Dial S for Screen Studies, 2018

In 2018 the SSSN Symposium gained a new identity: Dial S for Screen Studies. The first Dial S for Screen Studies was held at the School of Arts and Media, UNSW Australia on 12-13 December 2018.

The 2018 keynote was Karen Pearlman (MU) Creative practice, cognition and feminist film histories

Craig Batty (UTS) The screenwriting PhD: How candidates articulate the screenplay as a contribution to knowledge

Craig Batty and Bettina Frankham (UTS) Exploring a new era of screen production research: Laying foundations of engagement and impact

Amy Boyle (UOW) “Nolite te bastardes carborundorum, bitches”: The Handsmaid’s Tale as transmedia feminism

Renée Brack (UTS/SAE) Scripting for screen and space: How alternative exhibition formats such as Virtual Reality are impacting poetic documentary

Max Bledstein (UNSW) Queering the gaze: ‘Visual pleasure’ in Todd Haynes’s Carol

Megan Carrigy (NYU) Collisions, cinematic virtual reality and Sundance’s new frontier

Adam Daniel (UWS) Like flowers in water: The cine-writing of Shane Carruth

Cedric van Eenoo Screening: &

Cedric van Eenoo An Image Story

Gregory Ferris (UTS) Embodiment and Empathy in VR

Jessica Ford (UON) Television authorship and feminism in Sharp Objects (2018)

Dave Hare (DKU) Expanding the Menu – D3D Uptake

Laura Henderson (UOM) The animated body knows no limits: Analysing kinesthetic empathy in Satoshi Kon’s Paprika

Alison Horbury (UOM) Utility and sovereignty in (quality) television aesthetics: The case of Killing Eve

Zach Karpinellison (UNSW) The ideologically aligned spectator: Censorship and change in Hollywood films released in China

Charu Maithani (UNSW) Screening operations: Considering the gestures of screens

Sharon Jane Mee (UNSW) in response to Henderson and Peng

Move in Pictures Screenings: Experiment 1b: Newton (2017); Etty (2017)

Timothy Laurie (UTS) On narrative capture: Rescripting K-pop masculinities in Korean action cinema

Holly Lyons (AFTRS) The Science of Pitching Workshop

Parichay Patra (BITS Pilani) Transnational cinema studies and interdisciplinarity: A South Asian intervention

Erin Pearson (UEA) Situating stars: Publicity, place, and the indie stardom of Chlöe Sevigny

Zhenzhu Peng (UQ) Two approaches to cinematic emotions: Cognitive film theory and reception

Luke Robinson (UNSW) A site of, and for, horror: the disappearing face in the Hollywood crime film

Melanie Robson (UNSW) Interrogating singleshot Film

Carey Ryan (Griffith Film School) Empathy is the devil: Employing conventions and themes of early cinema in contemporary practice

Nicole Talmacs (XJTLU) Australian-Chinese film exchange and collaboration: Concern and Challenges

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