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Title: Global Gothic: A Festival of International Horror Films


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Halloween
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  • 2008

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  • The University of Stirling and
  • macrobert
  • in association with the
  • AHRC Global Gothic Network
  • present

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31 October - 2 November
Hallowe'en Gothic
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Friday October 31
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VAMPIRE NIGHT
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VAMPIRE NIGHT
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VAMPIRE NIGHT
  • Its Halloween
  • so
  • dress to kill

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Three Vampire Feature Films
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October 31. 6.00 pmFeature One Valerie and her
Week of Wonders
  • (Valerie a tyden divu)
  • 1970
  • dir. Jaromil Jires
  • Czechoslovakia

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Valerie and her Week of Wonders
  • Part fairy tale, part gothic horror
  • A young girls daydreams
  • A young girls sexual awakening

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Valerie and her Week of Wonders
  • Valeries village is swarming with vampires
  • even her own grandmother wants
  • to drink her blood

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Valerie and her Week of Wonders
  • One of the outstanding achievements of Czech New
    Wave Cinema

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Valerie and her Week of Wonders
  • one of those haunting,
  • dream-like films that
  • once seen is difficult to
  • forget. a symbol
  • soaked gothic fairytale
  • Kinoeye

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October 31. 9.00 pmFeature Two Frostbite
  • (Frostbiten)
  • 2006
  • Dir. Anders Banke
  • Sweden

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Frostbite
  • The arrival of two outsiders disturbs
  • some slumbering secret
  • Something is dreadfully wrong in
  • Norbotten

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Frostbite
  • Swedens
  • first
  • vampire film

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Frostbite
  • When vampires run amok through the long dark
    night of a Scandinavian winter,
  • its small comfort to know

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  • Dawn
  • is
  • just
  • a
  • month away

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Frostbite
  • Anders Banke's feature debut blends the
    supernaturally exotic and the mundanely parochial
    to dark comic effect (Film 4 Reviews)

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October 31. 11.30 pmFeature Three Eternal Blood
  • (Sangre Eterna)
  • 2002
  • Dir. Jorge Olguín
  • Chile

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Eternal Blood
  • What keeps you up at night?

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Eternal Blood
  • Carmilla has
  • some new
  • friends

Theres M. and Elizabeth and Martin and
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Eternal Blood
and theres Dahmer
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Eternal Blood
  • Vampires on the streets of Santiago?

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Eternal Blood
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Eternal Blood
  • Nuns with guns?

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Eternal Blood
  • This is one
  • tough
  • neighborhood

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Eternal Blood
  • perhaps

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Eternal Blood
  • Its only
  • a game

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Eternal Blood
  • Where does fantasy end
  • and
  • reality begin?

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Eternal Blood
  • Acclaimed soundtrack includes
  • Lucybell, Ver el fin
  • Joy Division, Shes lost control
  • Dorso, Sangre Eterna
  • Kanatrán, Nueva Sangre
  • Aldearoja, Manto Negro
  • Static X, Permanence
  • Lesbos in Love, The end
  • and more

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Saturday November 1
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Afternoon programme
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November 11.30 Childrens matineeGrampire
  • (aka My Grandfather is a Vampire)
  • Dir. David Blyth
  • 1992
  • New Zealand

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Grampire
  • with
  • Al Lewis,
  • Grandpa of
  • The Munsters

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Grampire
  • What if you found out your grandfather
  • was a vampire?

the fun kind
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Grampire
  • Lonnie is about
  • to have the
  • adventure of a
  • lifetime

This extremely original story is compulsive
viewing from beginning to end (Cinekid film
and television)
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November 11.30 Childrens matineeGrampire
  • Introduction by, and subsequent question
  • period with director David Blyth (Death
  • Warmed Up Red-Blooded American Girl)

One of the great mavericks of New Zealand
Film (NZ Listener)
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November 15.15 pm Scottish Gothic Shorts
Scottish Screen Archive National Library of
Scotland
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November 15.15 pm Scottish Gothic Shorts
  • Introduced by
  • Sarah Neely
  • Department
  • of
  • Film, Media and Journalism
  • University of Stirling

