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Konference Screen Industries in East-Central Europe: 4. a 5. listopadu v Ponrepu

NFA ve spolupráci s Českou společností pro filmová studia a Filozofickou fakultou UK pořádají ve dnech 4. a 5. listopadu 2016 mezinárodní konferenci Screen Industries in East-Central Europe v kině Národního filmového archivu Ponrepo. Šestý ročník této akce má téma „The Long 1990s“  a je věnován fenoménu 90. let v umění a médiích. Vedle příspěvků na téma filmu, televize a videa bude probírána například též situace v hudbě, literatuře a počítačových hrách.

Vstup na konferenci je volný, konferenčním jazykem je angličtina.

Sixth Annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference:
The Long 1990s

4-5 November 2016,
National Film Archive, Ponrepo Cinema
Prague, Czech Republic
Conference attendance is free; the official language is English.
Conference venue-Ponrepo Cinema, Bartolomějská 11, Prague

Day 1: Friday 4 November

10:30 Welcome and Opening Remarks

11:00 Panel 1: Authors In-Between

Konrad Klejsa (Łódź University, Poland): Robert Gliński’s The Call of the Toad: A Case Study of Polish-German Co-Production

Radomír D. Kokeš (Masaryk University, Czech Republic): Directed by Jan Svěrák: Film Poetics in-between Czech Traditions and International Ambitions
Anna Batori (University of Glasgow, UK): The Wave of Visual Anomie: The Hungarian Black Series
Petr Bilík (Palacký University, Czech Republic): Cinematic Self-Reflections on the Status of Filmmakers after 1989

14:00 Panel 2: Decelerating a Media Change
Michał Pabiś-Orzeszyna (Łódź University, Poland): Strategies of Professionalization: Video Piracy Culture as Cinema Distribution Workshop
Jan Hanzlík (The University of Economics, Prague, Czech Republic): “We May Be on the Brink of a Revolution”: Marketing Multiplexes and Blockbusters in the Post-Socialist Czech Republic
Jindřiška Bláhová (Charles University, Czech Republic): Finding a Home for Video: Video in Late 1980s Czechoslovakia
Alexandru Matei (Lumina University, Bucharest, Romania): “Denouements” of Socialist Television: Romanian Television’s Exceptionalism in the 1980s and Its Consequences

16:00 Keynote 1

C. Michael Elavsky (The Pennsylvania State University, USA): Stepping Back to Look Forward: The Geography of Media Industries Research from (Its) Formations to (Our) Fields of Inquiry

17:45 Panel 3: Anachronistic Alternatives on the Free Market
Petr Bílek (Charles University, Czech Republic): “The Grande Bouffe”: The Upheaval and Collapse of the Czech Book Market as a Consequence of the Sudden Impact of a New Heteronomous Power
Miloš Hroch (Charles University, Czech Republic): News from the Front Lines: Hardcore Punk Fanzines as a Sign of Post-Revolution Samizdat
Tomáš Jirsa (Charles University, Czech Republic): Taming the 1990s: Dog Soldiers as an Emblem of Post-Underground Nostalgia
Jana Rogoff (Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany): Sound and History in Central and Eastern European Animated Film

Day 2: Saturday 5 November

9:30 Panel 4: Commerce – Exploitation – Porn

Balázs Varga (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary): The Politics of Post-Socialist Laughing: Central European Popular Cinema after the Fall of the Wall
Clarissa Smith (University of Sunderland, UK): National Pornographies: Politics, Tastes and Regulation
Antonín Tesař (Charles University, Czech Republic): As Long as It Was in Bad Taste: Czech Cinema of the 1990s as Exploitation

11:30 Keynote 2
Constantin Parvulescu (University of Navarra, Spain): Specters of
Europe in 1990s East-Central European Film

14:00 Panel 5: Gaming the ’90s
Jaroslav Švelch (Charles University, Czech Republic): Adventures in Everyday Spaces: Hyperlocal Computer Games in Post-1989 Czechoslovakia
Tamás Beregi (Hungarian National Film Fund): Lost in Evolution: The Transformation of the Hungarian Videogame Industry and Culture from the Late 1980s to the Late 1990s
Dominika Staszenko (Łódź University, Poland): Video Game Revolution: A Case Study of Polish Gaming Magazines in the ’90s

16:00 Panel 6: The Restructuring That Never Stopped
Claudiu Turcus (Babes-Bolyai University, Romania): Restructuring a Cinema That Didn’t Exist: The Romanian Film Industry of the 1990s
Marcin Adamczak (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland): Invisible Hand vs. Helping Hand: Rhetoric and Institutional Strategies in Polish Cinema, 1989-2005
Katarína Mišíková (Academy of Performing Arts, Slovakia): The Quandary of the In-Between Period: Representations of Political Change in Slovak Fiction Films of the Transitional Period 1990/91
Jana Dudková (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia): Debuting Slovak Directors of 1990s and Their Influence with Regard to International Mobility in Post-November Slovak Cinema
Lina Kaminskaitė-Jančorien (Vilnius University, Lithuania): (Post) Soviet Baltic Cinema in Transition: The Case of Lithuania
Respondent: Lucie Česálková (National Film Archive / Masaryk University, Czech Republic)