NYC Program Schedule

Women and the Silent Screen XI: Women, Cinema and World Migration
June 1 — 5, 2022
Museum of Modern Art — 11 W. 53rd St. betw/ 5th & 6th Film Entrance
Columbia University Dodge Hall – 116th & Broadway
Lenfest Center for the Arts, Katharina Otto-Bernstein Screening Room – 129th off Broadway
June 6, 2022 – Domitor archival screenings – Lenfest Center for the Arts

Museum of Modern Art, New York City
Wednesday June 1, 2022

Museum of Modern Art: Titus 2 Theatre
6:00 – 7:30 pm - Archivist panel: Preserving and Presenting Silent Era Women’s Films
Chair: Anne Morra (Curator, Department of Film, Museum of Modern Art - retired)
Dave Kehr (Curator, Department of Film, Museum of Modern Art)
Anna Kovalova (The Free University, Moscow)
Introduction: Barbara Moss (New York Women in Film and Television)
Conference Screening # 1: Women’s Film Preservation Fund Restorations + Edison Co.
The Daughter of Niagara. (American Kinema/Pathé Frères, US, 1910) cas. Pearl White. 35mm Archive/WFPF Grant recipient: George Eastman House [USR]. RT: 10 min.
The President’s Special. (Thomas A. Edison, Inc., US, 1914) cas.: Gertrude McCoy, Charles Ogle. 35mm. Archive: MoMA [USM]. RT: 12 min.

Columbia University in the City of New York
Thursday — Sunday, June 2 — 5, 2022

Lenfest Center for the Arts — Manhattanville Campus
Dodge Hall — Morningside Heights Campus

