Monday 5 June 2017
State and Market. ‘Cultural interest’ between publishing and cinema.
A study day on funding of cultural products,
Luigi Einaudi Campus, Sala Lauree Blu Grande | Lungo Dora Siena 100, Turin
‘Cultural Interest’ is the category that allows access, in the cinematographic sphere, to ministerial funds for cultural products. But is support for culture really a guarantee of freedom of expression, untied from the tastes of the masses and patronage? Do the major figures in the cultural market, for example Mondazzoli in the publishing sphere, actually swallow up all those small and independent entities that do research, sustain quality and constitute, in many aspects, expressions of the Avant-garde?
To reply to these and many other questions, on Monday 5 June from 3:00 pm at the Luigi Einaudi Campus of the University of Turin (in the room Sala Lauree Blu Grande), CEST is organising a meeting day with important representatives of the cultural world. This is an initiative to address the theme of public and private funding in the cultural sphere, to discuss some of the rationales that direct them, and the rôle played by the concept of ‘cultural interests’ in two key sectors: publishing and cinema.
It is necessary to confirm your participation by writing to email@example.com or telephoning 011 5629 708
Rector of the University of Turin
Director of the Innovation Area of the Compagnia di San Paolo
Editorial Director at the Bruno Leoni Institute
Full Professor of Cinema, Photography and Television at the University of Bologna
Associate Professor of Cinema, Photography and Television at the Sapienza University at Rome
Councillor for Culture and Tourism in Piedmont.
Director of Venture Philanthropy at the CRT Foundation
Director of the BookCity Milan programme & President of the Ateatro Association
Editor of Rubbettino Publishing
Managing Director of Piedmont Film Investments
Journalist, formerly Editor in Chief of La Stampa
Journalist at il Sole 24 Ore
President of CEST