Organised by the Centre for Documentary Research Film Studio, 20 University Square, Queens University Belfast. In collaboration with San Francisco State University's Documentary Film Institute.
10.30 – Mary Freedman (PhD student, QUB) ‘Urban Trajectories: Female Citizenship in the In-Between. A case study from Rio de Janeiro’
11 – 12.30 Workshop with visiting Brazilian filmmaker Maria Augusta Ramos on her work in progress.
12.30 – 1.30 lunch
1.30 Casey Hayward (filmmaker and Bentley University, USA) ‘No Refuge for the Refugee: Documentary Film and International State Surveillance’
2pm Sean Murray (filmmaker and QUB) ‘Documenting the Past: The Construction of a New Historical Understanding’
2.30 Nisha Kapoor (York University) and Ken Fero (filmmaker and Regents University London) ‘De-port, Deprive, Extradite’
3pm Dyfrig Jones (Bangor University) screenings of Sousveillance Utah (7”10’) and Empathic Media: Emotiveillance in Marketing and Media (6”40’)
3.30 - Cahal McLaughlin, the Prisons Memory Archive; camera as collaborator.
Link up with San Francisco State University’s Documentary Film Institute – Politics, Activism and Visibility
4.30 Şirin Fulya Erensoy (Istanbul Kültür University) ‘Documenting Injustice in a Time of Media Blackout’
5.00 Soumyaa Bhrens (San Francisco State University) ‘Nail House: Political Gentrification in San Francisco’.
Screenings at Queens Film Theatre:
Nov 8th 6.30pm, Cambodian Spring (Chris Kelly, 120 mins, 2017)
Nov 9th 8.50pm, Future June (Maria Augusta Ramos, 100mins, 2015)
Conference attendance is free, but please RSVP Film.firstname.lastname@example.org with the title ‘CDR’.