Seminar on Gilles Deleuze, Cinema and Contemporary Moving Image

“UUSI KUVA“ seminaari Gilles Deleuzen elokuvafilosofiasta ja
nykyisistä kuvan käsityksistä
– Seminar on Gilles Deleuze, Cinema and Contemporary Moving Image

Time: Saturday 2 March 2013 at 12.30-16.30
Place: National Audiovisual Archive, Cinema Orion, Eerikinkatu 15,
Kamppi, Helsinki

Free entrance, welcome!

KAVA (National Audiovisual Archive) and The Finnish Academy of Fine
Arts present an afternoon seminar on Gilles Deleuze’s philosophy of
cinema and its relevance regarding contemporary theories of the image.
The seminar is held at KAVA’s Cinema Orion and includes a screening of
Samuel Beckett’s short film “Film” (1965). Guest speakers represent
scholarship on Deleuze’s philosophy and contemporary art theory. The
seminar is held in English.

Seminar program

12.30-13.30 Stephen Zepke (University of Vienna): “Deleuze and the
Politics of Cinema: From Expressionism to a New ‘Will to Art'”
13.30-14.15 Janne Vanhanen (University of Helsinki):
“Becoming-Imperceptible? Deleuze and Beckett on ‘Film'” + Samuel
Beckett & Alan Scheider: “Film” (1965)

14.15-14.45 Coffee break

14.45-15.45 Jukka Sihvonen (University of Turku): “To Believe or Not
to believe; on Deleuze, Cinema and Thought”
15.45-16.15 Kari Yli-Annala (Aalto University): “Time-Image and the
Hypnotized Bodies in Werner Herzog’s Heart of Glass”

(17.00 Werner Herzog: Heart of Glass (1976), tickets 6 euro at the theatre.)

Further details also available at