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RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelThe return of the real: Realism and Everyday Life in Contemporary German-language Film
BeschreibungKing’s College London in association with the Goethe-Institut London

is delighted to announce the
German Screen Studies Network 1st National Symposium

THE RETURN OF THE REAL:
Realism and Everyday Life in Contemporary German-language Film

3-5 July 2013
King's College London, Strand Campus
Goethe-Institut London


The German Screen Studies Network (GSSN), established at King’s College London in autumn 2012, is delighted to announce an inaugural symposium exploring the realist turn in recent German-language film. Evident in tendencies including the minimalist filmmaking of the so-called ‘Berlin School’, and the ‘neo-neo-realism’ (Todd Herzog) of recent Austrian film, the ‘return of the real’ is explored in a postgraduate workshop (July 3) and inaugural symposium (July 4-5).

Both events are supported by the Goethe-Institut London, and represent the culmination of a three-month film season at the Goethe-Institut, May – July 2013.


The event is free of charge, but registration is essential. Registration forms available to download at

www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/german/eventrecords/2012-13/gssnsymposium.aspx

Please complete and return to martin.brady@kcl.ac.uk


The organizers wish to acknowledge the support of the Goethe-Institut, London; the Department of German, King’s College, London; and the Universities of Cambridge, Kent, Leeds and Surrey.



PROGRAMME (tentative - see our website for updates: www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/german/eventrecords/2012-13/gssnsymposium.aspx)


WEDNESDAY 3 JULY 2013 – Postgraduate Workshop (KCL S-3.18)

09.45-10.00 Welcome and Introduction

10.00-11.00 Keynote: John E. Davidson (Ohio State University):‘Bitomsky, Balázs, Bazin, and ReadyMade Realism’

11.00-11.15 COFFEE

11.15-12.30 Panel I
André Hammelmann (King's College London): ‘The contemporaneity of Siegfried Kracauer's film theory’
Madeleine Schmoll (University of Glasgow): ‘Exploring Critical Discourses in the Berlin School’
Stephan Hilpert (University of Cambridge): ‘“Du tanzt ja wie ein Grieche”: Performing Heimat in Christian Petzold’s Jerichow (2008) and Dreileben - Etwas Besseres als den Tod (2011)’

12.30-13.30 LUNCH (own arrangements)

13.30-15.15 Panel II
Elizabeth Ward (University of Leeds): ‘Picking up the Pieces: Kurt Maetzig’s Ehe im Schatten (1947)’
Rachel Green (University of Leeds): ‘Frightening Fathers in the Fatherland: An analysis of abusive paternal authority in Barbara Albert’s Nordrand (1999)’
Joanna Gilbert (University of Leeds): ‘Discourse, subversion and gender in Alexander Kluge's Abschied von Gestern (1966)’

15.15-15.30 COFFEE

15.30-16.45 Panel III
Leila Mukhida (University of Birmingham): ‘A principle of hope for the present: the 21st century Arbeiterfilm’
Maren Thom (Queen Mary, University of London): ‘Der Baader Meinhof Komplex (2008)’
Luke Postlethwaite (University of Leeds): ‘Defining Contemporary Berlin: The Vampiric Threat of Berlin’s Club Culture in Wir sind die Nacht (2010)’

16.45-17.15 Final discussion

17.15-19.00 SUPPER (own arrangements)

19.00-21.00 Goethe-Institut: Screening "Unter dir die Stadt" (The City Below, Christoph Hochhäusler 2010)


THURSDAY 4 JULY 2013 - Berliner Schule and Andreas Dresen (K-1.14 KCL)

09.00-09.30 Registration

09.30-10.00 Welcome and Introduction to the GSSN

10.00-11.15 Discussion: Unter dir die Stadt [André Hammelmann , Alasdair King]

11.15-11.30 COFFEE

11.30-13.00 Discussion: Barbara (Christian Petzold 2012) [Paul Cooke, Annie Ring, Andrew Webber and others]

13.00-14.00 LUNCH (provided)

14.00-15.45 Screening: Wolke Neun (Cloud Nine, Andreas Dresen 2008)

15.45-16.00 TEA

16.00-17.15 Discussion: Wolke Neun [Joanne Leal, Julian Preece]

17.15-19.00 SUPPER (own arrangements)

19.00-21.00 Goethe-Institut: Screening "Karger" (Elke Hauck, 2007), followed by Q & A with the director


FRIDAY 5 JULY 2013 - Fiction and Documentary (S-2.23 KCL)

09.45-11.00 Discussion: Karger [Nick Hodgin]

11.00-11.15 COFFEE

11.15-12.45 Screening: Abendland (Nikolaus Geyrhalter, 2011)

12.45-14.00 LUNCH (own arrangements)

14.00-15.15 Discussion: Abendland [Helen Hughes, Florian Lippert]

15.15-15.30 TEA

15.30-16.45 Discussion: Almanya – Willkommen in Deutschland (Yasemin Şamdereli 2011) [Daniela Berghahn]

16.45-18.00 Closing discussion and future plans (with wine)



All films screened are subtitled and discussions will be in English.
Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
Internetadressehttp://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/logbrowse.pl?trx=vx&list=H-Germanistik&mo...
VeranstaltungsortLondon
Beginn03.07.2013
Ende05.07.2013
PersonName: Dr Martin Brady 
Funktion: Koordinator 
E-Mail: martin.brady@kcl.ac.uk 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: King's College London, Department of German 
Strasse/Postfach: Strand 
Postleitzahl: WC2R 2LS 
Stadt: London 
Telefon: +44 (0)20 7848 2124 
E-Mail: martin.brady@kcl.ac.uk 
Internetadresse: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/artshums/depts/german/index.aspx 
LandGroßbritannien
SchlüsselbegriffeMedien- u. Kommunikationsgeschichte (Hand-, Druckschrift, Film, Rundfunk, Computerspiel usw.)
Klassifikation00.00.00 ohne thematische Zuordnung
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