Stretching the Screen

Schedule

 

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Time

Topic

Speakers 

11:15-12:00

Check-in, Coffee & Pastries

 

12:00- 12:15

Opening remarks

 

12:15-01:15

 

 

Panel # 1: National and Transnational Cinema

(part 1)

 A. Steffi Krause

(University of Passau, Germany)

Cross Media Attempts in Contemporary German TV and Film

B. Michael Gonzalez

(SFSU)

Maquilapolis: Challenging the Master Narrative of Globalization

01:15-02:15

Lunch

 

02:15- 03:15

 

Panel # 1: National and Transnational Cinema

(part 2)

 C. Rodrigo Sombra

(SFSU)

Cinematic Archeology: Crossing Boundaries of  Brazilian History and Native Indian Memories

D. Erez Genish

(SFSU)

The Gaps of the Unimaginable: Comparing Night and Fog with Waltz with Bashir

03:15-03:30

Break

 

03:30-05:00

Faculty Panel

Tarek Elhaik, Aaron Kerner, R. L. Rutsky

05:00-08:00

Reception

 

 

Friday, October 18

Time

Topic

Speakers 

10:00-10:30

Coffee & Pastries

 

10:30-12:00

 

 

Panel #2: Redefining Cinematic Techniques

 A. Alison Wielgus

(University of Iowa)

The Sounds of Cinephilia: Movie Dialogue as Rap Sample

B. Nicole LaJeunesse

(SFSU)

Color/Breakdown: Entering the Void

C. Andres Garcia Molina

(UC Berkeley)

Aguirre in the Jungle: Notions of Sound and Place

12:00-01:00

Lunch

 

01:00-02:30

 

Panel #3: Other Spaces

 A. Jonathan Petrychyn

(Memorial University of Newfoundland)

Sleeping With the Lights On: Discovered Footage, Factuality and Affect in Other Spaces

B. Manuel Betancourt

(Rutgers University)

Movie Fandom and Tennessee Williams's The Glass Menagerie

C. Kenneth Wee

(Grinnell College)

Framing the Frameless - Street Projection in an Architecture of Screens

 

02:30-03:00

 

Break

 

03:00-05:00

Keynote Presentation

Kriss Ravetto-Biagioli,
Associate Professor, Technocultural Studies
University of California, Davis

5:00– 8:00

Reception

 

 

Saturday, October 19

Time

Topic

Speakers 

10:00-10:30

Coffee & Pastries

 

10:30-12:00

 

 

Panel # 4: Beyond Film History

 A. Christina Corfield

(UC Santa Cruz)

Immersion and the Historical Encounter: Authenticity, Fictionality and History "In Your Face"

B. Lauren Kusnierz

(UT at Austin)

The Land of Misfit Films: Collecting Pornography and Sexploitation at the American Genre Film Archive

C. Daniel McKenna

(Carleton University)

Kinesthetic Impressions: Exhibiting the Vitality of Contemporary Animation

12:00-01:00

Lunch

 

01:00- 02:30

 

Panel # 5: Afterthoughts / New Perspectives / New Thoughts  

A. Benjamin Schultz-Figueroa

(UC Santa Cruz)

Hybrid Metaphors: On the Mixing of Animals, Language, and Media

B. Jeeshan Gazi

(University of Essex)

Deleuze, Bergson, and the Metaphysics of Film

C. Tess McClernon

(SFSU alumna)

"I want to talk about space...": Trans-medial Mourning in Andy Warhol's Outer and Inner Space (1965)

2:30

Closing Remarks