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Graduate Film Studies Colloquium

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Laurence Olivier in Hamlet
3132 Tawes Hall
Friday, April 29, 2016 - 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
The Graduate Film Studies Colloquium is a one-credit course that meets a few times each semester to allow graduate students and faculty to discuss issues related to cinema. This is an excellent opportunity to meet colleagues who are interested in the study of film from across different campus disciplines.
 
If you are a graduate student from any discipline with an interest in cinema, please consider enrolling. The course code is SLLC798M/CMLT788M.
 
Dr. Mauro Resmini will lead the colloquium this semester, with a theme of “Post-Cinema". Graduate students from all disciplines are strongly encouraged to register, although grad students and faculty are welcome to attend without registration. 
 
The colloquium will address theorizations of the current state of cinema as a medium. Among the topics that we will discuss are: the advent of the digital and the question of medium specificity, the supposed death of cinema and its afterlife, and the rise of globalized filmic forms.
 
The colloquium will meet Fridays from 2-4 on 1/29, 2/12, 2/26, 4/08, and 4/29 in 3132 Tawes Hall. 
 
You may access the readings here. If you are unable to access the readings, please contact Arielle L. LaBrecque.
 

(Image Credit: Two Cities. Laurence Olivier In Hamlet (1948). Web. 29 Jan. 2016).