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Title Brazil / a CTVC production ; written and presented by John McCarthy ; written and directed by Geoff Dunlop.
Imprint Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004.

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Series Faultlines
Locke, Thomas, 1952- Fault lines.
Subject Christianity and politics -- Brazil.
Christianity and politics -- Catholic Church.
Christianity and politics -- Protestant churches.
Religion and politics -- Brazil.
Brazil -- Church history.
Brazil -- Politics and government.
Alt Name Dunlop, Geoff.
CTVC (Firm)
Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Ohio Library and Information Network.
OhioLINK Digital Media Center.
Description 1 videodisc (37 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
polychrome rdacc
Note Streaming video (37 min.)
Title from container.
Series title on container: Faultlines: the search for political and religious links.
DVD release of the 2003 television production.
Access Available to OhioLINK member libraries.
Credits Executive producer, Nick Stuart ; music, Richard Durrant ; editor, Bruno Mansi ; series producer, Ray Bruce.
Summary "This controversial program highlights the political initiatives taken by Brazil's top two religious entities: Catholics and evangelical Protestants. It argues that the Roman Catholic Church has always been fused with the nation's identity, from statues of Christ in Rio de Janiero to mark the first centenary of Brazil's independence to the thousands of Brazilian flags waved during the morning mass at the Cathedral of Aparecida. Yet the Church has seemed aloof to many Brazilians; fewer than one in ten attend Mass regularly. With the growing power of the evangelical movement, a battle against the Catholic establishment begins for political collusion at the time of a crucial presidential election"--Container.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Columbus, Ohio : OhioLINK, 2005. Digitized and made available by OhioLINK Digital Media Center from video dist. by Films for the Humanities & Sciences.
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
System requirements: Real Player media software.
Publisher # FFH 33616 Films for the Humanities and Sciences
OCLC # 64403276
Link Digital Video Collection FFH 33616 (OCoLC)52376650.
Additional Format Brazil. (OCoLC)57478771.

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