1 Feb 20105:00pm - 7:00pmCRASSH

Description

Graduate presentations:

 i. Neil Archer (Dept of French)
Between transnational cinema and tourist  cinema: the question of interpretation in Gela and Temur Babluani's Legacy

ii. Daniel Wolport (Department of German)
Film at Zero Hour: Time and Legitimacy in German 'Rubble-Film'

This event is part of the Screen Media Research Seminar series

Convenors:
Zyg Baranski
Piotr Cieplak
Matilda Mroz
 

The purpose of these seminars is to encourage as broad a debate as possible about 'screen media' (primarily film and TV) and the cultures in which they are embedded. 

Meetings are held on alternate Mondays during term-time, 5.15pm to 7.00pm at CRASSH.

 All welcome. No registration required.

CENTRE FOR RESEARCH IN THE ARTS, SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES

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