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In Flagrante Depicto: Film in/on Trial

Cardozo Law Review

Wednesday, May 6, 2009 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)

New York, NY

In Flagrante Depicto: Film in/on Trial

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In flagrante depicto

Film in/on Trial

 

 

International Conference

New York, May 7-8, 2009

 

 

 

Presented by:

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

Jacob Burns Institute for Advanced Legal Studies

Cardozo Law Review

Institut d’histoiredu temps present (Paris)

 

 

PROGRAM


Wednesday, May 6, 2009

 

6:30 SCREENING AND DISCUSSION: Blues by the Beach (2004)

Presented by Jerry Rudes, Founder and Director of the Avignon/New York Film Festival

 

In April 2003, filmmakers gathered at Mike’s Place, a live music bar by the beach in Tel Aviv. Their intentions were to create a documentary and show the world that there is more to the Middle East than seemingly endless war and terrorism. However, filming people having a good time comes to an abrupt end when harsh reality hits Mike’s Place and changes the course of the film.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is a very, very important film. It ranks along with One Day in September as an actual, undeniable presentation of the unmitigated horror of terrorism. Terrorism is the directed, purposeful taking of innocent life for supposedly political purposes.  Innocent life is innocent life—at the World Trade Center or in Tel Aviv—its extinction is an act of bestiality. To which fact this film bluntly and incontestably testifies”       -David Mamet

 

Blues by the Beach received the “Best Documentary” Award at the 12th Avignon/NY Film Festival and the Conflict & Resolution Award at the Hamptons International Film Festival

 

7:45 Question and Answer Session with Jack Baxter, Producer

 


Thursday, May 7, 2009

Morning Schedule

 

8:30 Registration

 

9:00 Welcome and Introduction

Peter Goodrich, Cardozo School of Law

Nathaniel Boyer, Editor-in-Chief, Cardozo Law Review

 

 

9:15 Theory, Film, Law – Common Trajectories

Cees Maris, Amsterdam University, Chair

Simon Critchley, New School University

Zidane

Renata Salecl, London School of Economics

Love and Law in Times of Magical Thinking

 

 

11:00 Coffee Break

 

 

11:15 The Place of the Witness

Steven Keslowitz, Cardozo School of Law, Chair

Christian Delage, University of Paris 8 and Institut d’histoire du temps present (CNRS)

The Place of the Witness: From Nuremberg to the Khmer Rouge Trials

Guy Saguez, Film Director, Paris

Filming The Trial of Paul Touvier

Regina Austin, University of Pennsylvania

Documentation, Documentary, and the Law: What Should be Made of Video Victim Impact Statements?

 

 

1:15 Lunch


Thursday, May 7, 2009

Afternoon/Evening Schedule

 

 

2:15 The Stage of Law

Ed Dimendberg, University of California at Irvine

The Moving Image Installations of Diller Scofidio and Renfro: Problems  of Law and Public Space

Christian Biet, University of Paris 10

Filming a Theatrical Representation: The Genocide in Rwanda

Paul Raffield, Warwick University

Shakespeare on Screen

 

 

4:00 IMAGE, EVIDENCE, LAW

Stanley Fish, Florida International University

“The Fugitive”

Kyle McGee, Edinburgh University

Description and the Evidentiary Production of Images

Jessica Silbey, Suffolk University Law School

Evidence Verite and the Law of Film

 

6:00 Coffee Break

 

6:15 SCREENING AND DISCUSSION: Fatherland (2006)

Presented by Manfred Becker, Director

Fatherland is a personal essay on history and memory.  A filmmaker sets out on a quest to understand his father’s past and what it means to be German living in the shadow of history.

Bernadette Wegenstein, Johns Hopkins University, Discussant

 

 


Friday, May 8, 2009

Morning Schedule

 

 

9:00 PHILOSOPHY, FILM AND LAW

Charles Yablon, Cardozo School of Law, Chair

Nathan Moore, University of London

The Movies of Wim Wenders

Thanos Zartaloudis, University of London

Theo Angelopoulos’s “Eternity and a Day”

William Egginton, Johns Hopkins University

Affect and Law in Almodovar’s Movies

 

 

11:00 Coffee Break

 

 

11:15 LAW, FILM, hIGH AND POPULAR CULTURE

Barak Orbach, University of Arizona, Chair

Marco Wan, University of Hong Kong

Johnny To’s “Justice, My Foot”

Barbara Villez, University of Paris 8

Caught in the Act of Picturing: television courtroom dramas

Alex Murray, University of Exeter

Notes on Autopsy

 

 

1:15 Lunch


Friday, May 8, 2009

Afternoon Schedule

 

 

2:15 FILM AND JUDGMENT – FROM CITATION OF MOVIES TO THE DRAMA OF LEGAL THOUGHT

Anthony Sebok, Cardozo School of Law, Chair

Lior Barshack, The Interdisciplinary Centre, Israel

Frederico Fellini, The Reality Principle and the Rule of Law

Anne Bottomley, University of Kent

Lines of Vision, Lines of Flight: “The Belly of an Architect”

 

 

 

3:30 VISUAL ADVOCACY, DIGITAL MEDIA, RECEPTION AND PERSUASION

Bruce Hay, Harvard University

Primal Mises en Scène

Richard Sherwin, New York Law School

Legimatrix

Linda Mills, New York University; Peter Goodrich, Cardozo School of Law

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When & Where


Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
55 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10003

Wednesday, May 6, 2009 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)


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This event is co-sponsored by:

* Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

     A program in Arts and Humanities

* Institue d'histoire du temps present

* Cardozo Law Review

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