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Programme “Tuer les pères: femmes derrière la caméra dans les films de famille” 9 Décembre 2019, Paris

Tuer les pères : femmes derrière la caméra dans les films de famille

9 Décembre 2019

Maison de la Recherche, salle Athéna
4, rue des Irlandais Paris 5e

Programme:

9h15:  Mot des organisatrices Beatriz Rodovalho et Giuseppina Sapio

9h30: Introduction de Guillaume Soulez (directeur de l’IRCAV) et Sébastien Layerle (directeur adjoint) 

9h45—10h15
Roger Odin (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle): Paroles d’un père cinéaste amateur
Introduction et modération du débat par Laurence Allard (IRCAV-Université Sorbonne Nouvelle/Université de Lille) 

Keynote 1, 10h15—11h
Alice Cati (Université Catholique de Milan)
Women and Genealogy: Kinship, Female Imaginary and Family Images 

11h—11h15
Échange avec la salle. Modération par Giuseppina Sapio (LERASS-Université Jean Jaurès/IRCAV- Université Sorbonne Nouvelle) 

Keynote 2, 11h30—12h15
Annamaria Motrescu-Mayes (Université de Cambridge)
Resisting gendering while domesticating the male gaze: British women amateur filmmakers, 1930-1960s

12h15—12h30
Échange avec la salle. Modération par Beatriz Rodovalho (IRCAV-Université Sorbonne Nouvelle) 

14h—14h30
Giuseppina Sapio (LERASS-Université Jean Jaurès/IRCAV-Université Sorbonne Nouvelle)
Femmes et films de famille: assujettissement, subjectivation et profanation

14h30—15h
Susan Aasman (Université de Groningen) et Tom Slootweg (Université d’Utrecht) Resisting the Father’s Gaze and Voice: Fatherhood and Video 

15h—15h30
Beatriz Rodovalho (IRCAV-Université Sorbonne Nouvelle) Films Out of the Closet : in Search of Lesbian Home Movies

15h30—15h45
Échange avec la salle. Modération par Clara Schulmann (École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris) 

16h—16h30
Katharina Müller, Stefanie Zingl, Sandra Ladwig (Film Museum, Vienne) Amateurinnen. Sur la perte de contrôle comme la meilleure façon de tuer les pères 

16h30—17h
Marta Alvarez (Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté)
Questionner les représentations: réappropriations de films de famille dans le documentaire espagnol contemporain

17h—17h30
Agnès Le Courtois O’Martins et Claude Bossion (Cinémémoire) Femmes cinéastes amateur dans la collection de Cinémémoire 

17h30—17h45
Échange avec la salle. Modération par Valérie Vignaux (LASLAR/Université de Caen) 

17h45—18h Conclusion 

20h Projection du film Un’ora sola ti vorrei (2002) en présence de la cinéaste Alina Marazzi au Cinéma « Le Lucernaire » (53 Rue Notre Dame des Champs, 75006 Paris). Débat animé par Teresa Castro (IRCAV-Université Sorbonne Nouvelle).

Info: http://www.univ-paris3.fr/tuer-les-peres-femmes-derriere-la-camera-dans-les-films-de-famille-587372.kjsp

Home Movie Day and Night: The 24-Hour Marathon, webcast, October 27, 2019

Home Movie Day and Night: The 24-Hour Marathon (webcast): home movies selected from every time zone and compiled alongside live presentations and comments from around the world …

cfp and launch of ZINES – an international Journal of Amateur and DIY Media (2020)

Please see Zines

Workgroup ‘Amateur Media Cultures’

Convened by Alexander Stark, Alexandra Schneider, Yvonne Zimmermann and Tim van der Heijden, the workgroup is part of the NECS – European Network for Cinema and Media Studies. Further details are available here

Abstracts: ‘Amateur Practices and Technologies of Vision’ Conference (Milano, May 2019)

The ‘Amateur Practices and Technologies of Vision’ Conference has been convened by Luisella Farinotti, Associate Professor of Film Studies and Cinema Aesthetics at the International University of Languages and Media, Milan, in collaboration with Elena Gipponi and Chiara Grizzaffi, 23-24 May 2019. The event has been very well received and offered a rare opportunity for debates about amateur media and social and ethical engagements.


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26 May 2019: Straight 8 Competition, London.

She Straight 8 Competition in London will include the following films:

an inorganic love story – lizzy mansfield

autonomat – anne fidler and declan hurley

babli – aneel ahmad

horse play – hansel rodrigues

memoirs of a geeza – theo james krekis

nature hunter – roger batteault

rumours – ollie birt

the honey bee – conor o’hagan, will skelton, archie blue

a kiss (is just a kiss) – georgia williams

blue murder – alex sultoon

…is the thing with feathers – jeneffa soldatic

letter to anne – bensdorfer kreis

new hat – james ruse

pink yoga mat – rose hendry

repent – candice nachman

switch – desiree faust & stefana brancastle

the immortality of the crab – giacomo manzotti

the perception of time – casey hennessy

there can only be one – max r lincoln

venus – rachel ramsay

walnuts – jere kittle

welcome home – nick kovacic

what a cab – jake kuhn

where is my friend – tian chen, emilio muniz martinez, nick nason

wine comes in at the mouth – wilex

‘Amateur Practices and Technologies of Vision’ Conference, Milano, May 23-24, 2019

The Department of Communication, Arts and Media at the Università IULM is hosting the ‘Amateur Practices and Technologies of Vision’ Conference on May 23-24, in Milano.

For additional information see  Amateur Practices_Program

 

‘The witchery of [colour] Kodakery’ and British women amateur filmmakers in late colonial period

See the latest blog published by The Eastmancolor Revolution and British Cinema project (1955-85) .

New publication: Amateur Media and Participatory Cultures…

New publication: Amateur Media and Participatory Cultures. Film, Video, and Digital Media by Annamaria Motrescu-Mayes and Susan Aasman (Routledge, 2019)

This book aims to delineate the boundary line between today’s amateur media practice and the canons of professional media and film practice. Identifying various feasible interpretative frameworks, from historical to anthropological perspectives, the volume proposes a critical language able to cope with amateur and new media’s rapid technological and interpretative developments. Building on key research questions and content analysis in media and communication studies, the authors have assessed differences between professional and amateur media productions based on the ways in which the ‘originators’ of an image have been influenced by, or have challenged, their context of production. This proposes that technical skills, degrees of staging and/or censoring visual information, and patterns in media socialisation define central differences between professional and amateur media production, distribution and consumption. The book’s methodical and interdisciplinary approach provides valuable insights into the ways in which visual priming, cultural experiences and memory-building are currently shaped, stored and redistributed across new media technologies and visual channels.

Reviews:

‘As one of the founders of this new field of research, I can vouch that we’ve been all waiting for this type of book on amateur media. The authors have carefully considered the last decades of research done on the theme of amateur media practice, from home movie making to digital and online productions, and raised pertinent theoretical issues as well as opened new research avenues. A timely and important book.’ Professor Roger Odin, Emeritus Professor of Information Sciences and Communication at Paris 3 – Sorbonne Nouvelle.

‘This fiercely original book widens amateur media cartographies by recalibrating with interdisciplinary methodologies, global visualities, and participatory media platforms. It insists amateurism is not marginal, but ubiquitous as its variegated practices migrate across histories, ethics, counter histories, archives, technologies. A massively significant, daring, rigorous, and field-changing intervention into amateur media studies.’ Patricia R. Zimmermann, Professor of Screen Studies, Ithaca College, USA.

More information is available here.

EUP on British history and amateur media

See Edinburgh University Press blog about ‘British Women Amateur Filmmakers

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