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Published on May 11, 2012

Cine-Excess VI focuses on global adaptations of cult narratives, genres, themes and icons across a broad range of media and fiction formats. From pulp novels into pulp horror films and recent big budget blockbuster remakes of marginal midnight movies, to nationally defined interpretations of the pre-established extreme, the cult image remains a fascinating index of adaptation, whose wide array of remakes, renditions and realisations frequently reveals fascinating issues of nation and narrative, as well cultural, regional and historical distinction.

In order to investigate this concept further, Cine-Excess VI will consider global case-studies of cult adaptation, with a particular focussing on differing national and narrative conceptions of the outlandish and the extreme.

We are delighted that acclaimed action director and Tarantino influence Enzo G. Castellari, as well as the iconic Euro-cult auteur Sergio Martino have now been confirmed as two of the Guests of Cine-Excess VI. Both Castellari and Martino's work frequently trade on themes and national traditions of cult adaption, perfectly fitting the theme of this year's event. We are also honoured to host key note talks at the event by Professor Mary P. Wood (University of London), and Professor Steffen Hantke (University of Sogang) on related themes of cult adaptation. Cine-Excess VI will also profile a special script-to-screen competition prepared in collaboration with Time Out magazine, which will see established horror icons judging new screenplays from up and coming talent.

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