Visions6 Announces: The 2016 Conference Presenters
After months of reviewing paper submissions, Visions Film Festival & Conference is happy to reveal this year’s film scholars. On behalf of the entire Visions6 staff, we would like to thank everyone that submitted their work for consideration and applaud the range of topics covered. The following scholars will present their research papers in one conference block on April 15th, 2015 at UNCW’s Lumina Theater.
I'm a Creep, I'm a Weirdo: Masculinity, Gay Panic, and the Queer Other in Creep and The Gift by Kyle Turner (University of Hartford - West Hartford, CT)
Looking at Dear Zachary as an Example for "New-Wave Cinéma Vérité" by Travis Merchant (University of North Carolina Wilmington - Wilmington, NC)
Corruption and Innocence in "Broken Blossoms" and "Sunrise" by Katie Comfort (University of Florida - Gainesville, FL)
Universal’s Frankenstein Franchise: Sequelization, Re-issues, and Merchandising before the Blockbuster Era by Garrett Spake (University of North Carolina Wilmington - Wilmington, NC)
We are excited to have such a diverse line-up. Congratulations to all of the selected scholars, we look forward to your contribution to the event. More information about the scholars and their topics can be found at visionsffc.org. Badge registration is now open and can be completed on the Visions website by following this link visionsffc.org.