We are delighted to announce that Italian filmmaker, Alina Marazzi, was hosted by the Department of Italian and the Department of Film and Television Studies as an IAS Short-Term Visiting Fellow from 27th January to 9th February 2014.
Marazzi's films include:
Monday 27th January, 12-1pm, H0.58 (Humanities): lecture on Vogliamo anche le rose, as part of undergraduate module on Italian Cinema.
Monday 27th January, 5.15-7.15pm, A1.27 (Millburn House): screening of Tutto parla di te.
Tuesday 28th January, 4-5.30pm, A0.26 (Millburn House): masterclass for postgraduate students by Alina Marazzi, 'The I and the Eye'.
Thursday 30th January, 10-11am, H4.03 (Humanities): seminar led by Alina Marazzi on Vogliamo anche le rose, as part of undergraduate module on Italian Cinema.
Friday 31st January, 3-6pm, R1.15 (Ramphal): seminar, 'The Past Before Us: Uses of History in 21st-Century Italy', with writer, Giorgio Vasta, Alina Marazzi, and PhD researchers, Cecilia Ghidotti (Bologna) and Kate Willman (Warwick).
Saturday 1st February, 10am-6pm, MS.05 (Zeeman Building): symposium, 'The Female Gaze', with Laura Mulvey (Birkbeck), Emma Wilson (Cambridge), Fiona Handyside (Exeter), and Alina Marazzi; round table also with Nicola Gardini (Oxford).
Wednesday 5th February, 5-7pm, S0.19 (Social Sciences): public lecture by Alina Marazzi, 'First-Person Filmmaking'.
Thursday 6th February, 6-8pm, Italian Cultural Institute, London: screening of Tutto parla di te, with discussion with Alina Marazzi and introduction by Dr Cristina Gamberi.