Sydney Screen Studies Network Symposium, 2015

The 2015 Symposium was held in the School of Arts and Media, UNSW Australia on 1 December 2015.

Miro Bilbrough (WSU) What Does Emotional Time Look, Sound, and Feel Like in Film?

Klara Bruveris (UNSW) Sojourner Cinema: Global Dialogues in Contemporary Latvian Film

Emily Chandler (UNSW) “Loving and Cruel, All at the Same Time”: Girlhood Identity in The Craft

Ben Chapman (WSU) What’s So Special About Wolf Creek?

Adam Daniel (WSU) Here and There: Consciousness and Corporeality in the Worlds of Malick’s Cinema

Jessica Ford (UNSW) Situating Orange is the New Black: Race, Feminism and Privilege in the Age of ‘Quality Television’

Kate Jinx (UNSW) You Can’t Tell Just By Looking

Tara McLennan (UTS) Your Timeline Starts Here: Networked Smartphone Photography of the Newborn and the Dead

Ava Laure Parsemain (UNSW) Empire and the Pedagogy of ‘Bad TV’

Melanie Robson (UNSW) “How Can One See History?”: Re-Staging History Through the Long Take in Russian Ark

Rodney Wallis (UNSW) The Man Who Knows Nazis: Inglorious Basterds as Frontier Myth

Eliza Waterhouse (USyd) War in the Middle East: Imaginative Geographies of Conflict and Mona Hatoum’s Measures of Distance

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