Reframing the Archive: Conference & Screening Schedule – Registration open!

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Thursday 22 June

Location: Khalili Lecture Theatre

18.30                        Film Screening

Golden Slumbers, dir. by Davy Chou (Vycky Films, 2011)

Followed by a Q&A with the director

20.30                        Wine Reception

Friday 23 June

Location: B102, Brunei Gallery Building

09.00                        Registration

09.30                        Welcome and Announcements

09:45                        Panel 1: Representation and Reception

Charmaine Toh (University of Melbourne)

The Photographic Archive as Strategy: Robert Zhao and The Bizarre Honour

Piers Masterson (Independent)

Vong Phaophanit’s Fragments (1990) Reconsidered

Sandeep Ray (Rice University)

Dismantling the Picturesque: Non-Fiction Propaganda Film from the Netherlands East Indies

11:00                        Coffee Break

11:15                         Keynote Lecture: Erika Tan (Central Saint Martins)

12:00                        Lunch

Additional Screening: Nguyễn Trinh Thi, Vietnam the Movie, 47 mins, 2016.

13:15                        Panel 2: History, Memory, Amnesia

Cristina Juan (SOAS, University of London)

A Retelling of History: Exercises in Re-Narrativizing Forms

Loredana Pazzini-Paracciani (Independent)

Vietnam the Movie: Resituating Images in Postcolonial Mainstream and Art Cinema

Renato Loriga (Independent)

Filling the Void: The (An) Archive as a Postcolonial Resource in the Movies of Raya Martin and John Torres

Eric Galmard (University of Strasbourg)

Re-Appropriating History: Fiction and Real/False Archives in Ebolusyon ng isang pamilyang Pilipino by Lav Diaz (2004)

14:45                        Coffee Break

15:15                        Panel 3: (Im)material Traces

Chairat Polmuk (Cornell University)

Transitory Splendour: Preambles on a Buddhist Archival Impulse in Post-Cold War Southeast Asia

Darcie DeAngelo (McGill University)

Non-Existent Photographs, Unanswerable Questions and Unspeakable Things: Depictions in Cambodia

Emiko Stock (Cornell University)

Moving Images: Archiving the “Difficult To Picture”

16:30                        Keynote Lecture: May Adadol Ingawanij (University of Westminster)

Anocha Suwichakornpong’s By the Time It Gets Dark

17:45                        Concluding Remarks

18:00                        End of Conference


Location: Khalili Lecture Theatre

18:30                        Film Screening

By the Time it Gets Dark, dir. by Anocha Suwichakornpong (Electric Eel Productions, 2016)

19:45                        End of Film

Conference Programme and Schedule