Conference Programme Friday 7 September 2012



Download 187.11 Kb.
Date03.05.2017
Size187.11 Kb.



Conference Programme



Friday 7 September 2012



09:00-10:00

Conference Registration

Social Area, 1st Floor (Block B), O’Rahilly Building




















10:00-10:15

Opening Address
Professor Nuala Finnegan (Head of the Department of Hispanic Studies, University College Cork)




















10:15-11:45

Panel 1A

AUTEURS
Room: ORB 1.23

Chair: Dr Gwenda Young, UCC
“Ragnarök Now: Moving Through the Interstices of Le temps du loup

Aidan Power (University College Cork)


“Bridging the Interstice between Coloniser and Colonised ‘in Glorious Technicolor’: Jean Renoir's The River (1951)”

Barry Nevin (National University of Ireland, Galway)




Panel 1B

EARLY CINEMA AND SOUND
Room: ORB 1.56

Chair: Dr Christopher Morris, UCC
“Sounds of Silence: A Comparative Study of Sunset Boulevard (1950) and The Artist (2011)”

Maria Wojdyło (University College Cork)


“From Silent Cinema to a Cinema of Silence”

Katherine Waugh (Filmmaker and Writer)


“And then the music composer joined the crew”

José Sánchez-Sanz (Universidad Europea de Madrid)




Panel 1C

TITLES AND SUBTITLES
Room: ORB G.41

Chair: Miranda Corcoran, UCC
“‘God Hates Fangs’: Southern Stereotypes in the Opening Credits of True Blood

Donna Maria Alexander (University College Cork)


“Subtitles, Foreignness and “the problem of universal appeal” of Film”

Dionysios Kapsaskis (University of Roehampton, London)


“Subtitling the Time-Image”

Niall Flynn (University College Cork)
















11:45-12:15

Coffee
Social Area, 1st Floor (Block B), O’Rahilly Building




















12:15-13:45

Panel 2A

DIRECTORS’ VISIONS
Room: ORB 1.23

Chair: Dr Barry Monahan, UCC
“Aestheticising the Interstice in Pedro Almodóvar’s The Skin I Live in (2011)”

Abigail Keating (University College Cork)


“Fictional Authenticity: Myth and Music in Gus Van Sant’s Last Days (2005)”

Jessica Shine (University College Cork)


“An Abject Masculine: Representations of Masculinity in the Films of Nicolas Winding Refn”

Aoife O’Connor (National University of Ireland, Galway)




Panel 2B

HIGH/LOW CULTURE
Room: ORB 1.56

Chair: Ian Murphy, UCC
“Gear Change: Nicholas Winding Refn’s Drive (2011) as Interstitial Cinema”

Deborah Mellamphy (University College Cork)


“Dracula in the Vanguard: The Unstable Spaces of Portabella's Cuadecuc, Vampir

Glenn Ward (University of Brighton)


Adaptation (2002) – In the Interstice of Classical and Modernist Cinema”

Steffen Hven (Bauhaus-Universitat)



Panel 2C

POPULAR CINEMA
Room: ORB 1.01

Chair: Dr Aidan Power, UCC
“Spectatorship in the Interstices: Complex Narratives and Inter-textuality in Contemporary Cinema”

Frances Pheasant-Kelly (University of Wolverhampton)


“From Wildfire to FUIs: The Special Effects of the Control Room, 1971-2011”

Cormac Deane (Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dublin)
















13:45-14:45

Lunch

Social Area, 1st Floor (Block B), O’Rahilly Building





















14:45-16:30

Panel 3A

FICTION/NONFICTION
Room: ORB 1.23

Chair: Dr Laura Rascaroli, UCC
“Reel Fiction?: An Analysis of the Italian Propaganda Film Camicia Nera (1933)”

Pierluigi Ercole (University College Cork)


“Interstices between Fiction and Documentary in Contemporary Cinema: En construcción and Foreign Part as a Case Study”

Fernando Canet (Polytechnic University of Valencia)


“Historical Films in the Interstices of Fiction and Documentary”

Claudia Bossay (Queen’s University Belfast)


“New Orleans after Katrina: Fiction and Nonfiction”

Delphine Letort (University of Le Mans)




