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The Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Additional Professional Education «Academy of Media Industry»

The Department of Screenwriting

 The 2nd International Online Conference

“Images of Screen Culture: Cinema, Television and the New Media”,

January 28, 11am 8pm

 

 

Dear Colleagues!

We are happy to invite you to take part in The 2nd International Online Conference “Images of Screen Culture: Cinema, Television and the New Media” organized by the Department of Screenwriting of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Additional Professional Education “Academy of Media Industry” (Moscow, Russia).

The conference will deal with topical issues of Russian and international screen culture and screen arts and will cover a broad range of aesthetic, thematic and other issues related to strategies of representation in the traditional media (cinema and television) and the new media (social networks, streaming services, media art). The clue idea of the Conference is visual images, their construction, deconstruction, migration and reproduction in screen culture.

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It is planned to discuss issues within the following areas:

Film, television and the new media in cultural history

-Film Studies

-Cinema and social networks

-Cinema and virtual reality 

-Cinema and streaming media

-Screen images in media art

-Screen arts in the context of socio-cultural design

-Gender studies and screen culture

TV Series and Screen Culture

-Russian and international TV series: poetics, aesthetics, narration

-TV series – cinema – the new media and the problem of cross-cultural relationships

Screen Culture During the Pandemic

-A Problem of cultural initiatives (projects) in a lockdown

-Strategies for creating cultural and educational content by institutions in a lockdown

 

Languages of the Conference: Russian, English.

 

Participation format: 

Presentations (length – up to15 minutes). 

The 1800-3600-symbol texts (370-770 words) of the theses are to be e-mailed to kinoprocessor@gmail.com (subject: “Images of Screen Culture-2022”) by January 25, 2022.

Questions regarding the conference are to be sent by e-mail or asked by tel.: +79265379641, +79263527940.

Date and time: 28, 11am.-7pm.

Format: zoom platform (we will send you a link, a password and a login ID before the conference start).

 

Organizing committee

Maksim Kazyuchits, PhD (in philosophy) (Sergei Gerasimov All-Russian Institute of Cinematography (VGIK), Academy of Media Industry, Russia)

Nina Sputnitskaya, PhD (in art) (Sergei Gerasimov All-Russian Institute of Cinematography (VGIK), Academy of Media Industry, Russia)

Natalia Shimonova, PhD (in art) (Academy of Media Industry, Russia)

 

Program committee

Tatiana Vetrova, DS (in art) (VGIK, Russia)

Maksim Kazyuchits, PhD (in philosophy) (Sergei Gerasimov All-Russian Institute of Cinematography (VGIK), Academy of Media Industry, Russia)

Sergei Kapterev, PhD (in art) (VGIK, Russia)

Dmitry Karavaev, PhD (in art) (VGIK, Russia)

Garena Krasnova, PhD (in art) (State Central Film Museum, Russia)

Elena Nikolaeva, PhD (cultural studies) (Kosygin Russian State University, Russia)

Yana Parkhomenko, PhD (in art) (Academy of Media Industry, Russia)

Ekaterina Salnikova, DS (in cultural studies) (Research Institute of Art Studies, Russia)

Natalia Smolyanskaya, PhD (in philosophy) (HSE, Russia)

Nina Sputnitskaya, PhD (in art) (Sergei Gerasimov All-Russian Institute of Cinematography (VGIK), Academy of Media Industry, Russia)

Svetlana Urazova, DS (in philology) (Sergei Gerasimov All-Russian Institute of Cinematography (VGIK), Academy of Media Industry, Russia)

Marina Tsareva, PhD (in philology), translator of the highest category (Novaya Opera, Russia)

Nina Tsyrkun, DS (in art) (The Academic and Critical Journal Iskusstvo Kino, Russia)

SilvanaYarmolyuk-Stroganova, the President of the Coordinating Council of the Organizations of Russian Compatriots in Argentina (Argentina)

 

The site of the conference

https://telecinet.com/https-telecinet-com-images-of-screen-culture-2022/

 

 

The conference materials (the presentations’ full texts) will be published in the Telekinet academic journal https://telecinet.com/telekinet/

 

 

Virtual Program

 

Introductory remarks

10.45 AM

Yana Parkhomenko, PhD (in Art), Head of the Department of Screenwriting, Academy of Media Industry (Moscow, Russia)

 

Секция 1

11 AM-1.30 PM

Discutant — Nina Sputnitskaya

Ekaterina Salnikova, DS (in Cultural Studies), State Institute for Art Studies (Moscow, Russia)

«The Problem of the Border Between Serious / Not Serious in Cinema»

Andrey Andreev, PhD student, Academy of Media Industry (Moscow, Russia) 

«Soviet ‘Intelligent’ Personage. The Rhetoric of Elem Klimov’s Film Pokhozhdeniya Zubnogo Vracha«

Viktoriya Pluzhnik, MA, Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH) (Moscow, Russia)

«Intermedial Sensuality in M. Romm’s Film «I Vsyo-Taki Ya Veryu…»: On the Way To New Media»

Alexander Fedorov, DS (in Pedagogical Sciences), Rostov State University of Economics (Rostov-on-Don, Russia)

Anastasia Levitskaya, PhD (in Pedagogical Sciences), Taganrog Institute of Economics and Management (Taganrog, Russia)

«Theoretical Concepts of Film Studies in the Iskustvo Kino Magazine in the First Decade (1931-1941) of Its Publishing»

Mia Öhman, MA, doctoral candidate at The University of Helsinki (Helsinki, Finland).

