Listen: free acclaimed international film series continues at Sarratt
International Lens, which uses film screenings as a forum to promote conversation in the diverse community of Vanderbilt and Nashville, is in its fifth semester on campus. All screenings are free and open to the public. International Lens has been named the best film series in Nashville by Nashville Scene film critic Jim Ridley.
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Tomorrow Got Here Yesterday
Last of four lectures exploring the relationship between creativity and commerce through the prism of late 20th and early 21st century TV fiction on both sides of the Atlantic.
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There are many approaches to using film music in the classroom, including: a focus on pupil experience; a focus on the structure of composition; a focus on the relationship between music and image.
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There are many approaches to using film music in the classroom, including: a focus on pupil experience; a focus on the structure of composition; a focus on the relationship between music and image.
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There are many approaches to using film music in the classroom, including: a focus on pupil experience; a focus on the structure of composition; a focus on the relationship between music and image.
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Abel Ferrara Book Launch: Adrian Martin

21st March 2008

'Abel Ferrara' Book Launch

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On the 21st of March Edward Colless launched Adrian Martin's translation of Nicole Brenez's Abel Ferrara (illinois University Press 2007). A crowd of friends and staff of Film and
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Under Construction: Gabrielle Murray

20th March 2008

Images of Torture, Images of Terror: Post 9/11 and the Escalation of Screen Violence

Gabrielle Murray (La Trobe)

David Edelstein, the New York Magazine film critic, commenting on the surge in extreme, prolonged graphic torture, abduction, rape and dismemberment in films such as The Devil’s Rejects, Saw, Wolf Creek and Hostel, dubbed the phenomenon “torture porn” (2006). The cur
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Under Construction: Claire Perkins

April 3rd 2008

Your Friends and Neighbours: Recent Suburban Utopias

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Claire Perkins (Monash)

In February 1998, UK film journal Sight and Sound reached the letter “U” in an “A-Z of Cinema” series and set out
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Under Construction: Adrian Martin

15 May 2008

Social Mise-en-scène: A New Idea in Film Analysis

Adrian Martin (Monash)

The idea of mise en scène has become a classic - meaning historic and traditional – tool in film analysis. Conceived as the ‘creative gesture’ par excellence, the director’s mise en scène (the positioning and moving of actors and camera in relation to an environment) has long been imlicitly or explicitly seen as a way for cinema to give ‘fo
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Provisional Insight Colloquium: Andrew Benjamin and Deane Williams

18th July 2009

Andrew Benjamin at the Provisional Insight colloquium

Denaturing Time

On a number of occasions in the texts that make up The Mass Ornament Kracauer is concerned to position modernity against nature. Rather than understanding this deve
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Provisional Insight Colloquium: Andrew Benjamin and Deane Williams

18th July 2009

Andrew Benjamin at the Provisional Insight colloquium

Denaturing Time

On a number of occasions in the texts that make up The Mass Ornament Kracauer is concerned to position modernity against nature. Rather than understanding this deve
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Provisional Insight Colloquium: Adrian Martin

18th July 2008

Adrian Martin at the Provisional Insight colloquium

Last Day Every Day: Figural Thinking in Auerbach, Kracauer, Benjamin and Some Others

In “A Philosophical Interpretation of Freud”, Paul Ricoeur (drawing upon Hegel) remarks: “The appropr
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Under Construction: James Curnow

31 July 2008

The Third Wave of Disaster: Science Fiction Cinema and the New Era of Anxiety

Photo: Restroom Signage by Marcin Wichary

Photo: Restroom Signage by Marcin Wichary

The science fiction disaster film has had sporadic success over the last 60 years, the peaks of which can be
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Under Construction: Tessa Dwyer

August 14, 2008

Slashing and Subtitles: Romanian Media Piracy, Censorship and Translation

Romanian California Dreaming

Based on research undertaken in collaboration with Romanian national Ioana Uricaru, this paper focuses on media piracy in pre-1989 com
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Under Construction: Sian Mitchell

September 11th 2008

A Historiography of Psychoanalytic Film in Hollywood, 1920-1960

Film Poster: Freud

This seminar looks at some of the films influenced by the introduction of psychoanalysis as a therapeutic practice to the United States in the e
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Under Construction: Belinda Smaill

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May 18th, 2009

Subjectivity and Emotion in Documentary Film

In the past documentary has been popularly perceived in ways that align it with education, science, history and other ‘discourses of sobriety’. This frame has never been adequate for concept
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Writing family history
A short introduction to this album.
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Understanding Cities
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Participatory development inaction
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A brief history of the future
Professor John Naughton of The Open University reveals some of the key players in the history of the internet, and explores some of the surprises it has sprung.
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