Thursday, June 2, 2022

Columbia: Lenfest Center for the Arts/Katharina Otto-Bernstein Screening Room (KOB)
Lenfest Center for the Arts – Manhattanville campus – 129th
9:00 am – 9:30 am – Registration + building entry COVID checks - Lenfest Lobby
9:15 – 9:30 am – Speaker set up
9:30 am – 10:30 am – Show-and-Tell – Lenfest KOB Screening Room 2nd floor
Host Chair: Hilary Hallett, Columbia University
Show-and-Tell #1 “Trailblazing Women of Silent Animation: New York & Beyond”
Mindy Johnson, CalArts/Drexel University/Woodbury University
Show-and-Tell #2: “Fabric Space to Film Space: From Fabric as 17th c. National Identity to Ada Hinton’s Costumes”
Drake Stutesman, New York University/Framework: Journal of Cinema and Media.
Show-and-Tell #3: “First Ladies of Shanghai Cinema, 1922-1929”
S. Louisa Wei, City University of Hong Kong
Show-and-Tell #4: “A Nose for Comedy, or How to Recognize Little Chrysia”
Elif Rongen-Kaynakci, EYE Filmmuseum
10:30 am – 11:00 am – Coffee Break 1 – Lenfest/The Lantern 8th fl. – Speaker set up
11:00 am - 11:15 am – Welcome: Sarah Cole, Dean of Humanities
11:15 am – 11:45 am – Show and Tell
Show-and-Tell #5: “Remarkable Women Behind the Camera” lobby cards
Dwight Cleveland, Columbia College Class of collector
Show-and-Tell #6: “Symbolist-Impressionist Networks: Gendered Choreographies, Intermedial
Mobilities and the Making of a Progressive Arts Cinema in Belle Epoque France”
Tami Williams, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
11:45 am – 12:30 pm Tribute to Madeline Matz:
Kim Tomodjoglou, Chair (independent scholar), Jon Gartenberg (Gartenberg Media Enterprises)
Ron Magliozzi (Museum of Modern Art)
Screen: A Duel for Love or The Sisters (Majestic Pictures, US, 1914) cas: Lillian & Dorothy Gish. RT: 15 min.
12:30 – 2:00 pm – Lunch 1 – Lenfest/The Lantern 8th fl. – Speaker set up
2:00 – 2:45 pm – Show-and-Tell – Lenfest – Katharina Otto-Berenstein Screening Room- 2nd fl.
Host Chair: Jane Gaines, Columbia University
Show-and-Tell #7: “Daughters of Mary and Gene: The Serial Queen’s Two Origins”
Daniel Lawrence Aufmann, University of Minnesota
Show-and-Tell #8: “The Romance of Orientalism and the Passions of Pearl White”
Jennifer M. Bean, University of Washington-Seattle
Show-and-Tell# 9: “From Pauline to Paolina: The Mystery Case of Paola Pezzaglina Greco,
Italian Serial Queen” – Monica Dall’Asta, University of Bologna (Italy)
2:45 – 3:00 Break – Speaker Set up
3:00 – 4:30 pm – Round Table: “Curating Cinema’s First Nasty Women” + screening
Moderator: Kate Saccone, University of Amsterdam or Maggie Hennefeld?
Maggie Hennefeld, University of Minnesota
Daniel Aufmann, University of Minnesota
Elif Rongen-Kaynakci, EYE Institute
Karen Pearlman, Macquarie University
video presentation: Enrique Moreno Ceballos and Dana Reason
4:30 – 4:45 – Speaker set up
4:45 – 5:30 pm - DH Workshop Show-and-Tell presentations
Show-and-Tell #10: “Transnational Networks of Iberoamerican Women in the Silent Era” 20 min.
Ainamar Clariana-Rodagut, Open University of Catalonia
Alessio Vincenzo Cardillo, Open University of Catalonia
Show-and-Tell #11: “The Women Film Pioneers Explorer: What Data Visualizations Can Tell Us About Women in Film History”
Sarah-Mai Dang, Phillips University Marburg
Show-and-Tell # 12: "The Media Ecology Project's Early U.S. Cinema Compendium:
New Digital Tools and Expanded Research Collections"
Mark Williams, Dartmouth College
5:30 – 7:30 pm – Dinner on your own – Manhattanville area
7:30 – 7:45 pm - Speaker set up
7:45 – 8:40 pm – Lenfest/KOB Screening Room 2nd fl.
Host Chair: Ron Gregg, Columbia University
Plenary Panel # 1 – Soviet Revolutionary Women
“I want to make a film about women” (Karen Pearlman, Australia, 2019) RT: 12 min.
Panelists: Chair, Karen Pearlman (Macquarie University, Australia) Anastasia Kostina (Yale University),
Anna Kovalova (The Free University, Moscow)
8:40 pm – 10:00 pm – Lenfest KOB Screening Room
Conference Screening #1: Esfir Shub’s Segodnya (1930): Banned in New Jersey
Introduction: Anastasia Kostina, Yale University
Segodnya / Today (Cannons or Tractors?). Dir.: Esfir Shub; sc.: Esfir Shub and Mark Tseitlin (Sovkino and Weltfilm, USSR, 1930)Russian intertitles. Archive: RGAKFD. RT: 75 min.
Translation: Tomi Haxhi, Columbia University