«Cultural and ideological themes in the film «Sampo» (1958)»

Discussion

 

Natalia Shimonova, PhD (in Art), Academy of Media Industry (Moscow, Russia)

«Adaptation of Shakespeare’s Comedies and the Development of Musical Solutions in Soviet Cinema of the 1970s»

Maksim Kazyuchits, PhD (in Philosophy), Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) (Moscow, Russia)

«Constructing the Image of the Enemy in USA Documentaries of the 2010s»

Alexandra Tarasova, PhD (in History), Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH) (Moscow, Russia)

«Dramatic Series of South Korea: Key Trends in Narrative Creation»

Yana Parkhomenko, PhD (in Art), Media Industry (Moscow, Russia)

«How To Create a Cult Film/TV Series: Archetypal, Memetic and Fascination»

 

Discussion

 

1.30 PM – 2.00 PM Coffee break

 

Секция

Discutant — Natalia Shimonova

2.00 PM – 4.30 PM

Irina Zakharchenko, PhD (in History), Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH) (Moscow, Russia)

«Screen Technologies and Body Experience in Hans Belting’s Anthropology of Images»

Svetlana Lotsmanova, PhD student, Academy of Media Industry (Moscow, Russia)

«Strategies for the Practical Use of 3D Avatars in the Metaverse for the Art of the New Media»

Olga Razina, Associate Professor of the Television Department of the St. Petersburg State Institute of Cinema and Television (St. Petersburg, Russia)

«Cultural and Educational Telethon as an Alternative To a Cultural Event During a Pandemic. Experience in Creating a Special Project Russian Museum. 125 Years on the St. Petersburg TV channel«

Valeria Labusnaya, PhD student, Academy of Media Industry (Moscow, Russia)

«Aesthetics of Horror: An Analysis of the Poetics and Symbolism in Robert Eggers’ Film the Lighthouse«

Lyubov Goloto, PhD student, Academy of Media Industry (Moscow, Russia)

«Television Program Episodes: Traditions and Perspectives»

 

Discussion

 

Elena Petrushanskaya, PhD (in Art), State Institute for Art Studies (Moscow, Russia)

«Musical «Boosters» of Humor in Leonid Gaidai’s Films»

Nina Sputnitskaya, PhD (in Art), Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) (Moscow, Russia)

«Children’s Feature Films of the USSR of the 1930s: Names, Repertoire, Propaganda Strategies»

Aleksandra Shubina, PhD Student, Ohio State University (Columbus, USA)

«Re-Adaptation of One Visual Text of Soviet Children’s Culture: Alice Selezneva’s Journey from the USSR to the USA»

Marina Kazyuchits, MA, «Boarding school for students with disabilities» (Pushkino, Russia)
«Songs for children in modern Russian animation: pedagogical potential and aesthetic significance»

Yana Gordienko, PhD student, Academy of Media Industry (Moscow, Russia)

«A remake phenomenon of contemporary Russian animated series»

 

Discussion

 

4.30 PM – 5.00 PM Coffee break

 

Секция 3

5.00 PM – 8.00 PM

Discutant — Sergei Kapterev, PhD, Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) (Moscow, Russia)

Åsne Ø. Høgetveit, DS, UiT, the Arctic University of Norway (Tromsø, Norway)

«The Female Alien and the Post-Soviet Identity Crisis: Are We Going Crazy? (S Uma Soiti! 1994) «

Maria Redaelli, PhD. fellow, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Venice, Italy)

«Gore Ot Uma: Playing With Classic On the Screen»

Evdokia Nesterova, PhD (in Philology), Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) (Moscow, Russia)

«The Woman in White: Femininity, Power and Evil in the Futurological Film Discourse»

 

Discussion

 

Alexander Fedorov, DS (in Pedagogical Sciences), Rostov State University of Economics (Rostov-on-Don, Russia)

«The Image of Russia on Euronews«

Elena Nikolaeva, PhD (in Cultural Studies), Kosygin State University of

Russia (Moscow, Russia).

«Screen images in media art and artificial intelligence»

Daniel Paul Schwartz, McGill University (Montreal, Canada)

«As (Un)Seen from Space: Soviet Collapse and the Unwatchable in Andrej Ujică’s Out of the Present (1995) «

Maksim Kazyuchits, PhD (in Philosophy), Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) (Moscow, Russia)

«History of Art and a Multi Screen (Split Screen)»

 

Discussion

 

Conclusion