Speakers and Abstracts


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Keynote Speakers


About an Organology of Dreams: After an Organisation of Dreams
Bernard Stiegler, University of Technology of Compiègne Goldsmiths, University of London

Philosophical Issues in Early Film Theory
Francesco Casetti, Yale University

The Diagrammatic and the "real that is yet to come...": Is a Philosophy of Production Studies Possible?
Damian Sutton, Middlesex University

On Energy and Moving Images: Simone Weil and French Political Cinema
Libby Saxton, Queen Mary, University of London

General Papers


The Tragedy of the Object: Democracy of Vision and the Terrorism of Things in André Bazin’s Nonhuman Cinema
John Mullarkey, Kingston University

Cinema of Liberation: Enrique Dussel, ethics, film-philosophy.
David Martin-Jones, UUniversity of St Andrews

What constitutes a cinematic event?
William John Robert Campbell Brown, Roehampton University

Queer(ing) Film Phenomenology
Katharina Lindner, University of Stirling

Biutiful Babel: Post-secularist ethics in the films of Alejandro González Iñárritu
Robert Sinnerbrink, Philosophy, Macquarie University

Sur mes lèvres, deafness, embodiment: towards a film phenomenology of a differently ordered sensorium
Jenny Chamarette, Lecturer in French Cinema School of Modern Languages University of Leicester

Beyond the Theological Spectacle
Morgan Marie Adamson, ACLS New Faculty Fellow, Program in Art of the Moving Image at Duke University (Beginning July 2012)

Sublime Sensation: Black Swan
Tarja Laine, University of Amsterdam

An Exploration of Temporality, Subjectivity and Death in 'Moon'
Ruth McPhee, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge

Stiegler and Film/Philosophy
Patrick Crogan, University of the West of England, Bristol Ben Roberts, University of Bradford Marcel Swiboda, University of Leeds

Panel: 'The Earth is evil': The Ethics, Depths, and Image of Melancholia
Felicity J Colman, Manchester Metropolitan University Richard Rushton, University of Lancaster Scott Wilson, Kingston University

Supercalifragilisticexpiali-Dasein! Celebrating Being-in-the-World in 'Mary Poppins'
Alexander Sergeant, King's College London

Dogtooth and the Tyranny of the Paternal Metaphor
Ben Tyrer, King's College London

Authorship, Adaptation and the Decline of the French New Wave
Douglas Morrey, University of Warwick

Manifesting Nostalgia
Jessica Doyle, Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts

La-bas: the suspended image and the politics of anti-messianism
Chrysanthi Nigianni, University of East London

SONG AS A CONDUIT TO SENSATION IN CINEMA
Josie McDonough, NEWCASTLE UNIVERSITY

‘Sound, Intimacy and Ethics in Lynne Ramsay’s We’ve Got to Talk About Kevin’ (2011)
Philippa Lovatt, University of Glasgow

The Neglect of the Aesthetic in Film Theory's Phenomenological Turn
Dr. Daniel Yacavone, University of Edinburgh

Metallurgy of the Subject
Dean Kenning, fContemporary Art Research Centre, Kingston University

The Saying and the Sound: Chaplin's The Great Dictator and the Connection between Language and War in the Work of Emmanuel Levinas
Moshe Shai Rachmuth, vrUniversity of Oregon

Film as Phantasm: Nietzsche’s Stoicism and the Belief in Cinema in Dogville
Rebecca Longtin, Department of Philosophy, Emory University, Atlanta GA

Rethinking authorship: re-reading Egoyan via Hitchcock
Fiona Handyside, University of EXETER

“Ding Dong The Witch is Dead”: The Celebratory Death Scene
Elena Woolley, <p>King's College London.</p>

Frozen in Time: Temporality and Affect in "Melancholia"
Ulrike Hanstein, Bauhaus-Universit&auml;t Weimar

Info-Subjectivity
Hsin-I Lin, National Chiao Tung University ,Institute of Applied Arts,1001 University Road, Hsinchu, Taiwan 300, ROC

Explication of Schopenhauer’s ideas in Maderna’s Schopenhauer and Campbell’s Green Lantern – between the ethics and metaphysics
Atanaska Georgieva Cholakova, South-West University, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria

Grasping at the Intangible: A Phenomenology of Digital Abstraction in Bret Battey’s Sinus Aestum (2009)
Lilly Husbands, Film Studies, King's College London

Hitchcock and Issues of Point of View
James Zborowski, University of Hull James MacDowell Lucy Fife Donaldson, University of St Andrews<br />

The Therapeutic Philosophy of Christopher Nolan
Emma Bell, University of Brighton Vincent M. Gaine, University of East Anglia Rupert Read, University of East Anglia

Cinematic Gardens as an Epistemological and Ethical Argument – „Certain Gardens are described as retreats when they are really attacks.“
Nina Gerlach, University of Basel/Switzerland NCCR Iconic Criticism/Eikones

Encountering the Other in Dans ma peau
Kathleen Elizabeth Scott, University of St Andrews

