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March 1995, Week 2


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Susan Denker <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 8 Mar 1995 19:39:36 CST
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----------------------------Original message----------------------------
 I would welcome a discussion on this conference even if I'm stuck in
America on Screen-L. Please feel free to broaden our horizons.
 By the way, did anyone watch the African films on Cinemax last month.
Want to discuss them? I think the breadth of vision in these films makes
Hollywood look like it is stuck peeking through a keyhole into a soupcan
with a mirror at the bottom of the can.
 Susan Denker
 Tufts Univ./Museum School
 Boston U.S.A.
On Tue, 7 Mar 1995, Eoin O Mahony, sociology PG wrote:
> ----------------------------Original message----------------------------
> Ok so attempting to censor anyone is a terrible thing to do. Talk
> about anything you want to (it is not up to me to say this, of
> course). What I really meant to say was that the Europeans who
> subscribe to this should take part more. To this end, Trinity
> College, Dublin (Sociology dept.) in association with the 10th Annual
> Dublin Film Festival are holding a two day conference on the TCD
> campus on the subject of the Holocaust and film-making. Beginning on
> the 13th of March and ending the following day, the 14th themes to be
> discussed include the Manichean certainty of "Schindler's List" and
> representations of the victim after the events. All details to
> [log in to unmask] Cheers,
> Eoin O Mahony,
> F310 UCD,
> Belfield, Dublin 4,