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Conference Schedule

Kiss Kiss Kill Kill: A Symposium on the Forgotten Spy Film of Cold War Europe

 

Conference Schedule: Saturday 18th September

 

10am              Registration – Coffee and Tea (Art and Design Gallery)

 

10.45            Conference Welcome – Richard Rhys Davies

                      (Room LC 108)

 

11.0               Keynote (Room LC108) – Matt Blake 

                      (Author, The  Eurospy Guide)                         

                     Eurospy – A Numerical Analysis of an Italian  

                       Genre”

 

11.45           Break – Coffee and Tea

 

12.00 - 1.30   Panel 1 (Room LC 108):

Real Life Spies: Cold War, German Espionage and Italian Cops   

Chair: Nikolaj Nikitin (Co-Founder Schnitt Magazine)

 

Oliver Baumgarten (Co-Founder Schnitt Magazine)

Espionage Cinema and the Celluloid Curtain

 

Matthew Shaul (Head of Programming and Operations, University of Hertfordshire Galleries)

Eurospy’s Tawdry Underbelly: Photographer Gundula Schulze Eldowy and the East German Secret Police

 

Dr Austin Fisher (Anglia Ruskin University)

Chronicles of Lead: Transatlantic Flow in 1970s Italian Cop Thrillers

 

 

1.30-    2.30    LUNCH

 

2.30-3.30       Panel 2: (Room LC 108)

Eurospy: Kitsch and Transnational Appropriation

Chair: Richard Rhys Davies (Curator Kiss Kiss Kill Kill)

 

Iain Robert Smith (Roehampton University)

“You’re really a miniature Bond”: Weng Weng and the transnational dimensions of cult film stardom

 

Ibrahim Cansizoglu (Izmir University of Economics)

Genre Smasher: A Popular Culture Analysis of Turkish B Rate Film with Espionage Themes

 

3.30           Break: Coffee/Tea

 

 

 

3.45        Keynote (Room LC 108):  

                 Richard Rhys Davies

                 (Curator, Kiss Kiss Kill Kill)                                                

                 “The European-ness of Eurospy: Myth, Motif and

                  Mayhem in Western European Spy Cinema.”

 

5.00-7.00      Film Screening (Film and TV Studio)

                     Danger Route (16mm archive print, Seth Holt, 1967)

 

 

 

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