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PhD Students

Centre for Film and Screen

 

Emilija Talijan

 

Emilija Talijan is an AHRC-funded PhD candidate exploring the presence of noise in contemporary European art cinema.  Her project brings to the fore shifts in sensory connections, from viewing to listening, evident in contemporary film practice, and demonstrates how noise has been used by filmmakers to reflect on the political and social meanings that attach to different bodies.

Publications:

‘What utopia would feel like’: Lars von Trier’s Dancer in the Dark’, Screen, Volume 58, Issue 3, 1 September 2017, Pages 332–348,https://doi.org/10.1093/screen/hjx026

'Les Petits Bruits': Little Noises and Lower Volumes in Catherine Breillat's Romance (1999) and Anatomie de l'enfer (2004)', Studies in French Cinema, First View, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14715880.2017.1362824

Screenings and Events

Cambridge Film and Screen Studies Research Seminars, 2019-20

3 October 2019

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...