April 11, 2012
“A common criticism of contemporary narrative cinema is the lack of original approaches to aesthetics, story, narrative and formal technique. After over 100 years of cinema, is originality hard to find?”
BA (Hons) Film Studies students at the Cardiff School of Creative and Cultural Industries will hold an end of year film symposium between 10:30 – 16:00 on 2nd May in the Zen Room (CB403) at the ATRiuM Campus.
This symposium will explore ideas and arguments surrounding originality in contemporary narrative cinema, in both Hollywood and World Cinema.
Each paper will cover some of the key themes and issues arising from discussions on originality in contemporary cinema.
Throughout the day there will be separate panels dealing with different issues:
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