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May 2005, Week 4


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Catherine Grant <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 27 May 2005 07:53:56 -0500
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University of Kent Annual Film Studies Symposium:

Adaptation, Intertextuality, and Interactivity in Film, Television and
Other Arts

Saturday 11th June 2005, 10am-5pm, Film Studies Department, School of
Drama, Film and Visual Arts, University of Kent (Grimond Lecture Theatre
3), Canterbury Campus. Entrance is free. There is no need to register. Just
come along on the day. If you require further information, including a
campus map, please email Catherine Grant ([log in to unmask])


10.00-10.30 –   Tea/coffee

10.30-11.00 – Marit Knollmueller (University of Kent): Intertextuality
                beyond Pastiche in Water Drops on Burning Rocks (François
                Ozon, 2000)’

11.00-12.00 –   Kamilla Elliott (Lancaster University): ‘Intermediary
                A)E(s)th(et)ics: The Rhetoric of Judgment on Literature and

12.00-1.15 - LUNCH BREAK

1.15-2.15   - Robert Stam (New York University): ‘The Theory and Practice
                of Adaptation’

2.15-3.30   - Su Holmes and Aylish Wood (University of Kent): ‘Beyond the
                Book: Emerging Interactivities - Film, Television
                and New Media’

3.30-3.45   - Tea/coffee

3.45-4.30   - Round Table: Respondent: Christine Geraghty (University of

This event has been organised by the University of Kent Research Group on
Adaptation, Intertextuality and Interactivity:
Sarah Cardwell, Catherine Grant, Su Holmes, Sarah Turner, and Aylish Wood

Invited participants:
Robert Stam, Professor of Film Studies, New York University;
Author of (among other books on adaptation, representation and film
theory): Literature Through Film: Realism, Magic and the Art of Adaptation
(Blackwell, 2004)

Kamilla Elliott, Lecturer in English Literature, Lancaster University:
Author of Rethinking the Novel/Film Debate (Cambridge UP, 2003)

Christine Geraghty, Professor in Film & Television Studies, University of
Glasgow, Author of British Cinema in the Fifties: Gender, Genre and
the ‘New Look’ (Routledge, 2000)

This is the latest in a series of annual Film Studies symposia held at Kent
since 1998 (previous keynote speakers have included David Bordwell, Kristin
Thompson,Victor Perkins, Steve Neale and Richard Allen).

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