After the huge hit with our partners from Columbia Global Centers | Mumbai we invited Richard Peña, Professor of Film Studies at Columbia University for another webinar to talk about pandemics in international cinema, this time in Portuguese. With the collaboration of João Luiz Vieira, Professor of Film Studies at Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF), the conversation will discuss the narratives, symbolisms and techniques used in Contagion (2011), Flu (2013) and Virus (2019). Join us! Don't forget to register below!
Richard Peña is a Professor of Film Studies at Columbia University’s School of the Arts, where he specializes in film theory, film history and international cinema. From 1988 to 2012, he was the Program Director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center and the Director of the New York Film Festival. At the Film Society, Professor Peña organized retrospectives of many film artists, as well as major film series devoted to African, Israeli, Cuban, Polish, Hungarian, Chinese, Arab, Korean, Swedish, Turkish, Taiwanese and Argentine cinema. A frequent lecturer on film internationally, has lectured at Princeton University, Harvard University, the National Autonomous University of Mexico and Beijing University, among others. Professor Pena received his Masters in Film Studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and currently hosts WNET/Channel 13’s weekly Reel 13.
Join us on June 17 at 4PM (EDT) | 5PM (BRT) for this webinar!
Don't forget to register below.
Após sucesso de público com nossos parceiros do Columbia Global Centers | Mumbai, convidamos o notório professor de cinema da Universidade de Columbia Richard Peña para uma conversa sobre filmes que tratam do tema de pandemias no cinema internacional.
Com a colaboração do Professor de cinema da UFF João Luiz Vieira, promoveremos um bate-papo - em português - no qual debaterão sobre narrativas, simbolismos e técnicas em usadas nos filmes Contagion (2011), Flu (2013) and Virus (2019).
Participe desse webinar no dia 17 de junho às 16h (EDT) | 17h (BRT).