Friday, June 3, 2022

AM: Columbia: Dodge Hall 5th floor. PM: Lenfest Center for the Arts/KOB Screening Room 2nd fl.
Dodge Hall – Morningside Hts - 116th & Bway
9:15 – 9:30 am – Speaker set up + building entry COVID checks
9:30 am – 11:00 am - Panels - Dodge Hall 507, 508, 511
1.Gender, Mobility, and Processes of Modernization in Spanish Silent Cinema – Dodge 511
Panel Chair: Alejandra Rosenberg Navarro, New York University
“Vectors of Travel, Stardom, and Technology in Magazines and La sin ventura (Benito Perojo 1923)”
Eva Woods Peiró, Vassar College
"Mobility as Social Criticism in La aldea maldita (Florián Rey, 1930)
Susan Larson, Texas Tech University
"From Barcelona to the World: Travel and International Exhibitions in Madronita Andreu’s
Early Amateur Films (1929–1930)."
Alejandra Rosenberg Navarro, New York University
Discussant: Jordana Mendelson, New York University
2. From France to the United States: Where did French Women Movie Workers Go? – Dodge 508
Panel Chair: Aurore Spiers, University of Chicago
"Early Women Movie Workers at the Cinémathèque française."
Aurore Spiers, University of Chicago
"Juliette: from Family Genealogical Research to the Discovery of French Women Workers at the Bound Brook Pathé Factory, NJ."
Chantal Lafaurie & Patrice Lafaurie, independent scholars
"Mapping French Movie Workers in New Jersey."
Clara Auclair, University of Rochester/University of Paris Université Paris Cité
3.“Migrating Emotions in Motion” – Dodge 507
Panel Chair: Dominique Nasta, Université libra de Bruxelles
“Breaking Codes through Choreographic Empowerments: Conchita Montenegro in The Woman and the Puppet
Elisa Uffreduzzi, Université libre de Bruxelles
“Recasting Dance on the Silent Screen: Rita Sacchetto’s Balletens Datter
Mary Simonson, Colgate University
“When Betty Went to Brooklyn: Importing Ibsen’s ‘Scandinavian Woman’”
Vito Adriaensens, Columbia University/ Université libre de Bruxelles
11:00 am – 11:30 am – Coffee Break #2 – Dodge Hall 5th floor
11:15 – 11:30 am – Speaker set up
11:30 am – 1:00 pm – Panels - Dodge Hall 507, 508, 511
4. How Cinema Travelled: From or to New York – Dodge 511
Panel Chair: Giuliana Muscio, University of Padova
“Lina Cavalieri and Her Film Career in New York”
Giuliana Muscio, University of Padova
Elena Mosconi, University of Pavia
“Our P.O.V.: The Influence of Urban Migration on African American Women Filmmakers”
Aimee Dixon Anthony, George Mason University
“Ft. Lee, NJ and the World: A Girl’s Folly (Tourneur, Paragon, 1916)”
Constance Joan Balides, Tulane University
5. Immigrant Jewish Women in the Early Film Industry – Dodge 507
Chair: Elyse Singer, The Graduate Center CUNY
“Jetta Goudal: Legacy of a Shooting Star”
Alan Robert Ginsberg, Columbia University
“Oy, where is your clothes?”: Salomé, Mobility, and Silent Cinema”
Elyse Singer, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Transnational Film Careers – Dodge 508
Panel Chair: Maria Fosheim Lund
“Pathé wants to see our stuff”: Nell Sullivan and the Film Company of Ireland in America”
Veronica Johnson, independent scholar
“Caught in a Moment of Trans-Nationalism: Aud Egede Nissen”
Maria Fosheim Lund, National Library of Norway
“Lia Torá, a Brazilian Artist in Hollywood: Transnational Relations”
Luciana Corrêa de Araújo, Federal University of Sāo Carlos
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm – Lunch on your own – Morningside Heights area/or Meeting about Proceedings Editing – Lenfest Room 308 – access instructions TBA
2:15 – 2:30 pm – Speaker set up
2:30 pm – 4:00 pm – Panels – Dodge Hall 507, 508, 504, 511
7. Rethinking Hollywood History – Dodge 511
Panel Chair: Sarah Keller, University of Massachusetts Boston
“Blanche Walsh, the Forgotten Mother of Hollywood”
John Bredin, Stevens Institute of Technology
“The Hollywood Novel Before There was Hollywood”
Charles Musser, Yale University
“Immersion/Distraction in Women’s Early Narrative Films”
Sarah Keller, University of Massachusetts Boston
8. Film Criticism / Film Theory – Dodge 508
Panel Chair: Wanda Strauven
“Migration of Ideas: Filmliga, Dulac, and De Roos”
Ansje van Beusekom, Utrecht University
“Breaking Plates: Skilled Performance as Creative Cognition”
Karen Pearlman, Macquarie University
“The Deconstruction of Prejudices in Alice Guy’s French Films.”
Coraline Refort, Università degli Studi di Firenze/Université la Sorbonne Nouvelle
9. Between Ethnography and Colonial Documentary – Dodge 507
Panel Chair: Thomas Slater, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
“Isobel Wyllie Hutchison: Intrepid Explorer”
Barbara Evans, York University
“Silencing and Marginalization: Women in British Colonial Films about the Subcontinent”
Narmeen Ijaz, Indiana University Bloomington
“Women’s Diminished Presence in the Twenties: Marguerite Harrison and Cooper and Schoedsack’s Grass (1924)”
Thomas Slater, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
4:00 – 4:15 pm Break – Speaker set up
4:15 pm – 5:45 pm – DH Workshop # 1 Media Ecology Project – Dodge 511
Panels 4:15 – 5:11
10. Chinese Early Cinema – Dodge 507
Panel Chair: Louisa Wei, City University of Hong Kong
“The First Chinese Female Actors on the Screen”
Yue Pan, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
“Pu Shunqing and Her Screenwriting Practice in the Early Film Industry”
Jin Chen, City University of Hong Kong
11. Cross-Racial Performances and Racial Masquerade # 2 – Dodge 508
Panel Chair: Yiman Wang, University of California Santa Cruz
“When “Orientals” Became “Indians”: Gender, Race, Masquerade in “Indian Westerns””
Yiman Wang, University of California Santa Cruz
“The Artful Masquerade of ‘First Chinese Star’ Lady Tsen Mei”
Ramona Curry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Break – travel to Manhattanville Campus – bus or subway 116th to 125th st. stop
5:30 or 5:45 – 7:30 pm Dinner - on your own – Manhattanville campus choices
Travel to Lenfest Center for the Arts – Manhattanville campus – 129th
Take: 104 bus or #1 stop subway 116th to 125th st. stop – or walk

