsdaily Estadão;
Minhas vidas passadas (a limpo) - 1998, Editora Globo.


Children’s and Juvenile Literature

Chapeuzinho vermelho de raiva - 1970, Editora Globo;
O homem que soltava pum - 1983, Editora Escrita, 3rd printings publicada pela Siciliano em 1998;
Sexta-Feira, de noite - 1984, Quinteto Editorial, 9th. printings;
A viagem de Memoh - 1987, Quinteto Editorial;
As meninas de vinte anos - 1989, Atual Editora, 8th. printings;
E o Zé Reinaldo, continua nadando? - 1989, Atual Editora, 8a printings;
Quadrilha - 1990, Atual Editora, 7th. printings;
Love Story - 1990, Atual Editora, 7th. printings;
Tá me ouvindo, Frei Vicente? - 1990, Atual Editora, 7th. printings;
Vestibulando - 1990, Atual Editora, 7th. printings.

Note: (The last six titles are part of the six-volume collection Quem conta um conto, organized by Samir Meserani.)


Journalism

A Gazeta de Lins – social columnist; editor at the age of 14
Última Hora – reporter, editor of UH Revista, with Samuel Wainer
Folha de São Paulo – Contributor, writer of short narratives, and reporter
O Pasquim – Contributor 1972-73
Isto É – Literary reviews
Aqui (São Paulo) - Contributor
Jornal da Tarde – Short narratives, newspaper and magazine articles, short-stories
O Estado de São Paulo - Short narratives, newspaper and magazine articles, author of the mini-series James Lins, published in chapters between November 1993 and February 1994
The following magazines: Playboy, Homem, Lui, Status, AZ, Ícaro, Criativa, Placar, Motorshow, Caros Amigos – Articles and short stories