From 5-7 November 2020, the Birmingham City University and the Black Sands Educational Project will be hosting the 14th ‘International Conference and Festival on Global Cult Film Traditions’, featuring online academic presentations as well as industry panels and a streamed film festival. The theme of this year, ‘Representations as Weapons: Cult Film and the Politics of Resistance’, considers how classic and contemporary cult film genres enact the struggle for representations of various ethnicities, genders and divergent groups. Abstracts (300 words) considering cult film case-studies in relation to this theme can be submitted until 21 September 2020. More information can be found here.
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