7:30 – 7:45 pm – Speaker set up
7:45 pm – 8:30 pm – Lenfest KOB Screening Room – 2nd floor
Host Chair: Rob King, Columbia University
Plenary Panel # 2: Teaching Screenwriting in the Silent Era and Today
Chair, Rob King (Columbia), Karlee Rodriquez (Columbia) and Andy Bienen (Columbia)
8:30 pm – 10:15 pm Lenfest/KOB Screening Room – 2nd floor
Conference Screening #2: Columbia Women & Silent Era Cinema
Introduction: Alece Oxendine, Columbia University
By Right of Birth. Dir. Harry A. Gant (Lincoln Motion Picture Company, US, 1921) cas.: Anita Thompson. Archive: Library of Congress [USW]. RT: 5 min.
Introduction: Jane Gaines, Columbia University
The Diver. sc.: Marguerite Bertsch (Vitagraph, US, 1913) Dutch intertitles. Archive: EYE Filmmuseum [NLA]. RT: 20 min.
Introduction: Kate Saccone (Univ. of Amsterdam)
The Waning Sex. Dir. Robert Z. Leonard, sc.: F. Hugh Herbert, Frederica Sagor [uncredited] (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., US, 1926) cas.: Norma Shearer. 35mm French intertitles. Archive: CNC/GP Archives. RT: 60 min.
Translation: Mathilde Hauducoeur (Columbia)

