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Read more at: Peggy Ahwesh: Filmmaker in Residence
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Peggy Ahwesh: Filmmaker in Residence

Peggy Ahwesh Filmmaker in Residence Easter Term 2021 To register please sign up via the relevant google form (there is a separate form for each event as shown below). Confirmation and zoom sign-in information will be sent to registered participants at the start of the week of 17 May. Any queries may be directed to...


Read more at: Cambridge Film and Screen Studies Research Seminars, 2019-20

Cambridge Film and Screen Studies Research Seminars, 2019-20

Film and Screen Studies Research Seminar Series Centre for Film and Screen University of Cambridge Michaelmas Term 2019 17 October (Thursday) 5.15pm Chadwick Room, Selwyn College Charles Leavitt (University of Notre Dame) ‘A permanent stain? Race and Sex, Gender and Genre in Luigi Zampa's Campane a Martello ’ This event co...


Read more at: Ironies of Web 2.0
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Ironies of Web 2.0

Ironies of Web 2.0 Professor Damon Young Film & Screen Studies MPhil Conference Monday May 6th at 6pm in the McCrum Lecture Theatre, Corpus Christi College Keynote Lecture Contemporary media cultures evince a crisis of authorial perspective, experienced as a collapse of the distinction between sincerity and satire...


Read more at: Vertigo Effects: Film, Flight, and Simulation Sickness
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Vertigo Effects: Film, Flight, and Simulation Sickness

Vertigo Effects: Film, Flight, and Simulation Sickness Dr Patrick Ellis Georgia Institute of Technology 4pm, Wednesday 8th May 2019 McCrum Lecture Theatre, Corpus Christi College One of the first media pathologies associated with cinema was “camera sickness,” a vestibular malady that shared symptoms with other newly...


Read more at: Todd Solondz: Filmmaker in Residence 2019
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Todd Solondz: Filmmaker in Residence 2019

We are delighted to announce that the award-winning independent American filmmaker Todd Solondz will be at the Centre for Film and Screen in early May of the Easter Term, 2019. Solondz is one of the leading figures in what has come to be known as ‘independent cinema’—cinema produced outside the Hollywood studio system—a...


Read more at: Linda Ruth Williams, Visiting Professor of Film Studies

Linda Ruth Williams, Visiting Professor of Film Studies

It is with pleasure that we announce that Linda Ruth Williams will be at the Centre for Film and Screen during the Lent term (2019). She is with us thanks to a visiting fellowship at Corpus Christi College. She will be giving a talk in the Film and Screen Studies Research Seminar series on 6 March. Linda Ruth Williams is...


Read more at: Austrian Cinema essay prize won by MML Graduate Student
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Austrian Cinema essay prize won by MML Graduate Student

At the culmination of the successful Picturing Austrian Cinema Symposium, PhD student Rafael Dernbach was presented with the inaugural Austrian Film Institute Essay Prize by filmmaker Michael Haneke.


Read more at: "Foundational Films. Early Cinema and Modernity in Brazil"

"Foundational Films. Early Cinema and Modernity in Brazil"

MML's Dr Maite Conde celebrates the launch of her new book on 3rd October 2018 at the Brazilian Embassy in London


Read more at: Cambridge Film and Screen Studies Research Seminars, 2018-19

Cambridge Film and Screen Studies Research Seminars, 2018-19

Cambridge Film and Screen Studies Research Seminars, 2018-19 Lent 2019 All seminars are held at 5.15pm at the McCrum Lecture Theatre, Corpus Christi College 30 January Victor Fan (King’s College London) ‘Fey Mou: Cinematic Air and Suspended Imagination’ Session to be chaired by Susan Daruvala (There will be a screening of...


Read more at: Lucrecia Martel - Filmmaker in Residence
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Lucrecia Martel - Filmmaker in Residence

The Centre for Film and Screen at the University of Cambridge will be hosting Lucrecia Martel as Filmmaker in Residence, 5-20 May. Martel, who lives and works in Argentina, is one of international cinema’s major stylists. Her provocative films treat questions of family, childhood, sexuality, belonging, nation, class...