Thursday, March 10, 2011

Film and Popular Culture

It's not the first, nor the last time that the phenomenon of interaction between popular cinema and everyday life is being subject to questioning, analysing and synthesising (sic), but it worths mentioning.


Mainly, to make big audiences aware of this interaction that academicians spend their time researching, thus making the first more cinema-litterate and conscious towards the images, or better, the behind-the-image messages they may inadvertedly process from time to time.

The Pop (Corn) Culture Cycle is open to the public and is organised for third consecutive year by the University of Luxembourg research unit IPSE (Identity, Politics, Society, Spaces) and the team of Utopia cinema. This year the transformation of reality by and in films will be discussed.

Dare to attend a screening and speak up your mind. More info and full programme (in French) here.

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