PROGRAMME

27/10/2016 (Thursday)Venue:

Caixa Belas Artes film theatre
Sala Spcine Aleijadinho
Rua da Consolação, 2423 – São Paulo/ SP

9:00-9:30am – Opening
Alessandra Meleiro – Associate Professor, Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar) and CEO of the Cultural Initiative Institute
Renata de Almeida – Head of the São Paulo International Film Festival
Maria do Rosário Ramalho – Secretary of São Paulo City for Culture
Stephanie Dennison – Professor of Brazilian Studies and Director of Research Network Soft Power, Cinema and the BRICS, University of Leeds/ UK

09:30-10:40am  – Opening Panel: Brazilian cinema in global context
Deborah Rossoni – Apex-Brasil
Débora Ivanov – Director of Ancine (National Film Agency)
Ana Julia Cury - International Consultant (National Film Agency)
Alfredo Manevy – President of Spcine
André Sturm (Chair) – President Cinema do Brasil Programme

10:40-11:00am – Coffee break

11:00am -1:30pm – Panel Two: Cinema, Markets and Reinventing the Nation: the case of Russia and China
Vlad Strukov – Associate Professor of the Universidade de Leeds and Specialist in New Russian Media
Eduardo Raccah – International Affairs, SPCine
Anamaria Boschi – Artistic Director and Programmer of the Brazilian Film Festival in China
Cecilia Antkly de Mello – Associate Professor of Film Studies, USP
Fabiano Gullane – Partner in Gullane film production company and producer of Plastic City (Co-production Brazil-China-Japan-Hong Kong)
Úrsula Passos (Chair)- Journalist with Ilustríssima/Folha de S. Paulo

1:30-3pm – Lunch

3:00-5:30pm – Panel Three: Cinema and visibility: the case of India and South Africa
Cary Rajinder Sawhney - Filmmaker and founding director of the BFI London Indian Film Festival (the world’s largest)
Adwoa Ankoma –Legal, Policy and Compliance Officer, National Film and Video Foundation, South Africa
Rachel Dwyer – Professor at SOAS, University of London and specialist in Indian cinema
Paul Cooke – Professor and Chair of World Cinemas, University of Leeds e researcher of South African cinema
Beatriz Seigner - Director of Bollywood Dream, the first feature film in co-production between Brazil and India
Shobhan Saxena – Film critic and Brazilian correspondent for the “Times of India”
Juily Manghirmalani (Chair)– Filmmaker, academic and specialist in Indian cinema

6pm – Book launch and drinks reception
Cinema Brasileiro e Coprodução Internacional (Brazilian Filma nd Co-productions), by Dácia Ibiapina and Flávia Rocha

As Relações Internacionais e o Cinema (Film and International Relations), edited by Cristine Koehler Zanella and Edson José Neves Júnior


28/10/2016 (Friday) – Events by invitation only

9:00am-12:00pm: Business meeting with international guests and members of spcine

2:00-5:00pm – British Council Brasil (Sao Paulo)

Round Table Event: Imagining the BRICS: Case Study Brazil
Alessandra Meleiro – Associate Professor, Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar) and CEO of the Cultural Initiative Institute
Stephanie Dennison – Professor of Brazilian Studies and Director of Research Network Soft Power, Cinema and the BRICS, University of Leeds/ UK
Rachel Dwyer – Professor at SOAS, University of London and specialist in Indian cinema
Paul Cooke – Professor and Chair of World Cinemas, University of Leeds e researcher of South African cinema
Ciro Dias and Sergio Siscaro – Imagem Corporativa PR Agency
Débora Ivanov – Director of Ancine (National Film Agency)
Eric Klug – Deputy Diretor, British Council Brasil
Daniel Buarque – Journalist and blogger: Brasil: País do Presente
Maurício Savarese – Journalist, Associated Press e blogger: “A Brazilian Operating in This Area”
Florência Costa – Journalist and author of “Os Indianos”

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For more information: http://www.iniciativacultural.org.br/seminario
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