The 4th unspoken horror of 24 Hour Psycho, or thinking Meillassoux’s ‘dia-chronic statement’ film-philosophically
Andy Weir, Goldsmiths College, University of London

Bataille and Film: Sovereignty, Laughter and the Gift of Death
Erin K Stapleton, Kingston University<br /> Anthony Faramelli, Kingston University Alice L Rekab, Goldsmiths University, London

An art of the past, present and future: archive in Susana de Sousa Dias’s 48
Susana Viegas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Loving transformations in Wim Wenders’ Wings of Desire
Eran Guter, Yezreel Valley College

Walter Benjamin’s Poetics of Cinematic Experience: Materialist Darstellung as a philosophical language
Naveen Kanalu, University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, Nice and Johann Wolfagang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main

THE VERY EARLY MOVING IMAGE AND THE SUBLIME IMPACT OF TIME
Gert Jan Harkema, University of Groningen

(Ex)treme Cinema: Sensing the Incredible
Jiaying Sim, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

“Film Came After Lightening”: Stanley Cavell and Film as the Rediscovery of Philosophy
Niklas Forsberg, Department of Philosophy, Uppsala University

Re-sponsibility: A Levinasian Approach to Waltz with Bashir
Orna Dvora Raviv, Tel Aviv University, School of Philosophy

"Queering the maternal in Francois Ozon's Le Temps qui reste (2005)"
Sarah Forgacs, King's College London

Time and Temporality in Recent Hispanic Cinema
Belén Vidal, <p>King's College London</p><p>&nbsp;</p> Tom Whittaker, University of Liverpool Steven Marsh, University of Illinois at Chicago

The Gambling Image
Adriano D'Aloia, Universit&agrave; Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan

Gazing at Girls: Gender and Performance in Siegfried Kracauer’s “Das Ornament der Masse”
Summer Renault-Steele, Villanova University

4D cinema and 'immersive' spectatorship
Liz Roberts, University of Exeter

Between Scepticism and the Fantastic. Scepticist Thought Experiments in Contemporary Mainstream Cinema
Philipp Schmerheim, Universiteit van Amsterdam (Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis)

What is a birdified nature?
Luiz-Felipe Guimarães Soares, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), Brazil

Hitchcock and the Heterotopic
Mark Laurence Jackson, Auckland University of Technology

A Question of Listening: Nancean Resonance, Return and Relation in Charlie Chaplin
Carrie Giunta, University of Dundee

Levinas’s Ethics in the Feminine: How do you Solve a Problem Like Maria?
Elisha Foust, Royal Holloway, University of London

“Why I am so Clever”; Myopic Philosophy (a video-essay)
Trine Riel, Copenhagen University

Creaturely philosophy: Kathy High’s video essayistic explorations of interspecies collaboration
Brenda Hollweg, University of Leeds

A Philosophical Examination of Religion in Film
John David Adams, University of Liverpool

The Spider-Man Schism: Aporia and the Loss of 'God' in Ingmar Bergman’s ‘Through a Glass Darkly’
Ashvin Immanuel Devasundaram, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh

Possible Ends: Suicide and Grace in Jansenist Narrative Cinema
David Heinemann, Middlesex University

Watching Others Die: Dying at Grace (2003), Spectatorship and the Ethics of Being Moved
Michele Aaron, University of Birmingham

Hitchcock’s queer doubles
Ramayana Lira de Sousa, <p>Universidade do Sul de Santa Catarina - Brazil</p><p>University of Leeds - UK</p>

Film Heterogeneity and Categorical Transgression: From Metz to Derrida
Rea Wallden, Athens School of Fine Arts<br />

Systems philosophy and film
Maria Poulaki, University of Amsterdam

‘Violence and the poetics of (un)heimlich space in Let the Right One In’
Evy Varsamopoulou, University of Cyprus

Doubt
Nara Marques Soares, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Florian&oacute;polis - Brasil

Panel: Abjection and Infection
Antonio Marcio Da Silva, Birkbeck University of London Graham John Matthews, Newcastle University

Kevin Lynch, Henri Bergson and the Image of the Cinematic City
Alex Pavey, Department of English Language and Literature, University College London

Thanathology in Film Studies
Olga A Kyrylova, Kyiv National Pedagogical University n.a. M.P.Dragomanov

Cinematic time, the ecology of screens and the objective memory of technics in Pixar’s WALL-E (2008).
Norman Taylor, UWE

Rhythms of the psyche: Feeling and form in Beau travail
Ian Patrick Murphy, University College Cork

Panel: Revisiting Christian Metz.
Dominique Chateau, Universit&eacute; Paris I, Panth&eacute;on Sorbonne Martin Lefebvre, Concordia University Annie van den Oever, University of Groningen Anna Backman Rogers, <div>University of Groningen</div>

Man and Nature in Arne Sucksdorff’s The Great Adventure (1953)
Elena Von Kassel

Curiosity in Morvern Callar
Liz Watkins, University of Leeds