lukas brasiskis online portfolio

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ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

"Historical Contingencies in Šar┼źnas Bartas’ Early Films". East European Film Bulletin, December, 2016.

"What is New about “New Europe” in Contemporary European Cinema? East, West and Centre: Reframing Post-1989 European Cinema". Senses of Cinema, 4/2015. La Trobe University, 2015.

"A Broad Family of Images: André Bazin on the New Media of His Time". Published in Screening the Past, a peer-reviewed Journal of Screen History, Theory & Criticism. ISSN 1328-9756. Issue 39, 2015.

“Implications of Found and Archival Footage Cinema to the Re-evaluation of Historical Narrative. A Case-study of Revue, a Film by Sergei Loznitsa”. Published in the academic journal Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis. Volume 64: “Visual culture: problems and interpretations” (ed. by Monika Saukaite, PhD), ISSN 1392-0316. Vilnius Academy of Arts. 2012 Spring Issue.

“Non-Representational Cinema: from André Bazin to Gilles Deleuze”. Published in the academic journal Religion and Culture., Vol. 11, 2012, ISSN 1822-4539. Vilnius University. 2012 Fall Issue.


BOOK CHAPTERS 

“Film Archive and Memory of History”. Published in the peer-reviewed book Film and Philosophy (Kinas ir Filosofija, ed. Nerijus Milerius, PhD), Vilnius University Press, 2013. ISBN 978-609-459-228-7. Published in 2013.

“The Possibility of Non-representational Realism: From André Bazin to Nowadays”. Published in the peer-reviewed book Film and Philosophy (Kinas ir Filosofija, ed. by Nerijus Milerius, PhD), Vilnius University Press, 2013. ISBN 978-609-459-228-7. Published in 2013.

“Cinema in the Age of Television and New Media: From Movement of Images to Moving People”. Accepted for publication in the forthcoming book A Short Film History. From 1940’s till Nowadays (Trumpa kino istorija. Nuo XX a. 5-ojo desimtmecio iki XXI a. pradzios, ed. Aukse Kancereviciute), VKS Press. ISBN 978-609-95289-1-5. Published in 2013.

“Architecture of Space in the Films of Apichatpong Weerasethakul”. Accepted for publication in the forthcoming book A Short Film History. From 1940’s till Nowadays (Trumpa kino istorija. Nuo XX a. 5-ojo desimtmecio iki XXI a. pradzios, ed. Aukse Kancereviciute), VKS Press. ISBN 978-609-95289-1-5. Published in 2013.

“Philosophy of Béla Tarr’s Cinema”. Accepted for publication in the forthcoming book A Short Film History. From 1940’s till Nowadays (Trumpa kino istorija. Nuo XX a. 5-ojo desimtmecio iki XXI a. pradzios, ed. Aukse Kancereviciute), VKS Press. ISBN 978-609-95289-1-5. Published in 2013.

“The Stories of Ordinary People in Films of Aki Kaurismäki”. Accepted for publication in the forthcoming book A Short Film History. From 1940’s till Nowadays (Trumpa kino istorija. Nuo XX a. 5-ojo desimtmecio iki XXI a. pradzios, ed. Aukse Kancereviciute), VKS Press. ISBN 978-609-95289-1-5. Published in 2013.


OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Regular contributions to the Lithuanian quarterly film culture-devoted magazine Kinas (Cinema), (ed. by Zivile Pipinyte) 2008-till now.

Selected articles:

"Review of Thomas Elsaesser's book Film Theory: An Introduction Through the Senses", 2013/1 (321)

“Recycling Film Archive. Contemporary Practices”, 2012/4 (320).

“Reading Mikhail Iampolski’s book Language, Body, Chance: Cinema and the Search for Meaning”, 2012/2 (318).

“Hello Cinema, Hello Cinephilia. On the Workshop by Jacques Ranciere, Martin Arnold and Jonathan Rosenbaum”, 2012/1 (317).

“Desire to Make Films. An Interview with Thierry Jousse” 2011/4 (316).

“The Limits and Potentialities of Terrence Malick’s Cinema”. 2011/3 (315).

“The Memory which is Not Archived Yet. A Review of Films by Kamal Aljafari”, 2011/2 (314).

“Where to Place a Camera? Some Thoughts About the Political Nature of Cinema”, 2010/4 (312).

“Tribeca Film Festival. A Mirror of Today’s U.S. Independent Cinema?”, 2010/2 (310).

“Cinematic Realism: In Between Naiveté and Philosophy”, 2010/1 (309).

“Any-Space-Whatever: Cinematic Space in Transition”. Published in the online academic journal of the Media Studies program Immediacy (ed. by Sumita Chakravarty, PhD). The New School University. 2011 Spring Issue.

Cinematic Spacetimeship. An educational book under preparation. To be prepared in December 2013.

Cinema as a Tool for Understanding the Other, an educational material prepared for the film education program “Film at my School”. Published by Media and Film Education Center “Meno avilys”. April 2008.

 

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Fall 2014 - Spring 2020. Ph.D. Candidate

at the Department of Cinema Studies,

New York University (NYU)

 

 

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