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“At School with The Man Who Knew Too Much” A Lecture by Murray Pomerance

September 15 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Date:
September 15
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Venue

‘Huston Main’, Huston School of Film & Digital Media
NUI Galway Ireland

Organizer

Sean Crosson
Email:
Sean.Crosson@nuigalway.ie

“At School with The Man Who Knew Too Much” A Lecture by Murray Pomerance

Sponsored by the Discipline of English and the Huston School of Film & Digital Media

15 September 2017, from 2-4 pm in Huston Main

Murray Pomerance is Professor in the Department of Sociology at Ryerson University. He is the author of The Man Who Knew Too Much (BFI, 2016), A King of Infinite Space (Oberon, 2017), Moment of Action: Riddles of Cinematic Performance (Rutgers, 2016), Marnie (BFI, 2014), The Economist (Oberon, 2014), The Eyes Have It: Cinema and the Reality Effect (Rutgers, 2013), Alfred Hitchcock’s America (Polity, 2013), Tomorrow (Oberon, 2012), Michelangelo Red Antonioni Blue: Eight Reflections on Cinema (California, 2011), Edith Valmaine (Oberon, 2010), The Horse Who Drank the Sky: Film Experience Beyond Narrative and Theory (Rutgers 2008), Johnny Depp Starts Here (Rutgers 2005), An Eye for Hitchcock (Rutgers 2004), Savage Time (Oberon 2005), and Magia D’Amore (Sun and Moon, 1999). His book Ici Commence Johnny Depp was published by Éditions Capricci in 2010; and Johnny Depp: Betrachtungen zu einem Schauspieler appeared from Reinhard Weber Verlag in 2006.

He has edited or co-edited numerous volumes, including George Cukor: Hollywood Master (Edinburgh, 2015), The Last Laugh: Strange Humors of Cinema (Wayne State, 2013), Hollywood’s Chosen People: The Jewish Experience in American Cinema (Wayne State, 2012), Shining in Shadows: Movie Stars of the 2000s (Rutgers 2011 (Rutgers 2006), From Hobbits to Hollywood: Essays on Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings (Rodopi 2006), American Cinema of the 1950s: Themes and Variations (Rutgers 2005), Where the Boys Are: Cinemas of Masculinity and Youth (Wayne State 2005).