Maria Fritsche, Dept. of Modern History and Society, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Kick off Wednesday, 28 September
19:00 Informal social gathering with drinks and snacks at ARKIVET
20:00 Film exhibition: Münchhausen (D: von Báky, Germany 1943)
Day 1 – Thursday, 29 September: Audiences, practices, and memories of cinemagoing
08:45 Registration / Coffee and fruit
09:15-09:45 Introduction: Maria Fritsche & Thomas V.H. Hagen
09:45-10:45 Keynote 1 – Daniela Treveri Gennari: ‘Developing a cinema typology: methodological challenges in comparative analysis of film exhibition’ Keynote will be streamed, see https://arkivet.no/events for the link.
11:00-12:15 Session 1 (Moderator: Maria Fritsche)
11:00 Antonia Schlotter: ‘Rural cinema history in an exhibition’
11:20 Jasmin Gröninger: ‘Cinema memory: the relevance of cinemagoing in Gimbsheim’
12:15- 13:15 Lunch
13:15-14:15 Keynote 2 – Mona Pedersen: ‘Cinema-going and everyday life – how old people’s memories can contribute to a new cinema history’ Keynote will be streamed, see https://arkivet.no/events for the link.
14:30-15:45 Session 2 (Moderator: Thomas V.H. Hagen)
14:30 Anthony Rescigno: ‘Transitions and ruptures: the consumption of German films in Eastern France (1918–1950)’
14:50 Oddbjørn Hofseth: ‘The exhibition and reception of the WW2 feature film Englandsfarere in Ålesund in 1946’
16:00–17:00 Guided tour in the exhibits
Time to relax
19:30 Conference dinner (TBA)
Day 2 – Friday, 30 September: Film exhibition and the place and space of cinema
09:00 Coffee and fruit
09:15-10:30 Session 3 (Moderator: Lars-Martin Sørensen)
09:15 Åsa Jernudd: ‘In search of the audience: methodological reflections on historical research of cinema as space’
09:35 Jannie Dahl Astrup: ‘Vestjydsk Rejsebiograf in Western Jutlandia, 1896–1983’
10:45 Keynote 3 Jessica Whitehead: ‘Photo-nite at the Movies: Propaganda and Contests in Canada during WWII’ Keynote will be streamed, see https://arkivet.no/events for the link.
12:45-14:00 Session 4 (Moderator: Åsa Jernudd)
12:45 Noora Kallioniemi: ‘Film screenings at the frontline in Finland, 1939–1944’
13:05 Sigrún Margrét Guðmundsdóttir: ‘New Directions: changes in the supply of Reykjavík movie theaters during World War II’
14:15-15:15 How to build a network on Nordic cinema history?
Time to relax
18:00 Dinner (TBA)
Venue: ARKIVET Peace and Human Rights Center, Vesterveien 4, Kristiansand