2020 Undergraduate Symposium

In 2020 the SSSN ran its second Undergraduate Symposium featuring papers by Film Studies students at UNSW and Sydney University. In recognising the new and emerging voices of undergrad film students, the symposium explored the diverse approaches to screen studies across six five-minute papers on Zoom.

The discussions after each paper were chaired by the 2020 Undergraduate Representatives, Ashleigh Suoh and Victor Zhou.

The event was held on Zoom from 5.30-7pm.

Click here to see the video recording of the symposium.

Session 1 

Animated War Festival

Interactive virtual gallery

Art Gallery Program (please see link below)
Linsi Rui
(USyd)
D.E.F.A., the U.S.S.R and the G.D.R: An Analysis of East German Film Industry at the Zero Hour

Somewhere in Berlin (1946, access via Kanopy)
Jared Ziegler
(UNSW)
Heideggerian Cinema and a Defence of the Video EssayHarry Gay (USyd)

Session 2

Race & Place: How Culturally-Coded Settings in Horror Films Reflect our Fear of ViolenceCeline Cheung
(UNSW)
Sliced to Pieces: Adapting the Slasher from Film to TelevisionJames Topouzakis
(UNSW)
Breaking the First Rule: Mediations on Masculinity in Fight ClubSarah O’Keefe
(USyd)

Presenter’s Media

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