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GRONINGEN - NETHERLANDS
International Conference on European Cinema 2004
R.Odin, M.Lagny, F.Kessler, I.Christie, A. Van den Oever, E. Poppe, E De Kuyper, P.Feenstra, D.Ostrowska, B. Van den Heusden,...
Program Day 1 - Symposium
Wednesday the 3rd of November 2004 – Film Theatre Images, Poelestraat 30
9.30 h Reception with coffee
10.00 h Welcome
Word of welcome by Prof. Dr. Martin Gosman, director, Research school in the humanities OGWG
Word of welcome by dr. Annie van den Oever
10.15 h Opening of the meetings by Philippe Hardy, Chair
Director of the Institut Français des Pays-Bas
10.25 h The pragmatic turn in Film Studies
Prof. dr. Roger Odin, em. prof. at Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle.
11.15 h Interview with prof. Odin
Annie van den Oever, University of Groningen
11.30 h Discussion
11.45 h Lunch
12.15 h Screening of La captive, 2000
Based on La Prisonnière by Marcel Proust (1871-1922), one of the novels of his lifework A la recherche du temps perdu.
Scenario by Eric de Kuyper, direction by Chantal Akerman
13.15 h Opening afternoon session by Thomas Michelon, Chair
Attaché culturel à l ‘Ambassade de France
13.20 h Between a rock and a hard place
Prof. dr. Ian Christie, Birkbeck College of London
Between a rock and a hard place: reflections on doing film history
after theory. From structuralism and ahistorical spectatorship to the
current ultra-empericism in the study of (early) cinema.
Referent: Prof. dr Frank Kessler, University of Utrecht
14.00 h The historian and the film
Prof. dr. Michèle Lagny, Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle
"The historian and the film: Theoretical problems posed by the use of film by historians. How films contribute to historical knowledge.”
Referent: Dr. Susan Aasman, University of Groningen
14.45 h Break
15.15 h – Conference
Eric de Kuyper on writing and making La Captive
″Remembering and Forgetting Proust. Adaptations for the screen and the
theatre of A la Recherche... ″
16.30 h Closing
Transference ceremony film collection donated by Stichting Vrienden van het Filmarchief, Nijmegen
A word of gratitude by Prof. dr. Liesbeth Korthals-Altes on behalf of RTC and KCM
22.00 h Opening of the French film festival Ciné Premières
Screening of Comme une image by Agnès Jaoui
ICEC WORKSHOP (ROUND TABLE)
Appropriation of concepts in Film Theory and Film Studies
(transatlantic) Appropriations of concepts from the fields of literature & linguistics to the fields of film studies and cultural studies
Grote Vergaderzaal, Oude Boteringestraat, University of Groningen
4th of November
9.15h: Coffee and registration
9.30h: Word of welcome
Annie van den Oever: Presentation of the outline of the project and of the day
Every session will provide time for both presenting papers (of about 20 minutes) and a discussion by all participants (of about ten minutes).
10.00h – 12.30h: First session - Chair: Roger Odin
Ian Christie: A reflection on the 70’s debate in the UK over Russian
Formalism / Brechtianism and ‘distanciation’
Annie van den Oever: The historical appropriation of Russian Formalist’s theoretical concepts within the context of Anglo-American New Criticism
Frank Kessler: Ostranenie and beyond: Ramifications of a concept
Barend van Heusden: Pregnance (‘Prägnanz’)
13.30-15.30h: Second session – Chair: Michèle Lagny
Emile Poppe: Film semiotics: our heritage
Dorota Ostrowska: Narrative in literature and cinema: Is structuralist film
criticism just a version of literary criticism?
Jan Simons: The reality game
Pietsie Feenstra: Reflections on European Film Theory: Almodóvar's Bodies
15.30-16.00h: Tea Break
16.00-17.00h: Session three: closing discussion
The closing debate will provide an opportunity for all to evaluate the day, and arrangements for publication and next year’s workshop will be made. For a first draft of this three year project, see below.
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