“Digital Borders”: The Politics of Film Distribution in and Beyond Europe
Part of the of the Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures (CWCDC) Sadler Seminar Series ‘Cinema’s Past, Present and Future: A Changing Medium in an Uncertain Global Landscape’.
Date: 23-05-2018Time: 12:30 - 17:00
A PGR seminar, part of the of the Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures (CWCDC) Sadler Seminar Series Cinemas Past, Present and Future: A Changing Medium in an Uncertain Global Landscape. While digital technologies have facilitated films global distribution, geopolitical interests and initiatives present new challenges to films ability to cross borders. These include the EU digital single market, as well as the ideological construction of European, quality, and World cinema. In this seminar, we aim to develop our understanding of why some films and not others might be distributed in and beyond Europe. Featuring presentations from PGRs from and connected to the Centre, as well as a keynote talk from Dr Mark Betz (King's College London).
12:30 13:30 Lunch (provided)
13:30 14:00 Sovereign Visuality? Cultural Politics in Contemporary Russia through the Lens, Nathan Brand (+ Q&A)
14:00 - 14:30 Local Critique, Global Artworks: The Politics of Italian Festival Cinema, Rachel Johnson (+ Q&A)
14:30 14:40 Comfort break
15:10 15:40 The Shift of the Gaze in Casino Royale: A Negotiation by Dominant Masculinity, Itsna Dinurriyah (+ Q&A)
15:40 - 16:00 Coffee break
If you would like to attend the lunch, please register by Tuesday the 15th of May.