ADELAIDE WORKSHOP PROGRAMME, April 29th

10.00-10.30: Registration

10.30–10.50:  Start of proceedings: Welcome by Prof. Graham Tulloch, Dean of School of Humanities, Flinders University Introduction: William Hope (University of Salford): A New Italian Political Cinema? Global Perspectives (in English)

10.50 – 11.30: Session One: Susanna Scarparo (Monash University) & Bernadette Luciano (University of Auckland): Reframing Italy: The New Wave of Italian Women Filmmakers (in English)

11.30-11.50: Refreshments 1

1.50–12.50: Session Two: Conversation with the writer/director Filippo Ticozzi • Filippo Ticozzi: Il mio lavoro (in Italian – interpreting available, if needed) • Screening of Dall’altra parte della strada (2010, 30 mins., Italian with English subtitles) • Q&As in Italian and/or English (interpreting provided)

12.50-1.50: Lunch

1.50–2.50: Session Three: • Piera Carroli (ANU): Roberta Torre’s Mare nero: 21st Century’s Politics of the Body – Back to Mannequins? (in Italian) • Luciana d’Arcangeli (Flinders University): Donne di Mafia cambiano (in Italian) • Stefano Bona (Flinders University): La stella che non c’e’ by Gianni Amelio – Italy, globalisation and the re-discovery of different cultures (in Italian)

2.50-3.10: Refreshments 3.10–4.10:

Session Four: • William Hope (The University of Salford): Sabina Guzzanti – Political Opposition Through Cinematic Expression (in English) • Lara Palombo (Macquarie University): Framing Diasporic and Transnational Women’s Lives: Entering in a dialogue with Fistful of Flies, Looking for Alibrandi and La Spagnola (in English) • Sally Hill (Victoria University of Wellington): Images of Disability in Contemporary Italian Cinema (in English)

4.10-4.20: Closing Remarks

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