Thursday, August 27, 2015

Postcolonial Film and Lectures series 2015-2016

The Postcolonial Studies Initiative is happy to announce its new film and lectures series. 
The series are organized annually and invites all interested in our European postcolonial present and the representation of its political, cultural and aesthetic realities and challenges. 

PCI Film Series 2015-2016 

The film series will take place every third Tuesday of the month, starting with September until April.

LocationDrift 21, room 032
Time: 19.15-21.30                                         

September 15

Those who feel the fire burning (Morgan Knibbe, NL, 2014)
Introduced by Christine Quinan
With the special presence of film director Morgan Knibbe for Q&A.
October 20
Fitzcarraldo (Werner Herzog, Germany, 1982)
Introduced by Kari Driscoll
November 17
Besouro (João Daniel Tikhomiroff, Brazil, 2009)
Introduced by Edward Akintola Hubbard
December 15
Timbuktu (Abderrahmane Sissako, France/Mauritania, 2014)
Introduced by Domitilla Olivieri
January 12
The missing picture (Rithy Panh, Cambodia, 2014)
Introduced by Sandra Ponzanesi
February 16
Aferim! (Radu Jude, Romania, 2015)
Introduced by Laura Candidatu
March 15
Drone (Tonje Hessen Schei, Norway, 2014)
Introduced by Doro Wiese
April 19
The Act of Killing (Joshua Oppenheimer, Indonesia, 2013) Introduced by Susanne Knittel

PCI Lecture Series, Fall 2015

October 9

Writing Transcultural Adoption
John McLeod (University of Leeds, UK)
October 13
Discursive Mangroves in the Contemporary Caribbean Imaginary
Odile Ferly (Clark University, USA)
November 17
Ghost Cities and Ruin Lust
Christoph Lindner (University of Amsterdam, NL)

For more information about the screenings and lectures, please check under Agenda: