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21st - 26th November 2017

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INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC CONFERENCE

TWISTED DREAMS OF HISTORY.
V4 PERSPECTIVE ON PROPAGANDA, IDEOLOGY AND ANIMATION

23.-24. 11. 2017
Kraków, Poland

 

Venue:
AGH University of Science and Technology
Faculty of Humanities
ul. Gramatyka 8a, 30-001 Kraków
Building D-13, room 21
 

 

23. 11. 2017, Thursday
09:00 – 11:00 1 Panel

“Animating Masses. Communist Art Beyond Soviet Paradigm”

11:00 – 11:15 Coffee break
11:15 – 13:00 2 Panel

“A Lesson Not Learnt. Avant-Garde Utopias Before WWII”

13:00 – 13:45 Coffee break
13:45 – 15:00 3 Panel

“Elusive Forms. Playing With Politics in Hybrid Genres”

15:45 – 17:15 Film Programme

MOS (Małopolski Ogród Sztuki), Small Screening Room, ul. Rajska 12

Frame by Frame Agitation: Propaganda Aesthetics in Poland, Czechoslovakia and Hungary

24. 11. 2017, Friday
09:00 – 10:30 4 Panel

“Artists And Doctrinaires. Politics in czechoslovak animation”

10:30 – 10:45 Coffee break
10:45 – 12:15 5 Panel

“Ideologized Imagery. Identity constructions and images of enemy”

12:15 – 13:00 Coffee break
13:00 – 14:30 6 Panel

“After The End. Propaganda deconstructed”

15:00 – 16:30 Film Programme

MOS (Małopolski Ogród Sztuki), Small Screening Room, ul. Rajska 12

Frame by Frame Agitation: War and Economic


DETAILED PROGRAMME:

 

23/11/2017, Thursday

 

PANEL I: ANIMATING MASSES. COMMUNIST ART BEYOND SOVIET PARADIGM
9:00 am – 11:00 am

 

  1. Keynote speech: Brigitta Iványi-Bitter PhD (MOME, Budapest, Hungary)

Self-destroying Propaganda. Hungarian Animation Series from the Cold War Era

 

  1. Midhat Ajanović PhD (University West in Trollhättan, Sweden)

Titoism and the Idea of ‘The Third Road’ as Ideological Foundation of Zagreb School for Animated Film

 

  1. Olga Bobrowska (Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland)

“Not to Worship Is Impossible”: Notes on Representation of Leadership in Chinese Animation

 

 

PANEL II: A LESSON NOT LEARNT. AVANT-GARDE UTOPIAS BEFORE WWII
11:15 am – 1:00 pm

 

  1. Paola Bristot (Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, Italy), video lecture

Playing Toy Soldiers

 

  1. Guo Chunning PhD (Renmin University of China, Beijing)

The Echo of Women Through Silent Paper-cut Animation: “Scissorhands” Lotte Reiniger’s Reflection Through Body Language

 

  1. Magdalena Krzosek-Hołody (University of Rzeszow, Poland)

Veryfing Peiper’s City, Mass and Machine Manifesto Through Animated Film

 

 

PANEL III: ELUSIVE FORMS. PLAYING WITH POLITICS IN HYBRID GENRES
1:45 pm – 3:00 pm

 

  1. Maroš Brojo (Fest Anča, Žilina, Slovakia)

Cultural Influences and Reflections on Ideology in Slovak Digital Games of Late 80s and Early 90s

 

  1. Vassilis Kroustallis (Ionian University, Corfu, Greece)

Travelling with Crulic: Static Ideology and the Moving Construction of a European Cultural Imaginary

 

24/11/2017, Friday

 

PANEL IV: ARTISTS AND DOCTRINAIRES. POLITICS IN CZECHOSLOVAK ANIMATION
9:00 am – 10:30 am

 

  1. Keynote speech: Michaela Mertová (Czech National Film Archives in Prague)

The Propaganda in the Czech Animation in the Second Half of the 1940s and the 1950s

 

  1. Bogusław Zmudziński PhD (AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland), lecture in Polish

Jan Švankmajer: Ideology and Propaganda

 

  1. Jiří Žák (PAF Festival, Olomouc, Czech Republic)

The Death of Stalinism in Bohemia or the Aspects of Propaganda as Viewed by Jan Švankmajer

 

PANEL V: IDEOLOGIZED IMAGERY. IDENTITY CONSTRUCTIONS AND IMAGES OF ENEMY
10:45 am – 12:15 pm

 

  1. Michał Mróz (University of Warsaw, Poland), lecture in Polish

Propaganda à la Fairytale. Nazi Animated Film on the WWII Frontlines

 

