référence : http://listes.cru.fr/arc/mascarene/1998-10/msg00040.html

Programme--Cornell French and Francophone Cinematic Futures Conference timothy murray (by way of Andre G. Bourassa)

	The Second Annual French Festival

	Presented by The French Studies Program
	in collaboration with
	Cornell Cinema and The Society for the Humanities
	at Cornell University


	A conference of film screenings and analyses
	November 5-7, 1998

Thursday, November 5
	4:30 p.m.	Hollis E. Cornell Auditorium, Goldwin Smith Hall
	 		Welcoming Remarks, Timothy Murray (Cornell University)

			Plenary Speaker, Raymond Bellour (CNRS, Paris)
			"Memories, `Immemory'"

	 9:30 p.m.	Cornell Cinema, Willard Straight Theatre
			Screening, Merzak Allouache, Salut Cousin!
(France, 		Algeria, Belgium, 			Luxembourg,

Friday, November 6	All events will be held at Cornell Cinema, Willard
	Straight Theatre

	 9:00 a.m.	Moderator, Nelly Furman (Cornell University)
			Réda Bensmaïa (Brown University)
			"Salut Cousin! or the New Figures of  Nomadism"

	10:30 a.m.	Screening, Zaïda Ghorab-Volta, Souviens-toi de moi?
(France, 1996)

	 1:15 p.m	Moderator, Amy Villarejo (Cornell University)
			Dominique Blüher, University of Paris X, Nanterre
			"Souviens-toi de moi?  A Hip-Hop Film?"

	 3:00 p.m.	Screening, Chantal Akerman, Portrait d'une jeune
fille de la fin des années 60 à Bruxelles (France, 1994)

	 4:00 p.m.	Moderator, Marie-Claire Vallois (Cornell University)
			Judith Mayne, Ohio State University
			"Girl Talk: Chantal Akerman's Portrait d'une jeune
fille de la fin des années 60 à Bruxelles"

	 7:30 p.m.	Screening, Dani Kouyate, Keita!  L'heritage du
griot       		(France/Burkina Faso, 1994)

Saturday, November 7
	All events will take place at Cornell Cinema, Willard Straight Theatre

			Moderator, Margaret Morse (University of
California, Santa Cruz)

	  9:00 a.m.	Presentation of French Digital Art
			Timothy Murray (Cornell University)
			Anne-Marie Duguet, University of Paris I, Sorbonne

	 9:45 a.m.	Anne-Marie Duguet, University of Paris I, Sorbonne
			"Performing the Projected Image"

	11:15 a.m.	Moderator, Donald Fredericksen (Cornell University)
			Dudley Andrew (University of Iowa)
			"From Mouth to Ear: Rumors of West African Film"

	 2:00 p.m	Screening, Chris Marker, Level 5

	 4:00 p.m.	Moderator, Patricia Zimmermann (Ithaca College)
			Maureen Turim (University of Florida)
			"Virtual Discourses of History:  Collage,
Narrative, or Documents"

	 4:45 p.m.	Panel Discussion of Marker and Digital Futures
			Raymond Bellour, Yukiko Hanawa, Timothy Murray,
Maureen Turim, and Ueno Toshiya	(Joint session with "Empire of Readers:
Book, Image, and Mass Subjectivity in Modern Japan" Conference)

	Special funding from The James B. Pendelton Endowment of the Roy H.
Park 		School of Communications at Ithaca College
	Co-sponsored by:  The East Asia Program, The Mario Einaudi Center
for International Studies; The Graduate Program in Film and Video Studies;
LBG Studies, The Women's Studies Program, The Audiovisual Department of the
French Embassy, New York

	Conference admission free, with the exception of evening screenings
at Cornell Cinema.  Non-Cornell colleagues and students most welcome.

Housing Information in Ithaca: www.ithaca.ny.us/Commerce/lodging.html

For other information, please contact:
The Society for the Humanities
A. D. White House
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 14853
tel: 607-255-4086
e-mail: mea4@cornell.edu

Timothy Murray
Professor of English and Acting Director of The Society for the Humanities
Director of Graduate Studies in Film and Video
A. D. White House
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14853
office: 607-255-4086
e-mail: tcm1@cornell.edu