Saturday, June 4, 2022

AM: Columbia: Dodge Hall 5th floor. PM: Lenfest Center for the Arts/KOB Screening Room 2nd fl.
Dodge Hall 5th floor Morningside Heights 116th & B’way
8:30 am – Speaker Set up
9:00 am – 10:30 am - Panels - Dodge Hall 507 & 508, 511
DH Workshop # 2 “Methods, Tools, and Data: Challenges of Transdisciplinary Projects in Digital Feminist Historiography” – Dodge 511
Chair, Sarah-Mai Dang, Phillips University Marburg
Pauline Junginger, Phillips University Marburg
Leonie Biebricher, Phillips University Marburg
13. “The Modern Girl” Around the World – Dodge 507
Panel Chair: Veronica Pravadelli, Roma Tre University
“The American Girl in Italian Cinema and Global/Transnational Modernity”
Veronica Pravadelli, Roma Tre University
“Migrating Fashions, Mobile Bodies: ‘Modern Girls’ in Japanese Silent Cinema”
Kerstin Fooken, University of Hamburg
“Universal Actresses in Japan: Grace Cunard and Mary MacLaren”
Yuki Irikura, Waseda University
14. Women and Social Reform: Public Health, Film Education, and Eco Activism – Dodge 508
Panel Chair: Jennifer Lynn Peterson, Woodbury University
“Signal Achievements”: Women Filmmakers in Health and Education, 1910-1920”
Carolyn Condon Jacobs, Yale University
“Women, Sponsored Film, and the Save the Redwoods League”
Jennifer Lynn Peterson, Woodbury University
“’She Treated Students Like Colleagues’: Dorothy Arzner as Filmmaking Teacher”
Marty Norden, University of Massachusetts Amherst
10:30 am – 11:00 am – Coffee Break #3 – Dodge Hall 5th floor
10:45 – 11:00 am – Speaker set up
11:00 am – 12:30 pm – Panels - Dodge Hall 507, 508, 511
15. The World-Wide Search for Silent Screen Women – Dodge 507
Panel Chair: Mina Radovic
“Non-Muslim Actors of Istanbul and Female Visibility”
Canan Balan, Istanbul Rumeli University
“Ita Rina: Searching for the Serbian-Croatian-Yugoslavian Star of the Silent Screen”
Mina Radovic, Goldsmiths, University of London
“Wandering Women: Female European Stars in Pre-WWI Australasian Cinemas”
16.Cinema Migration/ World Migration – Dodge 508
Panel Chair: Heidi Cooley, University of Texas-Dallas
“Cinema is no Luxury: Venezuelan Prudencia Grifell as Diasporic Film Pioneer”
Leticia Berrizbeitia Anez, New York University
“Unsung Melodrama: Staging the Aural in Indian Silent Film”
Anupama Prabhala, Loyola Marymount University
“Leonora Carrington’s Imaginary Homelands: Cinema Migration between Mexico and the UK”
Lora Markova, Loughborough University London
17. Rethinking Archival Collection and Audience Studies – Dodge 511
Panel Chair: Hilary Hallett, Columbia
“To Bear Pain into Narrative: Autobiography & Female Audience Reception in Early Hollywood”
Diana W. Anselmo, Georgia State University
“Circuits of Mobility in Love and Duty (China, 1931)”
Kristine Harris, SUNY New Paltz
“Research Without Films: Dinah Shurey’s Networks and Intertexts in Context”
Christine Gledhill, University of Leeds
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm – Lunch # 2 – Dodge Hall 5th fl. – TBA: Room 501
1:30 – 2:30 pm – WFHI Business Meeting – Zoom + Dodge Hall 511
2:30 – 3:30 pm – Panels – Dodge Hall 507, 508, 511 - two-paper panels: TBA overflow
Break - travel to Manhattanville Campus – bus or subway 116th to 125th st. stop – or walk
Lenfest Center for the Arts – Manhattanville campus – 129th
4:15 – 4:30 pm – Speaker set up
4:30 – 5:30 pm – Lenfest Center for the Arts/ KOB Auditorium 2nd floor
Host Chair: TBA
Show-and-Tell #13: Theatre to Film Migration: Silent Era Actresses in New York”
Evangeline Morphos
Show-and-Tell #14: “Cosmopolitan Productions Set Design”
Vito Adriaensens, Columbia University/ Université libre de Bruxelles
Show-and-Tell #15: “From Stage to Screen: Thanhouser Studio (1910-1917)”
Ned Thanhouser, Thanhouser Company Film Preservation, Inc.
Dean DeFino, Iona College (New Rochelle, NY)
5:30 – 7:30 pm – Reception: The Lantern/Lenfest 8th fl. sponsor: Thanhouser Company & Iona College
7:15 – 7:30 pm – Speaker set up
7:30 pm – 10:30 pm Lenfest/KOB Screening Room – 2nd floor
Host Chair: Wanda Strauven
Conference Screening #3: Directed by Women: Comedy & Family Melodrama
Introduction: Ned Thanhouser (Thanhouser Company): 5 min.
Toodles, Tom and Trouble. Dir.: Edwin and Gertrude Thanhouser (Thanhouser Co., US, 1915). Archive: Library of Congress [USW]. RT: 13 min.
7:50 – 8:30 pm Lenfest/KOB Screening Room – 2nd floor
Introduction: Elif Rongen, Eye Filmmuseum, Amsterdam
Heather Linville, Motion Picture Laboratory, Library of Congress
8:30 – 10:00 pm: Screening
Just Around the Corner. Dir./sc.: Frances Marion (Cosmopolitan Productions, US, 1921) Archives: Library of Congress [USW] / EYE Filmmuseum [NLA]. RT: 87min.

