Wednesday 22nd

8.30 Registration, RMIT University, Building 80 (445 Swanston Street), Level 10, Room 17

9am Welcome to Country, RMIT University, Building 80, Level 10, Room 17

9.15 Keynote: Prof. Lesley Stern (UC San Diego), RMIT University, Building 80, Level 10, Room 17 —Presented in partnership with the Ian Potter Foundation and the Centre for Communication, Politics and Culture, RMIT University.

11am The Story of the Kelly Gang (1906) Special Screening and Lecture, Old Melbourne Gaol —With Sally Jackson (NFSA) and Stephen Gaunson (RMIT University). Chaired by Liam Burke (Swinburne University of Technology). Presented with Swinburne University of Technology.

12.30 Lunch  (self-catered)

1pm Parallel Delegate Session A, RMIT University, Building 80, Level 10

Crime: Melbourne’s Mean Streets, Room 80.09.07

Screen Pedagogy and Practice, Room 80.09.09

Seeing Difference, Room 80.09.11

2.45 Parallel Delegate Session B, RMIT University, Building 80, Level 10

Authenticity, Affect and Place, Room 80.09.07

Melbourne Cinemagoing: Festivals, Exhibition, Distribution, Room 80.09.09

1970s Melbourne Screen Culture, Room 80.09.11

4pm Parallel Delegate Session C, RMIT University, Building 80, Level 10

Erasing/Remaking Melbourne, Room 80.09.07

Video Art and Experimental Film, Room 80.09.09

1990s Melbourne on Screen, Room 80.09.11

5.15 Opening Reception, RMIT University, Chapel Courtyard, Building 11 (off Franklin St)

7.15 Self-Guided Bluestone Laneways Walk —Delegates take a self-guided walk from the Reception Venue at RMIT (Chapel Courtyard) to the Treasury Theatre screening. The walk passes through several of Melbourne’s famous bluestone laneways and other bluestone landmarks. Pick up a map or download ‘Screening Melbourne Laneway Walk’ on the free PocketSights App for the iPhone (available on the App store). Presented with the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions.

8pm Special Screening and Live Performance, Treasury Theatre, 1 Macarthur Street —A rare screening of An Embroidery of Voids (2013) by contemporary video artist Daniel Crooks, accompanied by a live improvised performance by Melbourne sound art group Ricochet. Presented with the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions.