PROGRAMME

Time Table

Programme

OPENING REMARKS

Hideaki Fujiki, Shota T. Ogawa, Alastair Phillips, Joanne Bernardi



I MEDIATIZATION AND AESTHETICS

Chair: Woojeong Joo


Thomas Lamarre (University of Chicago)

Compositing and Switching: An Intermedial History of Japanese Anime


Johan Nordström (Tsuru University)

Between Silent and Sound: The Liminal Space of the Japanese ‘Sound Version’


Rayna Denison (University of East Anglia)

Manga at the Movies: Adaptation and Intertextuality


Machiko Kusahara (Waseda University)

Utsushie: Japanese Magic Lantern Performance as Pre-cinematic Projection Practice


Eri Kajikawa (Nagoya University-University of Warwick)

The 1980s Japanese Idol: Celebrity, Media and Audio-visuality



II CULTURE AND POLITICS

Chair: Chikako Nagayama


Diane Wei Lewis (Washington University in St. Louis)

Home Movies of the Revolution: Proletarian Filmmaking and Counter-Mobilization in Interwar Japan


Masato Dogase (Nagoya University)

Japanese Student Movement Cinema: A Dialogic Approach


Alexander Zahlten (Harvard University)

Media Models of ‘Amateur’ Film and Manga


Rachael Hutchinson (University of Delaware)

Censorship as Education: Film Violence and Ideology


Joel Neville Anderson (Purchase Collage, State University of New York)

Pointing Through the Screen: Archiving, Surveillance and Atomization in the Wake of Japan’s 2011 Triple Disasters



III PRESENTATION AND REPRESENTAION

Chair: Alastair Phillips 


Jennifer Coates (University of Sheffield)

The Yakuza Film: A Genre ‘Endorsed by the People’


Michael Crandol (Leiden University)

The Ghosts of Kaiki Eiga


Woojeong Joo (Nagoya University)

Separations and Connections: The Cinematic Homes of the Showa 30s


Kosuke Kinoshita (Gunma Prefectural Women’s University)

Multi-viewpoint Narrative: From Rashomon (1950) to Confessions (2010)



IV INSTITUTIONS AND PRACTICES

Chair: Joanne Bernardi


Manabu Ueda (Kobe Gakuin University)

Screening Spaces: A History of Japanese Film Exhibition


Takeshi Tanikawa (Waseda University)

Kaiju Films as Exportable Content: Reassessing the Function of the Japanese Film Export Promotion Association


Takafusa Hatori (Niigata University)

‘Fugitives’ from the Studio System: Ikebe Ryō, Sada Keiji and the Transition from Cinema to Television in the Early 1960s


Chen Cong (McGill University)

Historicizing ‘Sounds Right’: Seiyū, Audio-visual Conformity and the Media Environment in Japan



V JAPANESE CINEMA UNBOUND

Chair: Shota T. Ogawa


Daisuke Miyao (University of California, San Diego)

The Transpacific History of Japanese Cinematography


Ran Ma (Nagoya University)

Eigasai Inside Out: Japanese Cinema and Film Festival Programming


Naoki Yamamoto (University of California, Santa Barbara)

Soviet Montage Theory and Japanese Film Criticism


Yoshiharu Tezuka (Komazawa University)

A Constellation of Gazes: Europe and the Japanese Film Industry


Christopher M. Cabrera (Nagoya University)

The Ogasawara Islands as Contact Zone: Between Tides (2018) and Citizenship



VI MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES

Chair: Ran Ma


Hideaki Fujiki (Nagoya University) and Alastair Phillips (University of Warwick)

On The Japanese Cinema Book


Joanne Bernardi (University of Rochester) and Shota T. Ogawa (Nagoya University)

On Routledge Handbook of Japanese Cinema



CLOSING REMARKS

Ma Ran, Chikako Nagayama, Woojeong Joo



RECEPTION



Organized by the Cinema Studies Program in the Graduate School of Humanities, Nagoya University, and Department of Film and Television Studies, University of Warwick

Supported by the Center for Transregional Culture and Society, the Graduate School of Humanities, Nagoya University

Sponsored by Nagoya University and MEXT