Kitty Hunter Blair (Stidworthy) will explore seven poems recited in the films “Mirror”, “Stalker” and “Nostalghia” – with her translations into English, and extracts from the films.
FRIDAY, 1st MARCH 2013, 7pm
Venue: Room LAB-006, Lord Ashcroft Building, Anglia Ruskin University, East Road, Cambridge CB1 1PT
Entrance from Broad Street, which can be seen on the very top of this map: Map of the ARU Cambridge Campus.
(Anglia Ruskin University on East Road is labelled with a crimson blob on this map of Cambridge city centre.)
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Kitty Hunter Blair has translated into English Andrei Tarkovsky’s “Sculpting in Time”, his “Diaries”, and the kinoroman “Andrei Rublёv”. For several years she has been translating selected poems by Arsenii Tarkovsky, to be published next year by Tate Publishing, with an introduction on the artistic kinship between father and son, and notes on the poems.
For many years Kitty Stidworthy taught Russian at the Slavonic Department of Cambridge University.
Entrance: CamRuSS and ARU members free, £3 adults, £1 students.
Refreshments (wine, juice and nibbles) will ve served.
Everyone is welcome!
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