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October 2020, Week 2


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Subject Line: In Media Res – “Floating Cinemas”

This week on In Media Res: (Oct. 12- Oct. 16)

Here is the lineup:<>

Editor’s Notes: “Floating Cinemas: Screening Movies In, On, and Around the Water” by Tanya Goldman (New York University) & Jon Petrychyn (University of Waterloo)

Monday, October 12, 2020 – Paul S. Moore (Ryerson University) presents: “Show-boating and Race-baiting: Movies aboard the ‘Sunny South’.”

Tuesday, October 13, 2020 –Peter Lester (Brock University) presents: “Movie Nights at Sea: Canadian Naval Screenings During World War II.”

Wednesday October 14,  2020 – Leo Goldsmith (The New School) presents: “Time and Tide: Jon Rubin's Floating Cinema Project.”

Thursday, October 15, 2020- Carter Moulton (Northwestern) presents: “‘Are You Brave Enough?’: On Jaws and the Theming of Water.”

Friday, October 16, 2020- Lavinia Brydon (University of Kent) and Olu Jenzen (University of Brighton) presents: “Cinemas on Stilts: British Pleasure Piers and Pop-up Screenings.”

Theme week organized by Tanya Goldman (New York University) & Jon Petrychyn (University of Waterloo).

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Anthony Dannar

Graduate Teaching Associate/Ph.D. Student

Georgia State University

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