Speakers and Abstracts


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General Papers


Notes Towards a Cinema of Affective Tonality: The Role of the Senses in Producing a Cinematic Narrative
Matthew Hawkins, Coventry University

SCREEN AESTHETICS BEYOND FILM: FOLDS, CURVES AND REPETITIVE STRUCTURES
Saige Walton, The University of South Australia Samuel Harvey, The University of Melbourne Kate Warren, Monash University

Laughter and Collective Awareness. Constructing and Controlling the Public Space of the Audience
Julian Hanich, <p>Department of Arts, Culture and Media,</p><p>University of Groningen</p>

“Acinematic” Aesthetics: Movement and “Decomposition” according to Lyotard
Ulrike Hanstein, Bauhaus-Universit&auml;t Weimar

Cinematic Chronotopes
Pepita Hesselberth, Leiden University

Transmodal characteristics of sound and haptic aurality: creation of sound in film in the perspective of audiovisual perception.
Martine Huvenne, University College Ghent Associated researcher of University Ghent

Illocution Lessons: Uncertain afterimages of violence in Michael Haneke’s La Pianiste (2001)
Francesca Minnie Hardy, University of Cambridge

Superheroes, Stardom, and Digital Ontologies: Post-Humanism with a Human Face
Dan Alfred Hassler-Forest, University of Amsterdam

“New Soundtracks for Old Films: Repackaging, Reorienting, and Renegotiating”
Woodrow Hood, Wake Forest University

Violence as Philosophy in the Films of Claire Denis and Gaspar Noé
Kristin Hrehor, Ewha Womans University and Temple University

Shattered Dreams: Ramin Bahrani on the Role of Belief in Cinema
Matthew A Holtmeier, University of St Andrews

Re-considering subjectivity, memory and forced migration: Angela Melitopoulos’s Passing Drama
Brenda Hollweg, University of Leeds

Beyond film’s anthropocentrism: nonhuman worlds
Laura McMahon, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge Michael Lawrence, University of Sussex Chris Heppell, University of Aberdeen