Documentary filmmakers have long endeavored to make visible and to give voice to the aspirations and struggles of workers and working communities. Featuring the work of prominent filmmaker/journalist Marcel Trillat, this symposium highlights the ways in which French documentary films takes stock of changes in the workplace from the factory to the school classroom, to provide alternative understandings of the cultural imaginary of work. Talks in French and in English; free and open to the public.
Talks (in French & English) by Audrey Evrard, Eric Bulakites, Sam Di Iorio, Martine Guyot-Bender, and Derek Schilling, with the participation of filmmakers Marcel and Julien Trillat
Date and Location: Friday, Oct 11, 2019, Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus, Baltimore
Times and Rooms : 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Charles Commons Barber Room / 1:30 – 5 p.m. Hodson Hall 313
Co-sponsored by the Centre Louis Marin & The Center for Advanced Media Studies