Regisseur der Angst - Wie Hitchcock das Kino revolutionierte
The radio program SWR2 Forum invited Elisabeth Bronfen, FAZ-writer Andreas Kilb, and director Dominik Graf to discuss the legacy of Alfred Hitchcock as an auteur whose films explored the dimensions of fear, human relations, and cinema itself.
Elisabeth Bronfen was a guest on the SRF2's radio program Kontext, where she was asked to talk about the seemingly ubiquitous depictions of the victimization and killing of women, as well as her book Over Her Dead Body.
Genie oder Monster: Was bleibt von Michael Jackson?
After broadcasting HBO's documentary Leaving Neverland, which roused a global discourse on the exploitation of minors and the legacy of an artist accused of sexual abuse, SRF hosted its weekly debate program Dienstagsclub exploring that very subject. The panel, comprised of experts on abuse, violence, and culture, also included Elisabeth Bronfen.
The Guardian listed Elisabeth's book Night Passages in an article on the Top 10 books about insomnia, calling it a "a rare treat, rich with every kind of symbolic use of night that writers and artists have availed themselves of."