  1. Michał Bobrowski PhD (Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland)

Ideological Hall of Mirrors. Reflections of Soviet Propaganda in American Propaganda of the Cold War

 

  1. Piotr Budzyński (University of Lodz, Poland)

Propagandistic Role of Stereotypes in the Polish Short Historical Animations

 

PANEL VI: AFTER THE END. PROPAGANDA DECONSTRUCTED
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

 

  1. Mikhail Gurevich (Independent scholar, Chicago, USA)

“End of history” Eastern style: Teasing the Sacred Cows in Soviet/Russian Animation in Late 1980s through Early 2000s

 

  1. Theodore Ushev (Filmmaker, Montreal, Canada)

A-Z manifesto 2017 (Animation as a weapon)

 

 

ACCOMPANYING EVENTS

 

FILM SCREENINGS

 

23/11/2017: Frame by Frame Agitation: Propaganda Aesthetics in Poland, Czechoslovakia and Hungary

 

3:45 pm, Małopolski Ogród Sztuki, Small Screening Room, ul. Rajska 12

AnimProp: workshop film// Springer and SS-Men// For a Better Tomorrow// Sport Competition in the Forest// Bolek and Lolek among the Miners: The Black Gold// The Joy of Light// The Polish Non-Camera Newsreel No. 6, 1983, Edition B

 

 

24/11/2017: Frame by Frame Agitation: War and Economics

 

3:00 pm, Małopolski Ogród Sztuki, Small Screening Room, ul. Rajska 12

Interplanetary Revolution// Round and Round// Big Meeting// Albert in Blunderland. A Patriotic Animated Cartoon// The Shareholders// Gloria Victoria

 

PROPAGANDA POSTERS EXHIBITION

Art of Slogans: Exhibition of Propaganda Posters from Poland and Hungary

Nov. 21st – 30th, Dom Polonii, Rynek Główny 14

An exhibition of Polish propaganda posters from the 1940s – 1960s from the collection of Krzysztof Dydo is curated in cooperation between Bielska Gallery BWA in Bielsko-Biała and Dydo Gallery in Krakow. Among the exhibited works one will find such emblematic posters as “Long Live Workers-Peasants Alliance” by Konstanty Maria Sopoćko (1948), Tadeusz Trepkowski’s “No!”(1952) or Włodzimierz Zakrzewski’s “The Party” (1968). The Hungarian part of the exhibition was prepared in collaboration with Budapest Poster Gallery. It embraces works realized by Iván Pólya, Tibor Gönczi and István Czeglédi in the period 1919-1951. It concentrates on the earliest stages of implementation of communism ideology in the Central Europe: from utopian faith in the power of people’s republics, to oppressiveness and orthodoxy of Stalinist era.

 

PROPAGANDA URBAN WALK

Tracing propaganda in the architecture of Krakow.

24/11/2017 & 25/11/2017, from 11:00 am to 1 pm
Registration at the Festival Reception at least 1 day before the tour
Meeting point: Kijów Cinema, al. Zygmunta Krasińskiego 34, 30-101 Kraków
Guide: Maciej Gil

 

ORGANIZARES

 

Organizer:

  • Foundation for Promotion of Artistic, Film and Audiovisual Culture “Etiuda and Anima” (www.etiudaandanima.com)

 

Project realized with the support of:

  • International Visegrad Fund (www.visegradfund.org)

 

Academic Partner:

  • Faculty of Humanities, AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow (www.wh.agh.pl)

 

Conference Academic Committee:

  • Professor Stefan Bielański (Pedagogical University of Cracow),
  • Professor Barbara Gąciarz (AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow),
  • Professor Alicja Helman (Jagiellonian University, University of Humanities and Economics in Lodz),
  • Professor Jadwiga Hučková (Jagiellonian University),
  • Professor Andrzej Pitrus (Jagiellonian University),
  • Professor Anna Siwik (AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow)

 

Conference Organizational Committee:

  • Olga Bobrowska,
  • Michał Bobrowski PhD,
  • Bogusław Zmudziński PhD

 

Project Partners:

  • Bielska Gallery BWA in Bielsko-Biała (www.galeriabielska.pl)
  • PAF Festival of Film Animation, Olomouc, Czech Republic (www.pifpaf.cz)
  • Primanima World Festival of First Animations, Budaors, Hungary (www.primanima.eu)
  • Fest Anča, Žilina, Slovakia (www.festanca.sk)
  • Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow (www.asp.krakow.pl)
  • Confucius Institute of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow (www.instytutkonfucjusza.uj.edu.pl)

 

Contact

conference.twisted.dreams@gmail.com

tel. 536 256 157