1/17 Maria Belodubrovskaya: 'The Adventures of Classical Plotting in the Land of the Bolsheviks'

The Department of Cinema and Media Studies invites you to:


“The Adventures of Classical Plotting in the Land of the Bolsheviks”

A public lecture by Maria Belodubrovskaya (Associate Professor of Film, University of Wisconsin-Madison)


Thursday, January 17 at 4:00pm

Room 307

Cobb Lecture Hall, 5811 S. Ellis Ave


Maria Belodubrovskaya is an Associate Professor of Film at the University of Wisconisn-Madison. Her current book, Not According to Plan: Filmmaking under Stalin (Cornell UP, 2017) is a history of Soviet filmmaking during the Stalin era (1930-1953), which focuses in particular on the relationship between the state and the film community.


Belodubrovskaya’s research interests include film history, film stylistics, Russian/Soviet cinema, Soviet intellectual history and visual culture, theories of film and ideology, mass art, genre and narrative theory, industry history, production cultures, and cognitive approaches to film spectatorship.