[SydPhil] 2nd Cinematic Thinking Workshop, UNSW Dec 14-16

helen goritsas helen.goritsas at filmmosaics.com
Fri Dec 7 15:32:06 AEDT 2012

Fabulous! Definitely is. 

Thank you,

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Sent: Friday, 7 December 2012 12:23 PM
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Subject: [SydPhil] 2nd Cinematic Thinking Workshop, UNSW Dec 14-16

Dear All,

The following event may be of interest.

2nd Cinematic Thinking: Film as Philosophy Workshop

Thinking Cinematically Before Deleuze

Lecture Theatre B, Robert Webster Building, University of New South
Wales, Kensington | December 14th-16th, 2012

Damian Cox, Bond University
Jean-Philippe Deranty, Macquarie University
Laura D’Olimpio, University of Notre Dame, Fremantle
Lisabeth During, Pratt Institute
Gregory Flaxman, University of North Carolina
Hamish Ford, University of Newcastle
Angelos Koutsourakis, University of New South Wales
Paul Macovaz, University of Sydney
Adrian Martin, Monash University
Mairéad Phillips, University of Melbourne
Richard Rushton, University of Lancaster
Robert Sinnerbrink, Macquarie University
Lisa Trahair, University of New South Wales
Julia Vassilieva, Monash University
Saige Walton, University of South Australia

Links to the Workshop Program and CT poster can be found below:



Film as Philosophy
Understanding Cinematic Thinking

2nd Workshop on Cinematic Thinking: Timetable

Friday Dec 14

11.00 Welcome

11.15 Damian Cox, ‘Plato and Eisenstein on the Significance of Montage’
12.15 Laura D’Olimpio, ‘Where is the place for the thinking viewer in
the cinema?’

1.15 Lunch

2.15 Gregg Flaxman, ‘The Spiritual Automaton: (or why we should learn
to stop worrying and love the passivity of the cinema)’

3.15 Afternoon tea

3.30 Julia Vassilieva, ‘Eisenstein/Vygotsky/Luria’s project’

Sat Dec 15

10.00 Lisabeth During, ‘Narrate or Describe? Film’s Struggle with Literature’

11.00 Morning tea

11.15 Lisa Trahair, ‘Being on the outside: Stanley Cavell’s world
viewed, cinematic automatism and Michael Haneke’s Caché’
12.15 Richard Rushton, ‘Cinematic judgment and universal communicability’

1.15 Lunch

2.00 Hamish Ford, ‘Film-Philosophy As Mutually Challenging Interface’
3.00 Afternoon tea
3.15 Angelos Koutsourakis, ‘Production versus Reproduction: Rethinking
Brecht and Film in a Period of Capitalist Crisis’

Sunday Dec 16
10.00 Robert Sinnerbrink, ‘Early Film-Philosophy: Observations and

11.00 Morning tea

11.15 Paul Macovaz, ‘Ricciotto Canudo : Cinema Art Language’

12.15 Jean-Philippe Deranty & Mairéad Phillips, ‘Breaking the spirals:
the visual dynamics of desire and money in the cinema of Max Ophüls’

1.15 Lunch

2.00 Saige Walton, ‘Of Flesh, Fabric, Folds: Merleau-Ponty, Raul Ruiz
and the New World Baroque’

3.00 Afternoon tea

3.15 Adrian Martin, ‘Roger Munier and His Heideggerian Vision of Cinema’
4.15 Cinematic Thinking Network: Future Directions

5.00 Drinks at the Doncaster


Dr Robert Sinnerbrink
Senior Lecturer, Department of Philosophy
Building W6A, Balaclava Rd
Macquarie University
North Ryde NSW 2109
Sydney, Australia

email: robert.sinnerbrink at mq.edu.au
Tel: +612 9850 9935
Fax: +612 9850 8892

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