Dr. Hava Aldouby,
My PhD dissertation engaged the intertextual matrix of Federico Fellini's cinematic texts, focusing on the network of quotations from art history. The thesis was awarded the Allan Bronfman Prize for 2009. I teach at the Hebrew University School of the Arts, and am currently completing a book on the role of painting in Fellini's cinematic work (working title: Federico Fellini: Painting In Film, Painting On Film). My current research interests are experimental film and all aspects of the cinema-painting interface. I also engage the interface between film and visual art in the digital age, and the place and function of painting therein.