hillsteeball.org.au/futures.htm”>Coast Hiss Jnior SUMMARY: The present article was requested for professor Breitner Tavares, as avaliativo instrument of disciplines Classic Social Theory, and if it considers to relate some traces of the known Brazilian cinematographic movement as New Cinema and the concept of social representations considered by sociologist mile Durkheim in its workmanship the Rules of the Sociological Method. In way to sharpen the reflection about the seventh art and its consequence in the society, they will be correlated, some elements proceeding from the research of thinkers as Walter Benjamin on the art and the existing logic in the cinematographic images, of Christian Metz in its studies on language of the cinema, amongst other researchers that had carried through studies on the Brazilian New Cinema. Leaving of the idea of that sociology observes the cinema as a tool of representation of the different social realities, it will be made, at first moment, one briefing description of the cinemanovista movement and its followed antidogmtico profile of an analysis of sociological matrix where we will argue the social representations. Words keys: Social representations. Cinema.
Sociology. INITIAL CONSIDERAES This research present as thematic a reflection on the social representations and the known Brazilian cinematographic movement as New Cinema. Leaving of the estimated one of that the cinemanovista movement, with its vanguardista and innovative style, has acquired a place of prominence in what says respect to the construction of a social reality specifies, will be made a bridge of linking with the concept of social representations, which initially was characterized by mile Durkheim in its workmanship the Rules of the Sociological Method. The first theoretician to use the term ‘ ‘ representations sociais’ ‘ he was the French sociologist and father of modern Sociology, mile Durkheim.