[Filmfestivalresearch] Article on Film Festivals
jmfrodon at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 17:57:09 CEST 2016
I do share Dina's enthusiasm for your text. In includes several engaging
proposals and the necessary balance between accepted definition and
understanding of actual processes that are not so frequent in what we read.
I sre would like to watch "Dear Kim". And I understand you even better
having attended with pleasure Kerala festival.
Professeur associé à Sciences-Po Paris
Membre du comité pédagogique de SPEAP
Professorial Fellow, University of St. Andrews. Scotland
Professor of Global Cinema and Creative Cultures, IGCCC
2016-06-23 6:25 GMT+02:00 Dina Iordanova <dina.iordanova at st-andrews.ac.uk>:
> This is an impressive article, thank you for sending it to the list,
> It is one of the rare cases where ideological matters are made central for
> the investigation of a festival's politics and a debate of this sort is
> discussed polemically.
> I so very much like to see more of this type of work, especially as we
> have got a range of festivals that have been geared politically in a very
> similar way and yet we do not have solid studies of these (with a few
> exceptions, e.g. Caroline Moine's work).
> And, of course, there is nothing surprising in Zanussi's betrayal -- this
> is the sad state of affairs in many post-communist countries, and of
> course Poland is an extreme example of reactionary fundamentalism (I also
> wondered on the basis of what would Zanussi qualify as the most important
> post-war Polish director -- a standing that he lost in his own country a
> long time ago).
> Dina Iordanova FRSA
> Professor of Global Cinema and Creative Cultures
> Director, Institute for Global Cinema and Creative Cultures (IGCCC)
> Publisher, St Andrews Film Studies
> University of St Andrews, Scotland
> On 22/06/2016 03:19, "Ratheesh Radhakrishnan"
> <ratheesh.radhakrishnan at gmail.com> wrote:
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