Regional Research Network in Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Cinema 'NEW CONTEXTS FOR SPANISH CINEMA'
|Dates:||7 November 2015|
|Times:||10:00 - 14:30|
|What is it:||Seminar|
|Organiser:||School of Arts, Languages and Cultures|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Current University students, General public|
This event, organised and funded by University of Manchester with Manchester Metropolitan University, is timed to coincide with the ¡Viva! New Spanish Cinema Weekender and brings together experts and audiences to share ideas on the rapidly changing contexts for Spanish cinema.
There is no charge, but places are limited: please contact Chris Perriam at firstname.lastname@example.org to pre-register by Wednesday 4 November.
For ¡Viva! Weekender details see: http://homemcr.org/event/viva-presents-new-spanish-cinema/
Venue: Room G6, Renold Building. Building 8: http://www.manchester.ac.uk/discover/maps/interactive-map/
10.00 Introduction by Chris Perriam (University of Manchester)
10.15 Carmen Herrero (Manchester Metropolitan University) 'When the 99% is the Other: the transformation of cultural practices in contemporary Spanish cinema’
10.45 Tom Whittaker (University of Liverpool) 'Noise and neoliberalism in the neoquinqui film'
11.15 Abigail Loxham (University of Manchester) 'Remediation, Intermediality and Dynamic Memories in El tren de la memoria (Marta Arribas and Ana Perez, 2005) and 30 an?os de oscuridad (Manuel H. Martin, 2012)'
11.45 Andy Willis (University of Salford) 'Nostalgia and Excess: Tracing recent tendencies in the contemporary Spanish horror film'
12.15 Duncan Wheeler (University of Leeds) 'Films on the Edge of A Musical Breakdown? Popular song on the Spanish stage and screen'
13.00 Lunch (own arrangements)
13.45 Round table discussion led by by Chris Perriam 14.30 Depart for HOME
The event is followed at 15.15 by a public lecture “LASA ETA ZABALA: OLD CONFLICTS AND NEW BASQUE CINEMA” by Professor Ann Davies (University of Stirling) at HOME, Whitworth Street/First Street, Manchester, M15 4FN. Tickets £4 from HOME box office via the link above or by phone on 0161 200 1500.
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