Panel 3B

NATIONAL AND TRANSNATIONAL
Room: ORB 1.56

Chair: Donna Maria Alexander, UCC
“Picturing a National Coming-of-Age in Peter Carstairs’ September

Pauline Marsh (University of Tasmania)


“Performance and Affective Realism in Contemporary Brazilian Cinema”

Ramayana Lira (Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina Brazil and University of Leeds)


“From Here to Nowhere: Passages in Contemporary Brazilian Cinema”

Alessandra Brandão (Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina Brazil and University of Leeds)


“Transnational Cinema – Opportunities and Transgressions”

Kyle Barrett (University of the West of Scotland)



















16:30-17:00

Coffee

Social Area, 1st Floor (Block B), O’Rahilly Building






















17:00-18:30

Keynote Address 1
Room: Boole 1

Chair: Dr Laura Rascaroli, UCC


“The Film Spectator: A Special Memory”
Raymond Bellour (Director of Research Emeritus, CNRS)





















19:00

Alphaville Reception and Buffet at La Dolce Vita










Saturday 8 September 2012



10:00-11:30

Panel 4A

DIGITAL MEDIA
Room: ORB 1.23

Chair: Dr Deborah Mellamphy, UCC
Cinema's Most Recent 'Transitional Era' and Peter Kubelka’s Was ist Film? Project”

Daniel Fitzpatrick (National University of Ireland, Galway)
Interactive Spectatorship: Interactive-image and the Cinema Space”

Sarah Arnold (University College Falmouth)
Interactive Spectatorships: Incorporating Twitter as a Tool of Film Studies Pedagogy”

Dario Llinares (University College Falmouth)


Panel 4B

IMAGE AND INTERVAL
Room: ORB 1.56

Chair: Jessica Shine, UCC
Benjamin’s Optical Unconscious: The Motion in Photography as the Interstice of Cinematic Time”

Linda Bertelli (IMT Institute for Advanced Studies, Lucca)
Coming into Focus: The Vanishing Subject and the Revivifying Camera in The Strange Case of Angelica

Laura Sava (University of Warwick)
From Vacuity to Motion Pictures: The Cinematic Intervals”

Nawel Sebih (Université Paris Est)


Panel 4C

INTERTEXTUALITY
Room: ORB 1.01

Chair: Dr Pierluigi Ercole, UCC
The Go-Between: Modernist Theatre meets the Post-war Screen in the Filmmaking of Joseph Losey”

Peter Jameson (Queen’s University Belfast)
Juha in the Interstices - Intermediality and Intertextuality of Aki Kaurimäki's Film Juha

Zuzanna Kurlikowska (University of Jyväskylä, Finland, and Warsaw University)















11:30-12:00

Coffee

Social Area, 1st Floor (Block B), O’Rahilly Building






















12:00-13:45

Panel 5A

ESSAY FILM
Room: ORB 1.23

Chair: Dr Paula Blair, QUB
“Essayistic Thinking at the Junctures of Images: Arnaud des Pallières’s Drancy Avenir

Laura Rascaroli (University College Cork)


“Notes on Two Interstitial Images: Depictions of Christ by Manet and Cézanne in Histoire(s) du cinéma

Jill Murphy (University College Cork)


“Tracing the Past – Interstices between Past and Present in Henri-François Imberts’ No pasarán, album souvenir

Veronika Schweigl (University of Vienna)


“On Image Mixing Machines: The Relations between Parts

and Whole in a Sequence of Films taken out of Histoire(s)du cinéma

Inês Sapeta Dias (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)


Panel 5B

PRACTICE
Room: ORB 1.56

Chair: Dr Deborah Mellamphy, UCC
Everything is Everyday

Patrick Tarrant (London South Bank University)


“Interactive Narratives: Extending Narrative Perspectives”

Kelly McErlean (New Media Technology College, Dublin)


“Adapting the Orphans: New Interpretations and Interventions of Archival Public Information Films”

Jo Clements (University of Salford)


“Audiovisual Glitch as Interstitial Practice”

Ruth Alexandra Moran (Trinity College Dublin)


















13:45-15:00

Lunch

Social Area, 1st Floor (Block B), O’Rahilly Building





















15:00-16:30

Panel 6A

OPERA: NOW PLAYING AT A CINEMA NEAR YOU
Room: ORB 1.23

Chair: Dr Danijela Kulezic-Wilson, UCC
“Applauding the Screen: Opera, Spectatorship and Liveness in the Cinema”

Christopher Morris (University College Cork)


“A Night at the Opera … oh really?”

