Category: Event

Remediation, Memory, Trauma: Preposterous History in They Shall Not Grow Old – Seminar by Professor Robert Burgoyne

“In this presentation, I argue that They Shall Not Grow Old offers a parallel track of memory references within the film itself, a shadow narrative that emerges for the viewer who is familiar with heightened moments of psychic extremity depicted in the history of the war film. The experience of psychological trauma is registered not …

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Chinese Audio-Visual Cultures: The Interaction between China and the Rest of the World

This symposium, hosted by the Centre for International Film Research under the Film department at Southampton, will explore the transnational relationship China has with other territories globally, exploring how technological innovations, aesthetics and such have influenced and traversed internationally. The event is organised by a group of PhD students in Film Studies at Southampton (Yuan …

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Film Research Seminar

New Blood in Contemporary Cinema: Women Directors and the Poetics of Horror Professor Patricia Pisters, our speaker, is a Professor of Media Studies with specialization in Film Studies from the University of Amsterdam. She gave this seminar online on 10 November 2020 to a large number of attendees from all over the globe. Since the …

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Film Research Seminar

Jill Craigie: Documentary, Realism and Histories of British Cinema Professor Yvonne Tasker, our speaker, is Professor of Media and Communications at the University of Leeds. She gave this seminar on 3 November 2020 online to a large number of attendees from all over the globe. This session will draw from an ongoing AHRC research project …

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Film Research Seminar

Film as Data: A Note on Behavioral Science and the Moving Image Professor Vinzenz Hediger, our speaker, Professor of Film Studies at Goethe-Universit├Ąt Frankfurt am Main. He gave this seminar online on 20 October 2020 to a large number of attendees from all over the globe. This contribution looks at the use of film in …

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