From: Barbara G Renzi
Subject: CFP: Encountering Experimental Films (Ireland) (9/15/06; 12/15/06)
Apologies for multiple posting
Call For Papers
The Queen's University of Belfast will host
a postgraduate conference to take place on the 15th of December 2006
at Queen's University, Belfast
When can a film be labelled as experimental? Can a film be labelled as
experimental due to the material conditions under which it is viewed and not
for any of its production characteristics? Is there such a thing as an
experimental approach when we critically watch a film, even a 'classic'?
What kind of viewing strategies do we enact in order to experience and make
sense of experimental films?
Submissions should consist of an abstract (about 350 words), for a piece
with a reading time of around 20 minutes to allow for around the same amount
of time for discussion.
Submissions and requests for information to be sent to
scasini01(at)qub.ac.uk and b.g.renzi(at)qub.ac.uk
The final date for submissions will be the 15th September, 2006
The German Studies Call for Papers List
Editor: Stefani Engelstein
Assistant Editor: Megan McKinstry
Sponsored by the University of Missouri
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