That’s Entertainment 08/9

That’s Entertainment!
Conferenza internazionale – Bologna, 7-8-9 settembre 2017


  • Krin GABBARD (Columbia University): La La Land Is a Hit. But Is It Good for Jazz?
  • David ROCHE (Université de Toulouse II – Jean Jourès): The Bitter Politics of Audio-visual Metafiction in the Digital Age
  • Hervé MAYER (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre): Debating the War on Terror in Entertainment Cinema: The Politics of Spectacle in Batman v Superman
  • Celestino DELEYTO (Universidad de Zaragoza): Land of Wolves: The Spectacle of the Border/The Border as Entertainment in Sicario
  • Zachary BAQUÉ (Université de Toulouse II – Jean Jaurès): Film Documentary, Government Propaganda, and Entertainment: The Case of Lorentz’s Films of Merit
  • Costanza SALVI (Independent Scholar): Crooners & Cowboys: How 1930s American Sensibility Was Shaped by Vocal Tracks
  • Silvia VACIRCA (Università di Roma La Sapienza, Richmond University): They Had Faces: Max Factor and the Making of the Star Close-up in 1930s Hollywood
  • Penny STARFIELD (Université de Caen Normandie): Re-creating the West: Robert Altman’s Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull’s History Lesson(1976)
  • Lucio SPAZIANTE (Università di Bologna): The Role of Audiovisuals in Building the Pop Celebrities’ Identities
  • Céline MURILLO (Université Sorbonne Paris Cité): TV Party and Social(ist) Events in No Wave Films
  • Alessandra CHIARINI (Università di Bologna): Excitingly Different and Disquieting Unusual: Entertainment and the Incredibly Strange Culture
  • Jean-François BAILLON (Université Bordeaux-Montaigne): The World Is a Stage: Entertainment, Spectacle, and Mike Leigh’s Discourse of Class
  • Isabelle LE CORFF (Université de Bretagne Occidentale): British Nonsense and the Culture of Recreation in Film
  • Kristian FEIGELSON (Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle): Post-Bollywood: Entertainment Through Globalization?

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