HOLLYWOOD MEMORIES at the HoMER Conference 2024

Kathleen Loock, Alejandra Bulla, Yining Zhang, and Stefan Dierkes of the HOLLYWOOD MEMORIES project are part of the panel “Hollywood Memories: Film Consumption and Reception Practices in China, Mexico, and Germany” at the 2024 HoMER conference in Rio de Janeiro.

HoMER (History of Moviegoing, Exhibition, and Reception) is an international research network founded in 2004, so this year marks the 20-year celebration. The goal of the network is to advance understanding of the international phenomena of moviegoing, exhibition in movie theaters, and the reception of films.

Kathleen Loock will give a talk on “Global Hollywood, Global Movie Generations?” Yining Zhang’s talk is on “Negotiating National Identity and Hollywood Narratives: Cinematic Remaking and Chinese Generational Audiences,” Alejandra Bulla’s talk is on “Mexican Cinema Between Iconicity and Monopolization, or, Infante vs. Derbez,” and Stefan Dierkes’ talk is on “Multigenerational Childhood Memories of Hollywood in Germany.”

Image by Lies Van de Vijver.

Register now to participate in the HOLLYWOOD MEMORIES project!

You want to be part of the project and share your memories of Hollywood movies with us? Then register here to participate. We will let you know when the questionnaire is launched on our digital research platform.

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