UEL News: Parallax Views of Moving Image Practice [UPDATED]

UEL’s Moving Image Research Centre is holding a series of events presenting the work of UK-based artists, filmmakers, scholars and organisations. The first event, a one-day symposium, has been announced.

Parallax Views of Moving Image Practice

Moving Image Research Centre

Friday May 31st 2013 9.00am – 7.00pm

The Moving Image Research Centre at the University of East London is holding a one-day symposium – Parallax Views of Moving Image Practice – the first in a series of events presenting the work of UK-based artists, filmmakers, scholars and organisations.

Check the Facebook event here.

Organised and hosted by the Moving Image Research Centre (UEL), Parallax Views of Moving Image Practice is a one-day symposium presenting the practice of UK-based filmmakers, the research of scholars writing about moving image, and the work of organisations operating in this field.

Date and Time

Friday May 31st, 2013 10am – 7pm
The event is free but places are limited. RSVP to v.vitali@uel.ac.uk.

Confirmed speakers

William Brown – Filmmaker & theorist (University of Roehampton)
Rose Cupitt – Film London
Stuart Croft – Filmmaker (Royal College of Art)
Jill Daniels – Filmmaker (University of East London)
Steven Eastwood – Filmmaker (University of East London)
Maggie Ellis – Film London
Gareth Evans – Writer & Producer, founder Vertigo magazine
Charlotte Ginsborg – Filmmaker (Kingston University)
Anthea Kennedy – Filmmaker
Ruth McCullough – Abandon Normal Devices
Orson Nava – Filmmaker (University of East London)
Duncan Reekie – Filmmaker, founder of Exploding Cinema
Valentina Vitali – Film historian (University of East London)
Andrea Zimmerman – Filmmaker (Central St. Martins)

The Moving Image Research Centre was created as a platform for showing and discussing the work of UK-based artists, filmmakers, scholars and organisations working with the moving image. Operating in parallel with the university’s BA, MA and PhD programmes in film & video, the centre offers a unique context for interdisciplinary research, as well as artist residencies, a guest lecture series and a calendar of invited screenings.

Conference Programme

10.00 – 10.15 COFFEE.

10.15 – 11.30 PANEL 1: THE LONG FORM.
Rose Cupitt and Maggie Ellis (Film London), Ruth McCullough (Abandon Normal Devices), Stuart Croft (Royal College of Art), Chair: Steven Eastwood.

11.30 – 12.15 SCREENINGS.
The Stag Without a Heart (dir: Stuart Croft. 12:00 loop. 2010)
The Ramp (dir. Andrea Zimmerman. 5:00. 2010)
Stretching Out Flat (dir. Charlotte Ginsborg. 5:00. 2005)
Paradise (dir. Duncan Reekie. 17:00. 2013)

12.15 – 13.00 PICNIC LUNCH

13.00 – 14.15 PANEL 2: PSYCHOGEOGRAPHIES.
Duncan Reekie (Exploding Cinema), Jill Daniels (University of East London), Gareth Evans (producer, writer, founder Vertigo magazine), Chair: David Chapman.

14.15 – 15.30 PANEL 3: PARALLAX VIEWS.
William Brown (University of Roehampton), Valentina Vitali (University of East London), Steven Eastwood (University of East London), Chair: Jill Daniels.

15.30 – 16.00 COFFEE BREAK

16.00 – 18.00 PANEL 4: AUTHORS AND OTHERS (Screening extracts and discussion).
Charlotte Ginsborg (Kingston University), Orson Nava (University of East London), Andrea Zimmerman (Central St. Martins), Anthea Kennedy (filmmaker), Chair: Valentina Vitali.

18.00 – 19.00 DRINKS RECEPTION

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