Ágnes Petho is Professor of Film Studies at the Department of Film, Photography and Media of the Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania in Cluj-Napoca (Romania). She is also the executive editor of the peer-reviewed journal, Acta Universitatis Sapientiae: Film and Media Studies.
Ágnes Petho: The Art of In-Betweenness in Contemporary Eastern European Cinema
Entangled Sensations, Cinema in-between the Arts 1. Hajnal Király: Intermedially Emotional. Musical Mood-Cues, Disembodied Feelings in Contemporary Hungarian Melodramas 2. Judit Pieldner: Black-and-White Sensations of History and Female Identity in Contemporary Polish and Czech Cinema 3. Ágnes Petho: Sculpture and Affect in Cinema's Expanded Field. From Aleksey Gherman Sr.'s Hard to be a God to Aleksey Gherman Jr.'s Under Electric Clouds 4. Mareike Sera: Intermedial Densities in the Work of Jan Svankmajer. A Media-Anthropological Case Study
Immersions into Memory, Culture and Intermediality 5. Christina Stojanova: Trickster Narratives and Carnivalesque Intermediality in Contemporary Romanian Cinema 6. Melinda Blos-Jáni: Photographic Passages to the Past in Eastern-European Nonfiction Films 7. Katalin Sándor: Trauma, Memorialization and Intermediality in Jasmila Zbanic's For Those Who Can Tell No Tales 8. Fatima Chinita: An Immersive Theatrical Journey through Media and Time in Alexander Sokurov's Russian Ark
Reflections upon Reality, Representation and Power 9. Malgorzata Bugaj: The Real and the Intermedial in Alexander Sokurov's Family Trilogy 10. Zsolt Gyenge: This is Not Magritte. Corneliu Porumboiu's Theory of Representation 11. Gabriel Laverdičre: Digital Détrompe l'Oeil and Contemporary Polish Narrative Cinema 12. Bence Kránicz: False Gods. Superhero Genre and Graphic Storytelling in Contemporary Hungarian and Russian Cinema