"Conversation with Kiyoshi Kurosawa" at NYU
Tue Apr 6 00:35:56 EDT 2004
?Conversation with Kiyoshi Kurosawa?
Date/Time: April 12/9:00 am ? 5:30 pm
Location: Department of East Asian Studies Conference Room, New York
University, 715 Broadway 3rd Floor
Next Monday (April 12), as part of the East Asian Film Series organized by
NYU?s Department of East Asian Studies, we?ll have a seminar titled
?Conversation with Kiyoshi Kurosawa? from 9:00 to 5:30 in the EAS conference
room. Kiyoshi Kurosawa will be with us, and he has agreed to participate in
the seminar on his work and other related issues such as politics of
international film festivals, globalization of film culture, the questions
of film genres, the question Godard, etc.
Although it is primarily intended for NYU undergraduate students, the
seminar is also open to the public.
Besides Kurosawa, there are other speakers to facilitate the discussions.
--Jonathan Hall (UC Irvine)
--Keisuke Kitano (Niigata U, Japan)
--Tom Looser (McGill)
--Anne McKnight (McGill)
--Ryoko Misono (U of Tokyo)
--Daisuke Miyao (Columbia)
--Mitsuyo Wada-Marciano (Carleton U)
There are two sessions in the morning from 9 to 12:30 with a screening of
video clips selected by Kurosawa (from films directed by other film
directors), and two more sessions in the afternoon from 2 to 5:30 with
another screening of video clips selected by the panelists.
Anybody interested in participating in the seminar, please email to
my15 at nyu.edu.
Department of East Asian Studies
715 Broadway 3rd Floor
New York University
New York, NY 10003
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