Dr Natalia Pinazza



with Bayman L, Journeys on Screen Theory, Ethics, aesthetics, 2018.

New Approaches to Lusophone Culture, 2016.

The Penguin Portuguese Phrasebook, Penguin Group USA, 2014.

Journeys in Argentine and Brazilian cinema: Road films in a global era, 2014.

with Bayman L, Directory of World Cinema: Brazil, Intellect Books, 2013.

with Bayman L, World Film Locations Sao Paulo, Intellect Books, 2013.


Diaspora and national identity in Daniel Burman's el Abrazo Partido, Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, vol. 21, no. 3, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2012, 437-448

Transnationality and Transitionality in Sandra Kogut´s The Hungarian Passport, Alphaville: Journal of Media and Film Studies, University College Cork: Ireland.


Journeys and Colonialism in Contemporary Latin American Cinema, in Bayman L, Pinazza N (eds) Journeys on Screen:Theory, Ethics and Aesthetics, , 2018

"Luso-Brazilian Coproductions: Rescue and Expansion", in Liz M (eds) Portugal’s Global Cinema: Industry, History and Culture., , 2017

Thesis / dissertations

Globalisation and the National Imaginary in Contemporary Argentine and Brazilian Cinema, 2012