Saturday 8 February 10:15 - 17:30

The Nash Theatre (first floor, room K2.31)
Kings College London
Strand Campus
London
WC2R 2LS

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Girlhood & Contemporary French Cinema Studies Symposium

Film, Media & Entertainment

Girlhood & Contemporary French Cinema Studies Symposium

The BAFTSS French and Francophone Studies Special Interest Group invites you to attend a study day focused on recent trends in French and Francophone cinema, organised around Céline Sciamma'scult film Bande de Filles/Girlhood (2014). Leading scholars on French cinema from the UK and France will offer a variety of expert perspectives and methodological approaches to the film, and the day will culminate in a round table discussion. 

Programme

 

10.15               Registration opens

 

11.00               Introduction (Sue Harris & Ginette Vincendeau)

 

11.15 – 12.45  Panel One (chair: Carrie Tarr)

  • Régis Dubois – Safari on the Croisette: race and the reception of Girlhood in the French press 
  • Will Higbee – Race and class in Girlhood: an intersectional approach
  • Emma Wilson – Céline Sciamma and contemporary feminism

 

12.45 – 2         Lunch (supplied)

 

2.00 – 3.30      Panel Two (chair: Alastair Phillips)

  • Fiona Handyside – The Intimate Public of Girlhood: Transnational Cultures of Belonging (and Exclusion)
  • Frances Smith – ‘Le Teen Movie, c’est ma culture’: coming-of-age in Girlhood
  • Phil Powrie – Music in Girlhood

 

3.40 – 4.30      Round table (chair: Mary Harrod)

Sue Harris, Ginette Vincendeau, Martin O’Shaughnessy, Alastair Phillips, Belén Vidal 

                                    

4.30                 Wine reception

            

The event is free, but booking is advisable

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