2019 Program: Across Screens and Borders

 

Please join us for an exciting program of seminars. Each session will take place at 5.15pm at UNSW Sydney in Room 327, Robert Webster Building unless otherwise stated.

Please also join us afterwards for refreshments and a discussion.

These seminars are free, and all are welcome.

 

 

Tues 5th March “Reading Comparatively within Neoliberal Governmentality”

Carl Reinecke (Cambridge)

Tues 26th March* “For Mature Audiences: Sexual violence &

Australian film classification in the 1990s”

Rachel Cole (USyd)

Tues 16th April “Rebuilding Women: Narrative and Identity [Re]construction

in Westworld and The Handmaid’s Tale”

Amy Boyle (UOW)

Tues 18th June UNSW Screen Studies Undergraduate Symposium
Tues 16th July* “Transition to the Japanese New Wave: From

“Humanism” to a Cinema of Subjectivity”

Luke Cromer (USyd)

Tues 6th August “Global Cinema and The Academy’s ‘Foreign Films’”

Guy Webster (Macquarie)

Tues 10th Sept^ “The Movie in the Living Room: Negotiating Production

and Reception in Cinematic Television”

Chris Comerford (UTS)

Tues 1st Oct “Terrifying Tough-Guy: Problematising the Luti

in Fereydoun Jeyrani’s Parkway”

Max Bledstein (UNSW)

Tues 22nd Oct “Borders in International Feature Film Co-production”

Essi Haukkamaa Judge (UOW)

 

*Location: Woolley Common Room, Uni. of Sydney

^ Details: Room TBC @ UTS, 5.45pm