Happy Hour Discussion with Writer and Director Pedro Neves Marques
7 June 2016
University of Reading
Part of the AHRC-FAPESP funded project ‘Towards an Intermedial History of Brazilian Cinema: Exploring Intermediality as a Historiographic Method’
Pedro Neves Marques is an artist, writer, and filmmaker, whose work draws surprising connections between technology and the natural world. His 2013 experimental film, Where to Sit at the Dinner Table?, explores the genealogies of colonialism, anthropology, and ecology, and focuses especially on the resonance of cannibalism in the history of Brazil.
CFAC hosted an intimate event that featured a discussion of the film with the director, as well as a short text by Neve Marques.