In partnership with Ciné Malraux, Anaïs Guilet and Sylvain Santi, lecturers and researchers in the USMB literature department, invite you to an evening of ciné-conférence organized as part of the "Thinking with fiction.
In connection with Terry Gilliam's film "Brazil", this film-conference invites you to discuss totalitarianism.. It will begin with a discussion on the publication by Igino Pellin of his book "Orwell, à saut et à gambade". Petits essais sur une allure poétique", which examines the qualities of Orwell's writing and literary erudition, and his reputation as a thinker on the principles and workings of totalitarian power. The event will continue with a screening of the film Brazil, followed by a discussion of the film.
See you on Wednesday, November 29 at 7pm, at Ciné-Malraux.
A film-conference reserved exclusively for USMB students and pupils from the Institut de academics en Soins Infirmiers (IFSI) in Chambéry and Annecy. Funded by the Contribution à la vie étudiante et de campus (CVEC).
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"Thinking with fiction" is a cycle of 4 film lectures offered throughout the academic year. These film lectures provide an opportunity to develop your cinematographic culture, your critical mind and your awareness of the culture of the image, by learning about the discourses that can be held on and from a film.
The program can be built around a director, an aesthetic movement, a thematic issue or a historical period. The film screening is followed by a debate and/or preceded by a lecture given by LLSH teachers or specialists.
This project is led by Anaïs Guilet and Sylvain Santi, members of the LLSETI laboratory (Langages, Littératures, Sociétés, Études Transfrontalières et Internationales) at USMB.
Further information: Service Vie Étudiante et de Campus (SVEC) - 04 79 75 94 15