Prof Iordanova gave talks and a doctoral masterclass in Melbourne.
PhD student, Shruti Narayaswamy recognised at the 2019 Domitor Student Essay Competition.
Prof Iordanova has programmed a sidebar on visual anthropologist Asen Balikci (1929-2019), who taught at UQAM and worked trans-nationally in the Canadian Arctic, Afghanistan, Siberia and the Himalayas.
Professor Iordanova moderated the women’s film festival panel, with participants from Spain, Belgium, Taiwan and China.
In conjunction with the St Andrews Photography Festival, Professor Michael Cowan has curated a new exhibition: Tracing Movement: Locomotion Study, Photography and the Emergence of Cinema.
For the 2019 Giornate del Cinema Muto, Professor Cowan is curating, in collaboration with Professor Anton Kaes (UC-Berkeley), a film series entitled Weimar Shorts.
Professor Cowan has been elected for a three-year term to the steering committee of NECS: the European Network for Cinema and Media Studies.
Film Studies’ Fall 2019 Speaker Series is now scheduled with the following talks and events. More details will follow, all of which will be posted on the Department events page.
The IGCCC will host be a screening Santi Vina (Thavi Na Bangchang (‘Marut’), 1954). Considered lost for almost 60 years, the first Thai film shot on 35mm in colour has been found and restored.
The acclaimed sound duo Herschel 36 provide a live accompaniment of experimental soundscapes that breathe new life into a classic Weimar-eraprecursor to Cosmos, Wunder der Schöpfung (1926)