Professor Stephen Marsh

Tuesday 19 May 2015, 6pm, Room 110, School of Arts, Birkbeck, University of London, 43 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PD

This talk focuses on the politics of marginality on the 1970s work of Catalan experimental filmmaker Antoni Padrós. It seeks to draw parallels between formal experiment and political militancy in Padrós’ two full-length features from this period, Lock Out (1973) and The Shirley Temple Story (1976).

Stephen Marsh is Associate Professor in the Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies at University of Illinois at Chicago. He specialises in Hispanic film, cultural theory, urban studies and Spanish politics. His publications include Popular Spanish Film Under Franco: Comedy and the Weakening of the State (2006) and Gender and Spanish Cinema (with Parvati Nair, 2004).

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Listen to the podcast of this event here.

This event is part of Birkbeck Arts Week.

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