Courses

The 2022 edition of the summer school will be held on May 23-28, 2022 @DAMSLab (Piazzetta P.P. Pasolini 5/b)

2022 COURSES AND ACTIVITIES

Lectures and seminars

(a detailed schedule is available as a downloadable document)

  • Institutional Greetings
    Giacomo Manzoli (Università di Bologna)
  • Course Presentation. How to Study the Mediated Italy
    Luca Barra (Università di Bologna)
  • Mediating Cinema: The Intellectual Network of Italian Film Criticism
    Jennifer Malvezzi (Università di Parma), Paolo Noto (Università di Bologna)
  • Cinema Ritrovato, a Festival Devoted to Researching Film History
    Guy Borlée (Cinema Ritrovato Coordinator)
  • Multilingualism, Language Conflict and Urban Space in the Cinematic Contemporary Italy
    Marco Gargiulo (University of Bergen)
  • Writing the Sound of Beauty. The Making of the Eurovision Song Contest 2022 in Turin: conversation with Eddy Anselmi (TV author)
  • Italian Na(rra)tives: Period Drama in a Transnational and Transmedia Perspective
    Beniamino Della Gala (Università degli Studi di Milano), Elisa Farinacci (Università di Bologna)
  • Doc (Nelle tue mani), da Rai 1 (Italia) a TF1 (Francia): il successo internazionale di un medical drama all’italiana
    Fabien Landron (Université de Corse)
  • Glocal Dimensions of German Quality Drama
    Florian Krauß (University of Siegen)
  • Posted, Unposted, and Live-Streaming: Chiara Ferragni as a Celebrity Media Construct and a Postfeminist Project
    Nicoletta Marini-Maio (Dickinson College)
  • A Look at Contemporary Neapolitan Cinema and Television
    Giovanna De Luca (College of Charleston)
  • Studying Italian Contemporary Actors
    Luca Antoniazzi, Luca Barra (Università di Bologna)
  • E la chiamano estate. Dietro le quinte di Summertime: dialogue with the artistic cast, producers, and other professionals involved in Summertime (Netflix, 2020-2022)
  • Italian Actors (and Non-Actors) and Their International Circulation
    Catherine O’Rawe (University of Bristol)
  • Belzoni’s Real Phantasmagoria: from “Perfect Facsimile” to “First Person Experience”
    Massimo Riva (Brown University)