The spectrum of the past. A vision of history in four European arthouse films (1965-1975) (PhD). Centrum voor Mediacultuur en Communicatietechnologie [CMC], K.U.Leuven, 341 p. + appendix, 2012

full text available (in Dutch):

academic articles:

  • “Stanley Kubrick. Muziek als actor.” To be published in Cinemagie.
  • “Ludwig, consonant music in a dissonant life.” In S. Stoppe (Ed.), Film in Concert : Film Scores and their Relation to Classical Concert Music (pp. 191-204). Glückstadt vwh Verlag Werner Hülsbusch.
  • “Visconti’s Ludwig. Van majeur tot mineur” In Cinemagie, autumn, no. 280 (2012): pp. 42-53.
  • “Andrei Rublev, an icon of change” In: Perspectives on European Film and History, edited by Leen Engelen and Roel Vande Winkel, 33-51. Gent: Academia Press, 2007.
  • “Pier Paolo Pasolini: mythe (als kritiek op) de realiteit.” In Kleio, tijdschrift voor oude talen en antieke cultuur, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 1 (4) 2000, maart pp. 61-72.

presentations on scientific congresses:

  • Mahler Mashed Up. Congress paper for Music and Visual Cultures International Conference (July 2016, Maynooth University, Ireland)
  • The gaze as encounter in Kieslowski’s Decalogue. Symposium Krzysztof Kieślowski: ‘The Triple Life of Cinema’, Antwerp, 22 April 2016
  • Mahler: Musical Phantasmagoria. Congress paper for Imagining The Past – Ken Russell, Biography, and the Art of Making History (March 2014, RITS – ULB – University of Maastricht, Brussels, Belgium)
  • Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes: When Fact Becomes Fiction. Film & History Congres (October 2008, Chicago)
  • Fact and Fiction in a Historical Film: Andrei Rublev. Film & History – a masterclass by Prof. Robert Rosenstone, Universiteit Gent, 2004

editor for publication on arts in Brussels

  • Vandelanoitte, P., & Degreef, E. (eds) (2014). Offroad. Trajecten voor kunstenaars – trajects for artists. Brussel: Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie.
  • Ludovic de Vlam & Pascal Vandelanoitte (eds) In Transit: 5 Jaar visuele kunst in Brussel / 5 Années d’art visuel à Bruxelles / 5 Years visual art in Brussels. Brussel: Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie. 291 p. (trinlingual work with discription of more than 40 Brussels based projects, festivals and organisations in visual arts)

web publications:

film analyses of Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes (Werner Herzog) and Andrei Rublev (Andrei Tarkovsky) on the website from Ghent University , dedicated to historical films

reviews and other small stuff

  • Vandelanoitte, P. (2015). “The documentary film book.” Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 35(3), 541-543.
  • Vandelanoitte, P. (2006). “Andrei Rublev by Robert Bird.” Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television 26 issue(1): 144-145.
  • period of 1999-2003 : about ten articles and small essays on film in Film en Televisie and 20+ filmreviews in the same magazine and on

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