7. Lübeck Film Studies Colloquium

7th Lübeck Film Studies Colloquium

Friday 6 November 2010, 9.15 - 12.00

Online via Zoom (contact anders.marklund@litt.lu.se)

Anders Marklund (Lund University): Welcome and Introduction

Writing Film History
Pietari Kääpä (University of Warwick) & Tommy Gustafsson (Linneaus university, Växjö): Nordsploitation: New Approaches to Nordic Exploitation Film History

Tore Helseth (INN University, Lillehammer): To write a company history – The case of Norsk Film A/S

Claire Thompson (University College London): The/A/Some History? Editing Danish Cinema History in the Time of Culture Wars and Covid

New Documentary Forms and Approaches
Julia Leyda (NTNU, Trondheim): Scandinavian Slow TV       

Ilona Hongisto (NTNU, Trondheim): Documentary studies in transition

Revisiting the Past

Casper Tybjerg (University of Copenhagen): The First Danish Film Shows Revisited

Tobias Hochscherf (Kiel University & University of Flensburg): Goebbels’ Propagandists at Work: From Training the Film Elite at Home to Film Policy in Occupied Norway

Kimmo Laine (University of Turku): Intersecting Histories of Film and Television from the 1950s to the 1970s

Reconsidering Scholarly and Archival Traditions

Per Vesterlund (University of Gävle): “I really like your analysis, but what is your method?”: Tensions between scholarly traditions in media studies and cinema studies

Dagmar Brunow (Linneaus university, Växjö): Decolonising film heritage? Recognizing Nordic colonialism in digital collections

Concluding Discussions
Anders Marklund (Lund University): Musical Biopics and Documentaries

This and Next Year’s Nordic FIlm Studies Colloquium