Hispanic Cinema Studies Now - A One-Day Symposium
Department of Hispanic Studies
Rochambeau House, 84 Prospect St
Friday May 2, 2014
9:15 Coffee and pastries available
10:00 Opening remarks
10:15 – 11:45 Conditions of Production
-Susan Martin Márquez, "Film Work, Factory Work: Transatlantic Exchange and 'Revolutionary' Revisions of Film Production and Reception"
-Paul Julian Smith, "The Audiovisual Field in Spain: Dispossession and Maladjusted Expectations"
12:00-1:30 Transnational Approaches
-Marvin D'Lugo, "Spanish Trans-Border Musical Narratives: the Case of Chico y Rita"
-Jordi Marí, "Tracing the Borders of Contemporary Spanish Horror"
1:30 Lunch provided for participants and attendees (with RSVP)
3:15 – 4:45 Sensory Readings
-Jo Labanyi, "Cinema and the Senses: Almodóvar's Volver"
-Kathleen Vernon, "Un/making Strange: Sound in the Films of Isabel Coixet and Lucrecia Martel"
5:00 Final Roundtable, reception to follow