08.01.2005

Monday Night — Olga Solovieva — Pasolini

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Date/Time: 01/08/2005 12:00 am


Monday Night 08.01.05 — Discussion/Talk — Olga Solovieva
Contents:
1. About this Monday Night
2. About Olga Solovieva
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1. About this Monday Night
What: Presentation / Discussion
Where: 16 Beaver Street, 4th floor (directions below)
When: Monday Night 08.01.05 @ 7:30 Pm
Who: Open To All
This Monday night, film scholar Olga Solovieva
will present a talk entitled “The Scene of Christ, or
the Embodied Camera in Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Il
Vangelo Secondo Matteo”
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2. About Olga Solovieva
Olga Solovieva is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department
of Comparative Literature at Yale University with a
dissertation in cultural studies entitled “A Discourse
Apart: the Body of Christ and the Practice of Cultural
Subversion.” She studied at the Moscow State
University and graduated from the Free University
Berlin with MA in German and Russian literatures.
Olga teaches courses and writes articles on cinema,
especially on Fassbinder, Fritz Lang, Godard,
Pasolini, and Tarantino.
Her writing on Fassbinder’s The Bitter Tears of Petra
von Kant can be found at:

http://www.filmlinc.com/fcm/11-12-2002/fassbinder2.htm

This summer Olga is teaching a course called “Quentin
Tarantino, Film, and Pulp Culture” at The Yale Summer
Film Institute.

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