SCRIF research seminars 2015: Film / History / Heritage

The Sheffield Centre for Research in Film is hosting a series of film
research seminars this year on Film / History / Heritage.

The first set of seminars  showcase the current research of
SCRIF members. ALL WELCOME.

Thursday 26th February @ 5.30pm
Sue Vice and David Forrest (University of Sheffield)
‘The writer as filmic auteur: the case of Barry Hines’

Thursday 12th March @ 5.30pm
Ana Maria Sanchez-Arce (Sheffield Hallam University)
‘Frivolity and Terrorism: Pedro Almodovar, Historical Memory and the Spanish
Film Tradition’

Thursday 23rd April @ 5.30pm
Julia Dobson (University of Sheffield)
‘Capturing the moment: time, intimacy and the image in Dominique Cabrera’s
“Grandir”/Happy Days (2013)’

Thursday 7th May @5.30pm
Jonathan Ellis (University of Sheffield)
‘”Don’t Look Back”: History and Time in Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood”‘

 The venue for all these events will be the ground floor social space (formerly
room G.03) of the Jessop West Building. Do come and join us. If you have any
queries please feel free to contact us:

Julia Dobson and Jonathan Rayner
Co-directors of SCRIF

j.dobson@shef.ac.uk (0114 2222877)
j.r.rayner@shef.ac.uk (0114 2228457)

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