Sunday, June 5, 2022

AM: Columbia: Dodge Hall 5th floor. PM: Lenfest Center for the Arts/KOB Screening Room 2nd fl.
Dodge Hall – Morningside Heights – 116th & B’way
8:30 - 9:00 am – Speaker set up
9:00 – 10:00 am - Panels - Dodge Hall 504, 507, 508, 511
19. The Chinese-American Motion Picture Legacy – Dodge 511
Panel Chair: Ying Qian, Columbia University
“Hollywood Orientalism, Chinese-American Exodus, and Shanghai Early Cinema: The Red Lantern (1919) and the Great Wall Picture Company”
Xin Peng, University of Washington
“My Great Grandmother: Marion E. Wong.”
Chris Kumaradjaja, Columbia University
20. Scandal and Trouble – Dodge 504
Chair: Kiki Loveday, University of California Santa Cruz
“Why Murder Matters: Towards an Irresponsible Women’s Film History”
Mark Lynn Anderson, University of Pittsburgh
“The Death of Sappho: Pola Negri’s Mad Love”
Kiki Loveday, University of California Santa Cruz
21. Adding Women to Russian Film History – Dodge 508
Panel Chair: Oksana Chefranova, Yale University
“Shadow in Azure, Temple of Fog”: Women’s Writings on Film in Russia”
Oksana Chefranova, Yale University
“A Widow’s Work: Reframing Russian Cinema”
Maria Corrigan, Emerson College
22. New Historiographies: Stage and Screen – Dodge 507
Panel Chair: Julie Stone Peters, Columbia University
“Histories of German Women Movie Makers through Data Visualizations”
Marlene Leonie Biebricher, Phillipps University Marburg
““I Miss the Audience”: Stage Comediennes in Silent Film”
Kristen Anderson Wagner, Sacramento City College
10:00 – 10:30 am – Coffee Break # 4 – Dodge Hall – 5th floor
10:15 – 10:30 am – Speaker set up
10:30 – 11:30 am – Panels - Dodge Hall 507, 508, 511
23. Cross-Racial Performances and Racial Masquerade # 2 – Dodge 511
Panel Chair: Briand Gentry, University of Michigan
“Wild Woman: Doubled Mimesis and Imperial Fantasy in Doraldina’s Hula”
Briand A. Gentry, University of Michigan
“Asta Nielsen: Undoing Binary, Redoing Hybridity”
Cheunsumon Dhamamitayakul, Chulalongkorn University
24. Shanghai Silent Cinema – Dodge 507
Panel Chair: Yumo Yan, University of Washington
“Shanghai Silent Cinema and the Melodrama of Feminist Film Historiography”
Rongyi Lin, Northwestern University
“Claiming Modernity: Class-based Female Moviegoing in 1920s and 1930s Shanghai”
Yuomo Yan, University of Washington
Break - travel to Manhattanville Campus – bus or subway 116th to 125th st. stop – or walk Lenfest Center for the Arts – Manhattanville campus – 129th
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm – Lunch #3 – Lenfest/The Lantern 8th fl.
1:30 – 2:45 pm – Lenfest/KOB Screening Room – 2nd floor
Conference Screening #4: International Serial Queen Rarities Pt. 1
Introduction: Jane Gaines, Columbia University
Host Chair: Jane Gaines, Columbia University
The Girl Spy Before Vicksburg. Dir.: Sidney Olcott, sc.: Gene Gauntier (Kalem Company, US, 1910) cas.: Gene Gauntier. Original:Dutch intertitles. Archive: EYE Filmmuseum [NLA] RT: 14m.
