Unravelling Shtisel Season 3
Monday, June 28 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pmFree
Join Dr. Julia Wagner as she unravels the latest season of Shtisel. This presentation brings a psychoanalytical perspective to explore the themes of doubles, dreams and death as they play out in the yearnings and frustrations of the Shtisel family. No prior reading is necessary, but familiarity with Shtisel is recommended. Season 3 of Shtisel, starring Michael Aloni (Akiva), Doval’e Glickman (Shulem), Neta Riskin (Giti) and Shira Haas (Ruchami), is available to view at this LINK.
Dr. Julia Wagner is a London-based lecturer and writer specializing in film and television. She holds a PhD in Film Studies (UCL) and an MA in Italian Studies (University of Edinburgh). She lectures widely, including teaching Film Studies courses for adults and regularly presenting her research at cultural centres and international conferences. Julia’s writing about film and television has been published by the British Film Institute, Sight and Sound, Huffington Post UK, Jewish Quarterly journal and The Jewish Chronicle. She recently curated Jewish Britain on Film, a JW3/BFI-funded archive project, and contributed to the British Film Institute’s Fellini Centenary season in 2020. Julia hosts Q&As with filmmakers and is passionate about film education and public engagement. Twitter: @jrwagz. Website: www.juliawagnerfilm.com
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