Conference presentations
2017    
From Bed Sheets to the Dots Torture Room. Developing Questions on the Body Mask in Film History, Paper presented at the NECS Conference / Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris (France)
   
Tracking fictional violence, Paper presented at the IAMHIST Conference (The International Association for Media and History) / University Paris 2 CARISM (France)
   
2016    
MOTIVSUCHE: Fiktionalisierte Kritik dokumentaren Filmschaffens, Paper presented at the annual conference of the Society for Media Sudies (Gesellschaft für Medienwissenschaft, GfM) / Freie Universität Berlin (Germany)
   
Verwendungsgeschichte(n) der letzten Filmaufnahmen von Adolf Hitler, Paper presented at the DFG-Workshop "Verwendungsgeschichte" / Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF (Germany)
   
Non-professional acting in Reality-TV as "over-the-norm-acting", Paper presented at the International Symposium "Acting on Television. Analytical Methods and Approaches" / University of Reading (UK)
   
Rethinking Sergei Eisenstein's Typage theory, Paper presented at the conference "A hundred years of Film theory. Münsterberg and beyond: Concepts, Applications, Perspectives" / Leipzig University (Germany)
   
Die Filmfotografin Waltraut Pathenheimer und Emotionsdarstellung im Kinofilm, Presentations at the Potsdam's day of science (Potsdamer Tag der Wissenschaften) / Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF (Germany)
   
2015    
Introduction and moderation of the Q&A to the movie "Die Alleinseglerin" / Filmmuseum Potsdam (Germany)
   
2014    
Béla Balázs' theories on non-actors Paper presented at the conference "Béla Balázs - Dichtung und Film" / Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF (Germany)
   
Reflections on Non-Actors' Creativity in "La terra trema" and "Nicht Versöhnt" Paper presented at the annual conference of the European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) / Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan (Italy)
   

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