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LCSNA Spring Conference 2023 – Lights! Camera! Carroll!

April 15, 2023 All day

Please join us online Saturday April 15 for the LCSNA Spring Conference/Movie Marathon. Starting at 9:00AM PDT/12:00PM EDT, Lights! Camera! Carroll! will feature provocative presentations, far-out films and so much more. Free Zoom Webinar, open to the public, no registration required! Stop by for a presentation or two, or stay all day. All are welcome!

Watch our Lights! Camera! Carroll! presentations on YouTube.

alice in wonderland movie marathon

Lights! Camera! Carroll! Full PDF Program

Be sure to check out our 2023 Spring Conference Keepsake Fundraiser, featuring amazing artwork created by Jonathan David Dixon!

Hunting of the Snark Movie

April 15 presentations include:

JUST ADDED! Filmmaker Tiziana Caminada presents her long-lost short film Phantasmagoria. Originally slated to play at the first International Lewis Carroll Conference in 1989 and scrapped due to projection problems, it has remained largely unseen for the last 30+ years! Tiziana will discuss the film post-screening with Cindy Watter.

Arnold Hirshon with Alice in Motion, a trip down the celluloid rabbit hole of Alice in film!

Andy Malcolm, Wendy Rowland and Robin Bain with The Making of Something About Alice: Alice in Popular Culture, including exclusive documentary bonus footage!

Dr. Rebecca Gibson with “See How Deep the Rabbit Hole Goes”: Alice Metaphors and Perilous Leaps of Faith in the Matrix Franchise.

Dr. April Lynn James with ‘Thirteen Years Later’: Why the Tim Burton Alice in Wonderland (2010) is Still #1 with Me.

Jenna West with Alice in Stop-motionland, followed by a screening of a reconstruction of Lou Bunin’s 1949 Alice Au Pays Des Merveilles.

Dane Keil with Wonderlands & Dream Children: Insights Gained From a Month Under Ground. “Under Ground” referring to his experience reviewing 30 Alice in Wonderland films in a row!

Filmmaker Simon Da Vison screens his brand new feature length The Hunting of the Snark, followed by a conversation with Mark Russell Richards of Lewis Carroll Resources!