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 Saturday 12 June 2010

::: Mythologizing the Transition :::
A Symposium on Bahram Beyzaie’s Cinema and Theatre

Organized by Dr Saeed R. Talajooy

Haldane Room (South Cloister)
University College London,
Gower Street, WC1E 6BT
(campus map www.ucl.ac.uk/map)

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Welcome and Introduction (1pm-1.30pm)

Beyzaie and the Rejuvenation of Iranian Performing Traditions
Dr Saeed R. Talajooy (UCL)

Panel 1 : 1.30pm-2.45pm
  Play 1 : 3.15pm- 4pm

Ta‘ziyeh and the Films of Bahram Beyzaie
Dr Nacim Pak-Shiraz
(Institute of Ismaili Studies)

Music and the Negotiation of Otherness in Iranian Cinema: Bashu, the
Little Stranger

Dr Laudan Nushin (City University)


directed by Rosanna Jahangard and Saeed R. Talajooy

Performed by students of the University of Reading

Q & A (4pm-4.30pm)

Panel 2 : 5pm-6pm
  Play 2 : 6.30- 8.30pm

A Journey into Night: Bahram Beyzaie’s Silence
Dr Proshot Kalami (Loughborough University)

Dramaturgical Structure of Death of Yazdgerd
Vahid (Artistic Director of Goossun Art-illery)


Death of Yazdgerd
directed by Sudipto Chatterjee

Performed by students of Loughborough University

Q & A 8.30pm-9pm

The venue for this play is:
UCL Garage Studio
Gordon Street, WC1E 6BT
Map: www.ucl.ac.uk/maps


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