Paul Everett (University College Cork)


“The Met: Live in HD and the New Spectatorship: A Pedagogical Perspective”

Estelle Murphy (University College Cork)




Panel 6B

FILMMAKING IN IRELAND

Room: ORB 1.56

Chair: Dr Conn Holohan, NUIG
“Formal Hybridity and Representations of Emotion in the Recent Irish Cinema”

Jennie Carlsten (Queen’s University Belfast)


“Section 481: Is film relief torn between culture and economics and feeling like a fool?”

Maria O’Brien (Trinity College Dublin)


“Filming Ek Tha Tiger in Dublin: Bollywood, Community and Locality”

Giovanna Rampazzo (Dublin Institute of Technology)



Panel 6C

INTERMEDIALITY

Room: ORB 1.01

Chair: Michael Waldron, UCC
“‘Some Disturbance, Something Shifted, Revealed’: The Art Gallery as Interstice”

Paula Blair (Queen’s University Belfast)


“Sitting, Walking, Touching, Flying: Constantin Brâncuşiʼs Fluid Sculpture and his voie vers l’infini as viewed by Cristian Amza”

Jana Gavriliu (University of Bucharest)


“A Museum of Ekstasis: Film and the Experience of Transition”

Fay Hoolahan (Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London)
















16:30-17:00

Coffee

Social Area, 1st Floor (Block B), O’Rahilly Building






















17:00-18:30

Keynote Address 2
Room: Boole 1

Chair: Dr Gwenda Young, UCC


“Film Theory and Children: Truffaut and Erice”
Professor Angela Dalle Vacche (Georgia Institute of Technology)





















18:30

Alphaville Wine Reception

Social Area, 1st Floor (Block B), O’Rahilly Building












Sunday 9 September 2012



10:00-11:30

Panel 7A

TRANSMEDIA
Room: ORB 1.23

Chair: Abigail Keating, UCC
Between the Gaps and Across the Crevices:

Classical Hollywood, Superman, and the Historical Origins of

Transmedia Storytelling”

Matthew Freeman (University of Nottingham)
Exploiting Intermedia: Film, TV, and Tabloid in Santiago Segura’s Torrente 4 Lethal Crisis (2011)”

Luis Guadano (Old Dominion University)


Panel 7B

CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE
Room: ORB 1.56

Chair: Jill Murphy, UCC
Eyes that Touch: Haptic Form and Mimetic Contact in Claire Denis’ Vendredi soir

Ian Murphy (University College Cork)
The Moving Image and the Impossible Presence of Life”

Gert Jan Harkema (University of Groningen)










11:30-12:00

Coffee

Social Area, 1st Floor (Block B), O’Rahilly Building
















12:00-13:30

Panel 8A

ANIMATION
Room: ORB 1.23

Chair: Jessica Shine, UCC
“The Rebel of the Chinese School: Modernist Expression in A Da’s Animations”

Chen Yuanyuan (University College Cork)


In-between between Software and Image

Aylish Wood (University of Kent)


Changing Faces of Monkey King: Animated Images and Political Ghosts

Wang Keyue (Communication University of China, Beijing)




Panel 8B

SPACE AND PLACE
Room: ORB 1.56

Chair: Dr Barry Monahan, UCC
“Chantal Akerman’s From The Other Side (De l’autre côté, 2002): Interstitial Spaces In Geography and Genre”

Evgenia Giannouri (University of Lille 3)


“Fragile Utopia: Between a Rock and No-place in Ursula Meier's Home

Conn Holohan (National University of Ireland, Galway)


“Interstitial Narration in Eija-Liisa Ahtila’s Where is Where? (2008)”

Maria Walsh (Chelsea College of Art & Design)













13:30-14:45

Lunch and Conference Closing

Social Area, 1st Floor (Block B), O’Rahilly Building














Download 187.11 Kb.

Share with your friends:




The database is protected by copyright ©sckool.org 2020
send message

    Main page