Unibz Panel: Crossovers 2
Crossovers: Films as Tools for Social Research
‘Crossover’ is a term used in film and fiction to describe situations in which two or more characters, ambience, or objects from different fictional contexts, merge and interact in a novel setting. It is like a superhero falling for madame Bovary, or, for that matter, the social sciences engaging films as tools for research and dissemination.
Crossovers will overlap with the Alpenländische Kooperation Workshop (ZeLIG School for Documentary & IDM – South Tyrol Film Commission) and the BOLZANO FILM FESTIVAL BOZEN, an international event attracting filmmakers from all over Europe, creating a crossover of populations, ideas, and languages. Discussion — academic and non-academic — will address, for one thing, filmmaking as a research tool and a means to teach the social sciences.
The Program: Friday 21 April, 10:15—19:30
10:15 Introduction Kikero (students’ association, Unibz), Students’ (film) audiences
10:30 Keynote 1 (IDM Jour Fix) Nicolò Gallio, What is Audience Design?
11:45 Keynote 2 Isona Admetlla, Audience strategies for Film Festivals
14:30 Talk The audience strategy of small & medium film festivals
Chair: Vincenzo Bugno, Thomas Hailer, Niccolo Castelli, Nicoletta Romeo, Sergio Fant
16:00 Talk The future of (young) audiences
Chair: Roberto Farneti, Isona Admetlla, Nicolò Gallio & Birgit Oberkofler
17:30 Final remarks
18:00-24:00 The day’s program will continue at the Centro Trevi (with the film: Herthilde Gabloner/Maria Gardena: la donna che visse due volte, di Franco Delli Guanti e Ludovico Maille) and then at the Bolzano Film Festival Bozen with more films, talks, presentations, concerts, and events.