Introduction: Annie Berman, Columbia Univeristy
Filmens vovehals. Dir.: unknown, sc.: unknown (Filmfabriken Danmark, Denmark, 1923), cas.: Emilie Sannom. Danish intertitles with English subtitles. Archive: Danish Film Institute [DKK] RT: 8 min.
Introduction: Annie Berman, Columbia University
Pearl of the Army. Dir.: Edward José, sc.: George B. Seitz (Astra Film Co., US, 1916–17) cas.: Theodore Friebus, Pearl White. Chap. 6, Major Brent’s Perfidy.” Archive: Library of Congress [USW] RT: 10 min.
Introduction: Zhen Zhang, New York University
Nüxia bai meigui/The Valiant Girl Nicknamed White Rose. Dir.: Whitman Chant, sc.: Sun Ven-Chin and C. C. Koo (China, 1929) cas.: Wu Suxin. Mandarin and English intertitles. Archive: China Film Archive RT: 27 min. Total RT: 59 m + Intros = EST. 75 min.
Break: 2:45 – 3:00 pm – Speaker set up
3:00 – 3:45 pm – Lenfest/KOB Screening Room – 2nd fl.
Plenary Panel # 3: Serial Queen Craze in Japan and Korea
Chair: Yuki Irikura, Waseda University
Chonghwa Chung, Senior Researcher, Korean Film Archive (Seoul):
The Broken Coin (1916) and the Origins of Korean Cinema”
Rudmer Canjels, Independent Scholar (Amsterdam): Japanese Reception of American Serial Queens
3:45 – 5:00 pm – Lenfest/KOB Screening Room - 2nd fl. = 75 min.
Conference Screening #5: International Serial Queen Rarities Pt. 2
Introduction: Mark Cooper, University of South Carolina
The Purple Mask. Dir./sc.: Grace Cunard, Francis Ford (Stern Film Co./Universal Mfg. Co., US, 1917) cas.: Grace Cunard, Francis Ford, Jean Hathway. Chap. 13, “The Leap.” Archive: Library of Congress [USW]. RT: 11 min.
Introduction: Monica Dall’Asta (University of Bologna)?
Protéa. Dir.: Victorin-Hippolyte Jasset (Éclair, France, 1913) cas.: Josette Andriot, Alexandre Arquillière. French intertitles. Archive: Cinémathèque Française. RT: approx. 50 min./excerpts
Translation: Mathilde Hauducoeur (Columbia University)
Introduction: Daniel Aufmann (University of Minnesota)
Wolves of Kultur (Western Photoplays, Inc., US, 1918) cas.: Leah Baird, Charles Hutchison.
Chap. 14, “Code of Hate” Archive: Lobster Films [FRL]. RT: 22 min.
Dinner & Reception
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm Lenfest/The Lantern 8th fl. – Dinner/Reception: C.V. Starr East Asian Library
8:15 pm – 10:45 pm – Lenfest/KOB Screening Room - 2nd fl.
Conference Screening #6: Love and Duty (1931) and Silent Shanghai Melodrama
Host Chair: Jim Cheng, C.V. Starr East Asian Library, Columbia
Introduction: Kristine Harris, SUNY New Paltz
Love and Duty. Dir.: Wangcang Bu (Lianhua Film Co., China, 1931) cas: Ruan Lingyu.
Archive: Taiwan Film & Audiovisual Institute. RT: 150 min.

Monday, June 6, 2022
Domitor Conference - archival screenings from U.S. Library of Congress
(Domitor registrants pre-Online conference - June 9 – 12, 2022)

Columbia University in the City of New York
Lenfest Center for the Arts Manhattanville campus/Katharina Otto-Bernstein Screening Room Schedule – 9:00 am - TBA