[Filmfestivalresearch] WG: Invitation "4th Annual on 'Cultural Production in a Global Context: The Worldwide Film Industries'" , Grenoble Ecole de Management, 3-5 juin 2010

Skadi Loist skadi.loist at uni-hamburg.de
Fri May 28 12:47:56 CEST 2010


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Dear FFRN colleagues:


Attached please find a conference announcement from Clemens Rüling about the
"4th Annual Conference on 'Cultural Production in a Global Context: The
Worldwide Film Industries'" taking place in Grenoble, June 3–5, 2010.


Best wishes,




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Skadi Loist, M.A. (Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin)
Universität Hamburg
Institut für Medien und Kommunikation
Von-Melle-Park 6
20146 Hamburg


T: +49.(0)40.42838.6287
E: skadi.loist at uni-hamburg.de






Von: RULING Charles-Clemens [mailto:Charles-Clemens.RULING at grenoble-em.com] 
Gesendet: Freitag, 21. Mai 2010 00:09
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Betreff: Invitation "4th Annual on 'Cultural Production in a Global Context:
The Worldwide Film Industries'" , Grenoble Ecole de Management, 3-5 juin



Chers collègues,


Du 3 au 5 juin aura lieu a Grenoble Ecole de Management la "4th Annual
Conference on 'Cultural Production in a Global Context: The Worldwide Film
Industries'" qui réunira des chercheurs internationaux travaillant sur
l'industrie du film (vous trouvez le programme ci-dessous).


La participation à ce colloque est ouverte à tout le monde. Si vous
souhaitez participer à une ou plusieurs demi-journées merci de vous inscrire
en utilisant le lien suivant : 




N'hésitez pas à faire suivre cette invitation à d'autres personnes

Je reste à votre disposition pour toute information complémentaire.


Bien cordialement,

Clemens Rüling


PS: Il n'y a pas de frais d'inscription. En contrepartie, les repas sont
réservés aux personnes présentant un papier.


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Dear colleagues,


Grenoble Ecole de Management will host from June 3 to 5 the "4th Annual
Conference on 'Cultural Production in a Global Context: The Worldwide Film
Industries'" featuring researchers and projects on various aspects of the
global film industries (see the program outline below).


Conference participation is open to everyone. If you wish to participate in
one or more half days please register on-line by clicking on the following




Please do not hesitate to forward this invitation to other people who might
be interested.


Best regards,

Clemens Rüling


PS: We do not charge any participation fee. In return, meals will be
reserved for presenters.




The 4th Annual Conference on 'Cultural Production in a Global Context: The
Worldwide Film Industries'

Grenoble Ecole de Management, June 3-5, 2010


Conference Program (preliminary)


Thursday, 3 June 2010 (all conference sessions take place in room A305)

14:00    Welcome and introduction (Charles-Clemens Rüling, Grenoble Ecole de

Session 1: Industry perspectives 

14:20    Value chain restructuring in the global film industry 

Finney Angus, Cass Business School

15:00    International motion picture co-production: A survey and

Paul F. Skilton, Arizona State University

15:40    Lost in time? Time agglomeration as a response to uncertainty in
the Hollywood film industry

Manuel Cartier, Université Paris Dauphine

16:20    Break (Ground floor, in front of the library)

Session 2: Relating to markets and audiences

17:00    From Avatar to Zelig: A meta-analysis of the effect of gatekeepers
on motion picture performance

Allègre L. Hadida, Judge Business School; Renaud Legoux and François
Carrillat, HEC Montréal

17:40    Re-diasporising the diasporas: The dynamics of audience-driven
online film promotion

Ruby Cheung, University of St. Andrews


Friday, 4 June 2010

09:00    Taking stock 

Session 3: Institutional entrepreneurship and innovation

09:20    Institutional entrepreneurship and the emergence of the Hollywood
central producer system

Joseph Lampel, Cass Business School

10:00    Framing the entrepreneur as evil genius: The FTC, Adolph Zukor, and
antitrust in the film industry in the 1920s

Louis Soloff, Boston College

10:40    Break (Ground floor, in front of the library)

11:20    Innovation in the US animation industry - The impact of digital

Pier Vittorio Manucci, Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi

12:00    Introducing a disruptive strategy in film exhibition - The case of
French multiplex theatres

Pierre Roy, Université de Montpellier

12:40    Lunch break (Ground floor in front of the library)

Session 4: Film festivals

14:00    Film festivals as non-profit market-makers

Ann Vogel, Singapore Management University; Misha Petrovic, National
University of Singapore

14:40    Changes in the roles of international film festivals in Japan: Case
studies of Tokyo International     Film Festivals and TOKYO FILMeX

Jin-Ichiro Yamada, Kagawa University

15:20    Film festivals in the development of a common transnational

Jérôme Segal, Interdisciplinary Center for Comparative Research, Vienna

16:00    Break (Ground floor, in front of the library)

Session 4: Regional industry case studies

16:40    Diversification and concentration in the London film industry

Anna Dempster, University of London

17:20    Runaways and local productions: The case of Romania

Irina Bundaru, Johanne Brunet, and Renaud Legoux, HEC Montréal

18:00    Globalization of a post-socialist production world: Us 'runaways'
in Prague and the role of film producer

Petr Szczepanik, Masaryk University


Saturday, 5 June 2010

09:00    Taking stock 

Session 6: Inside the black box - firm organization, processes, and careers

09:20    Managing temporary project based organizations: Knowledge
combinations in the Indian film industry

Jamal Shamsie, Michigan State University; Lakshmi Damaraju Naga, Indian
School of Business; Frederico Aime, Oklahoma State University

10:00    What organizational modes of innovation can be used to face the
convergence between the animation movie and video game industries? A case
study of French firms

Romain Gandia, Université de Savoie

10:40    Coffee break (Ground floor, in front of the library)

11:20    Dogma as script for organizational analysis

 Per Darmer, Copenhagen Business School

12:00    Interdependence, risk and relational hiring

Jonathan Pinto and Tore Opsahl, Imperial College

12:40    Artistic careers in and of shadeows: Career making among
cinematographers and film editors in the Danish film industry

Chris Mathieu and Sandal Stjerne Iben, Copenhagen Business School

13:20    Closing discussion


Dr. Charles-Clemens Rüling

Associate Professor

Management and Behaviors Department 

Grenoble Ecole de Management

Phone: + 33 (0)4 76 70 60 34 - Fax: +33 (0)4 76 70 60 99

Email: charles-clemens.ruling at grenoble-em.com 


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