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Symposium: “Sound and the Screen”

Das Symposium zum Thema wird am 20. November an der School of Film, Media and Design in London stattfinden.

Das volle Programm etc.folgt hier:

“SOUND AND THE SCREEN
A SYMPOSIUM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WEST LONDON
Hosted by the School of Film, Media and Design and the London College of
Music

Friday November 20th 2015
10.00am-6.00pm

University of West London
St. Mary’s Road
Ealing
London W5 5RF

http://www.uwl.ac.uk/about-us/our-location/ealing-site

In recent years the field of sound and screen studies has witnessed an
extraordinary growth. The emergence of specialist journals such as The
Soundtrack and Music, Sound and The Moving Image, as well as a notable
number of theorisations of sound itself, testify to a dynamic field of
enquiry, encompassing an extraordinary diversity of practices,
approaches, applications and theorisations. This event seeks to chart
contemporary debates and to explore future avenues in individual
disciplines as well as in the increasingly innovative interstices and
overlaps between fields of enquiry.

Symposium fee (payable on the day):
£45 (£25 for students/unwaged)
Fee includes refreshments, lunch and an evening drinks reception.

If you are interested in attending please email jeremy.strong@uwl.ac.uk
to register.

SCHEDULE

9.00-9.30 Registration (St. Mary’s Road entrance reception area)

9.30-10.00 Refreshments

10:00-11:00 Keynote 1 (WK.03.002)

Sandra Pauletto (University of York)
Title to be confirmed

11.00-12.45 Panel Session 1: Locations and dislocations of sound and
screen (WK.03.002)

Catalin Brylla (University of West London)
Blindness in the documentary form

Barbara Brownie (University of Hertfordshire)
The limitations of audio described striptease: how visually impaired
viewers are deprived opportunities for voyeurism

Isabelle Delmotte (University of Waikato, New Zealand)
Lions don’t always play cello: locating ‘nature’ in the soundscapes of
popular wildlife documentaries

Geoffrey Cox (University of Huddersfield)
‘Sounding and Resounding’ – planting sounds: poetry, feeling, place in
Tree People, the story of the Colne Valley Tree Society

12.45-1.45 Lunch

1.45-3.30 Panel Sessions 2 & 3

Panel 2: Sound affect (BY.01.021)

Lucy Donaldson (University of St. Andrews)
Feeling and Filmmaking: the design and affect of film sound

O. Emre Cagalyan (University of Kent, Canterbury)
Sound Design in Slow Cinema: ambience, absurd humour and the sound gag

Nick Redfern (Leeds Trinity University)
The time contour plot: graphical analysis of a film soundtrack

Anita Jorge (Université de Lorraine)
Liminal Soundscapes in Powell & Pressburger`s wartime films

Panel 3: Music and the screen (WK.03.002)

Xavier Bittar (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense)
The live capture of Depeche Mode with a thirteen year gap: how,
differently, D.A. Pennebaker and Anton Corbijn broke the codes of
representation of a pop music group

Ibrahim Er (University of Maryland)
A funnier Monk: rhetoric of music in TV series adaptations

Pam Myers (University of West London)
>From bladder stones to brand sound: how an 18th century viol composition is related to 21st century research on television viewing habits

3.30-4.00 Refreshments

4.00-5.00 Panel Session 4:  The sonorous gaze (William Barry Lecture
Theatre)

Robert Sholl (University of West London/Royal Academy of Music)
Arvo Pärt, American Beauty, and the sound of one hand clapping

Andy Birtwistle (Canterbury Christ Church University)
Electroacoustic composition and the British documentary tradition

5.00-6.00 Keynote 2 (William Barry Lecture Theatre)

John Cameron (Composer)
No composer is an island: multifaceted collaboration in a 360⁰ world

6.00 Wine reception”

 

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