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Curating Russian Film for International Audiences

Curating Russian Film for International Audiences

Korolkova, Maria ORCID: 0000-0002-1784-3675 (2020) Curating Russian Film for International Audiences. [Show/Exhibition] (Submitted)

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Abstract

The project encourages education and engagement with classic Russian language films through building rewarding partnerships between academia, arts institutions, sponsors and artists to identify shared values and opportunities in curation Russian cinema today. It includes several film seasons (A World to Win: A Century of Revolution on Screen, 2017, and Melodia! 2020), two exhibitions on Sergei Eisenstein’s legacy (Love, Lust and Laughter: A Collection of Eisenstein, 2016; Unexpected Eisenstein, 2016), a special Vertov’s day at Centre Pompidou, Bauer Project is St Andrews, five programme notes and two book chapters.

Item Type: Show/Exhibition
Additional Information: This is a Multiple component output. Curating Russian Film for International Audiences Screenings and film seasons: 1. Melodia! Musicals from Russia and Caucasus, BFI and Cine Lumiere, London, January 2020. (M-Exhibition/Film Season) 2. Restoring Dziga Vertov’s Anniversary of the Revolution, SSEES, UCL, London, UK, 10 June 2019 (co-organiser with UCL SEESE). (M-Exhibition/Film Screening) 3. ‘Bauer Project’, Film screening with live ensemble, Byre Theatre, St Andrews, UK, 26 April 2019. (M-Exhibition/Film Season) 4. ‘A World to Win: A Century of Revolution on Screen’, Film Season, Regent Street Cinema and Barbican Centre, London, UK, 12 February – 26 October 2017. (M-Exhibition/Film Season) 5. Dziga Vertov’s Day, Centre Pompidou, Paris, France, 20 December 2017. (M-Exhibition/Film Screening). Exhibitions: 6. Unexpected Eisenstein, Grad London, 17 February — 30 April 2016. (M-Exhibition) 7. Love, Lust and Laughter: A Collection of Eisenstein Drawings, PACE London, 14–24 April 2016. (M-Exhibition) 8. ‘Bauer Project’, in Fast Forward to the Analogue, exhibition curated by Elena Papadaki, Project Space, University of Greenwich Galleries, July 2019. Conference contributions: 9. ‘Slavic Studies Go Public’, British Academy Workshop, 23 January 2020 (E-conference contribution). 10. ‘#ToxicFemininity: Shifting Norms of Female Sexuality in Contemporary Russian Film and TV’, Quiet Revolution? Alternative sexualities in Europe and the post-Soviet Region, Cardiff University, UK, 19 September 2019. (E-conference contribution). 11. ‘From Kyborgy to Krymskii most and DAU: Visual language and cultural memory of Russian-Ukrainian Conflict’ (in Russian), International Conference in Languages of Conflict, University of Giessen, Germany, 15-16 April 2019. (E-conference contribution). 12. ‘Changing Forms of Silence: Curating Silent Films in Multimedia Environment’, Media Mixing Conference, University of Lund, Sweden, 16 March 2019. (E-conference contribution) 13. ‘Changing Forms of Silence: Curating Silent Films in Multimedia Environment’, Intermediality Now: Rethinking Inbetweenness, Sapientia University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, 19-20 October 2018. (E-conference contribution) 14. ‘Trailblazing Women in Early Russian Cinema’, Trailblazing Women On and Off Screen: Equal Access in the Film and Television Industries, University of Greenwich, London, 18-19 June 2018. (E-conference contribution) 15. ‘Film Adaptations of Russian Classics in the UK’, V St Petersburg International Cultural Forum, St Petersburg, Russia, 2 December 2016. (E-conference contribution) Programme notes: 16. ‘A Man from the Boulevard des Capucines’, Programme note for the Melodia! film season, curated by Kino Klassika Foundation and the BFI, Cine Lumiere, London, 21 January 2020. (programme note) 17. ‘London première of a rediscovered masterpiece
 Dziga Vertov, Anniversary of the Revolution (Годовщина Революции, 1918)’, Hosted by UCL SSEES Russian Cinema Research Group
With generous support from Queen Mary University of London and the University of Greenwich, UCL, London, UK, 10 June 2019. (programme note) 18. ‘Curating Bauer’, Programme note for Bauer Project, Film screening with live ensemble, Byre Theatre, St Andrews, UK, 26 April 2019. (programme note) 19. ‘Five myths about Sergei Eisenstein’s October (1928)’, Programme note for Sergei Eisenstein’s October, Kino Klassika Foundation, Barbican, 26 October 2017, p. 11. (programme note) 20. ‘1900 by Bernardo Berlolucci’, Programme note for The World to Win: A Century of Revolution on Screen film season, curated by Ian Christie, Maria Korolkova and Justine Waddell, Kino Klassika Foundation, Regent Street Cinema, 17 February – 15 April 2017, pp. 30-31. (programme note) Book chapters: 21. ‘Frames, Veils, and Windows: Modern Cinematic Set Design in Early Russian Films by Evgenii Bauer’, in Interiors: Film and Television, under contract with Bloomsbury, due out in September 2020. (C – Chapter in a book). 22. ‘‘#ToxicFemininity: Shifting Norms of Female Sexuality in Contemporary Russian Film and TV’, Quiet Revolution, ed. by Galina Miazhevich, under contract with Routledge, due out in 2020. (C – Chapter in a book).
Uncontrolled Keywords: Curating Russian Cinema, Russian Film, curation, silent cinema, Eisenstein, Vertov, Melodia
Subjects: N Fine Arts > N Visual arts (General) For photography, see TR
Faculty / Department / Research Group: Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences > Department of Creative Professions & Digital Arts
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences > Digital Arts Research & Enterprise
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Last Modified: 14 Apr 2020 16:13
Selected for GREAT 2016: None
Selected for GREAT 2017: None
Selected for GREAT 2018: None
Selected for GREAT 2019: None
Selected for REF2021: REF 2
URI: http://gala.gre.ac.uk/id/eprint/27186

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