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A REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY MEDIA

Notes

1. According to Tavares, the sources of funding for the feminist trilogy are: WFP (The Emerging Woman); Calvin Cafritz, Inter-American Foundation, Danish International Development Agency, Norwegian Agency for International Development, Swedish International Development Authority and the United Nations Development Programme (The Double Day); Danish International Development Agency, Inter-American Foundation, Women’s Fund – Joint Foundation Support, National Endowment for the Arts, Norwegian Agency for International Development and Swedish International Development Authority (Simplemente Jenny). [return to page 1]

2. In all three films of the feminist trilogy, Helena Solberg was still married with her first husband, and took his surname, in accordance with the tradition in Brazil. However, sometimes she is credited as Helena Solberg-Ladd (the standard in the United States) and sometimes as Helena Solberg Ladd (the standard in Brazil). [return to page 2]

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