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Scottish Gothic Shorts
  • Robot Three
  • (Enrico Cocozza, 1951)
  • Petrol
  • (Enrico Cocozza, 1957)

Scottish Screen Archive National Library of
Scotland
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Scottish Gothic Shorts
  • Joyride
  • (Jim Gillespie, 1995)

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Scottish Gothic Shorts
  • Contorted Hazel (John Gorman, 2006)

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Scottish Gothic Shorts
  • Rose (Sergio Casci, 1998)
  • The screenings of the Scottish Gothic Shorts will
    be followed by a discussion

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Evening programme
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November 1Evening programme. 8.00 pm
  • The evening programme will be introduced by Ian
    Conrich,
  • Director of the Centre for New Zealand Studies,
  • Birkbeck, University of London

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ShortForklift Driver Klaus -The First Day on
the Job
  • (Staplerfahrer Klaus - Der erste Arbeitstag)
  • Dirs. Stefan Prehn and Jorg Wagner
  • 2000
  • Germany

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Forklift Driver Klaus -The First Day on the Job
  • Klaus has just
  • passed his forklift
  • drivers test

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Feature film Hair Extensions
  • (Exte / Ekusute)
  • 2007
  • Dir. Sion Sono
  • Japan

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Hair Extensions
A corpse that produces a sea of hair
A morgue attendant who decides to cash in
A new look at hair extensions
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Hair Extensions
  • Horror Jury Prize for Best Film
  • Austin Fantastic Fest (2007)

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Hair Extensions
  • Neatly balanced between genuine J-horror and
    J-horror pastiche
  • (Variety)

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Sunday November 2
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Afternoon programme
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November 24.00 Kiwi Gothic Shorts
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Kiwi Gothic Shorts
  • Introduced by Ian Conrich,
  • Director of the Centre
  • for New Zealand Studies,
  • Birkbeck, University of London

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Kiwi Gothic Shorts
  • Kitchen Sink
  • (1989, Alison Maclean)

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Kiwi Gothic Shorts
Larger Than Life (1997, Ellory Elkayem)
The French Doors (2001, Steve Ayson)
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Kiwi Gothic Shorts
A Moment Passing (1996, Charlie de Salis)
The Hole (1998, Brian Challis)
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Kiwi Gothic Shorts
Possum (1997, Brad McGann)
The Singing Trophy (1993, Grant Lahood)
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Kiwi Gothic Shorts
  • Nature's Way
  • (2006, Jane Shearer)

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Kiwi Gothic Shorts
  • The screening of the
  • shorts will be followed
  • by a talk and discussion
  • with Ian Conrich

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Evening programme
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Panel Discussion. 6.00 pmContemporary Gothic
Horror Filmfollowed by a wine and cheese
reception
  • Guest speakers will include, among others
  • David Blyth (Death Warmed Up Red Blooded
    American
  • Girl)
  • Ian Conrich
  • Louise Welsh (The Bullet Trick The Cutting Room
  • Tamburlaine Must Die)

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November 2. Evening programme. 8.00
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Short To Have and To Hold
  • To Have and To Hold
  • 2000
  • Dir. John Hardwick
  • UK

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To Have and To Hold
  • Filled with rich, fantastical imagery
  • and a penchant for the grotesque, To
  • Have And To Hold is a Grimm fairy tale
  • for the 21st century (BFI).

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Feature Film KM31
  • (Kilómetro 31)
  • 2007
  • Dir. Rigoberto Castañeda
  • Mexico

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KM31
  • The story of grief that never dies

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KM31
  • Trapped between
  • reality and ancient
  • legend, the legend
  • of La Llorona

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KM31
  • There are
  • worse things
  • than death

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  • Presented by
  • macrobert in association with the
  • University of Stirling and the
  • AHRC Global Gothic Network
  • 31 October - 2 November
  • Organisers
  • macrobert
  • Glennis Byron, Department of English,University
    of Stirling
  • Ian Conrich, Director of the Centre for New
    Zealand Studies,
  • Birkbeck, University of London
  • Sarah Neely, Department of Film, Media and
    Journalism, University of Stirling

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Hallowe'en Gothic
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