Lecture Series 2013-2014

Concordia University

With Irene Rozsa, John Hunting and Trevor Mowchun, Masha Salazkina and Katarina Mihailovic, Marc Steinberg and Alain Chouinard, Veronica Pravadelli, D.N. Rodowick,  John MacKay and Raymond Bellour. 

Irene Rozsa (Concordia University) 
“Reconsidering Cuban Film Culture Sites and Institutions : from the Republican Period to the 1960’s.”
Oct 18, 14h30 room : EV 5,615
 
John Hunting and Trevor Mowchun 
(Dawson College and Concordia University) 
“Photography, Film and Their World Dependence.”
Nov 22, 16h00 room : EV 5,615
 
Masha Salazkina and Katarina Mihailovic
(Concordia University)
“Locating Yugoslav Film Criticism: Transnational Approaches to Film Culture.”
Nov 29, 16h00 room : EV 5,615
 
Marc Steinberg and Alain Chouinard 
(Concordia University)
“Digital Platforms and Play.”
Feb 7, 16h00 room : MB 2,270
 
D.N. Rodowick (University of Chicago)
Title TBA
Feb 28, 16h00 room : MB 3,270
 
Veronica Pravadelli  (Università degli Studi Roma Tre)
“Classical Hollywood Cinema and Film Studies: 
Historicizing Theory, Theorizing History.”
March 14, 16h00 room MB 2,270
 
John MacKay (Yale University)
“Dziga Vertov and the Saga of Professionalization in the USSR.”
March 28, 16h00 room MB 2,270
 
Raymond Bellour (CNRS) 
“On Cinema and Other Moving Images.”
April 4, 16h00 room MB 2,270

Conférences

Vendredi, Mars 14, 2014 - 16:00
Classical Hollywood cinema has been the key filmic form in shaping up Film Studies in the last 40 years or so. One can actually argue that the discipline itself has developed through the study of Hollywood cinema during the Studio Era. From Bellour’s semiotic-psychoanalytic approach to the theory of the “progressive text”, from Feminist Film Theory to Bordwell’s neo-formalist approach, etc.
Vendredi, Mars 28, 2014 - 16:00

John MacKay's talk: Dziga Vertov and the Paradoxes of a Revolutionary Materialist Film PracticeMarch 28, 16h, MB 2,270