[Filmfestivalresearch] REMINDER: CfP ECREA Film Studies Section conference "European Cinemas, Intercultural Meetings" (Nov. 2015)
skadi.loist at uni-rostock.de
Mon Apr 20 19:56:10 CEST 2015
If you are interested to join a festival-related panel for the ECREA Film
Studies section conference, please get in touch a.s.a.p.
Here is the call again:
The FFRN is aiming to submit papers or preconstituted panels to the ECREA
Film Studies Section conference European Cinemas, Intercultural Meetings:
Aesthetics, Politics, Industry, History, which will take place in
Copenhagen, DK on 13-14 November 2015.
If you want to be part of a preconstituted panel please get in touch with
Skadi Loist (skadi.loist at uni-rostock.de) by 20 April 2015 with a sketch of
an idea for a paper to ensure enough time to organize a preconstituted panel
before the conference submission deadline in early May. You find all
necessary information on the conference below:
CALL FOR PAPERS
A Two-Day International Conference
European Cinemas, Intercultural Meetings:
Aesthetics, Politics, Industry, History
Conference date: Friday 13th and Saturday 14th November 2015
Venue: University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Organised by: ECREA Film Studies Section
Deadline for abstracts: 4 May 2015
Conference website: europeancinemainterculturalmeetings.wordpress.com
More radically than ever before, European countries and even the idea of
the continent are being shaped by international relationships and
pressures, and by meetings and clashes of cultures, identities and
traditions. Simultaneously, its cinemas are undergoing changes in many
respects, in terms of genres and aesthetics as well as of production and
distribution. On the one hand, the notion of transnationalism, that has been
used for some time to capture these changes and move beyond national
frameworks for the study of film, is currently being extended to account for
an increasingly cosmopolitan, global imagination that is reflected in
contemporary European lifestyles, as well as in the aesthetics of
contemporary European cinemas. On the other hand, film production and
distribution often transcend national boundaries, and so do the new digital
platforms for film dissemination and consumption, thus creating new market
configurations as well as new transnational audiences. The growing impact of
mobile social media contributes to forming an increasingly participatory,
networked transnational spectatorship. EU funding for the cinema is at once
adapting to and shaping these trends, as does contemporary EU policy on film
and the media.
The objective of this conference is to address and discuss the implications
of both novel and past intercultural meetings for European cinemas and their
consequences on its history, identity and evolution through discourses of
aesthetics, politics and industry.
Professor Daniela Berghahn, Royal Holloway, University of London
Professor William Higbee, University of Exeter
Abstracts are invited on topics related to European Cinema, Intercultural
Meetings: Aesthetics, Politics, Industry, History, including but not limited
Ø Intercultural Meetings on European Screens
Ø National Cinemas and Diaspora
Ø Global Cinema in Europe, European Cinemas in the Global Market
Ø Cosmopolitanism and Film
Ø Political Cinema, Politics of Cinema
Ø Conflict, Violence, Reconciliation
Ø Fortress Europe, Borders and Border-crossing
Ø Culture and Identity of Contemporary European Cinema
Ø European Film Festivals and Politics
Ø European Film Financing and Policy
Ø The Changing Face of European Co-production
Ø Digital Platforms, Interconnected Audiences
Abstract Submission: Please submit your abstract (max 300 words) along with
key references, institutional affiliation and a short bio (max 150 words) or
a panel proposal, including a panel presentation (max 300 words) along with
(no more than four) individual abstracts.
Submission Deadline: May 4th 2015. Please send your abstract/panel proposals
to Helle Kannik Haastrup: jxc817 at hum.ku.dk.
Conference Details: The Conference is hosted by the Department of Nordic
Studies, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Registration: 50 Euros (ECREA membership is not required).
Helle Kannik Haastrup: jxc817 at hum.ku.dk University of Copenhagen
Anders Marklund: anders.marklund at litt.lu.se University of Lund
Laura Rascaroli: l.rascaroli at ucc.ie University College Cork
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Dr. des. Skadi Loist
Institut für Medienforschung
skadi.loist at uni-rostock.de
Co-founder Film Festival Research Network
Festival Review section editor NECSUS_European Journal of Media Studies
Prommer, Elizabeth & Skadi Loist (2015). "Wer dreht deutsche Kinofilme?
Gender Report 2009-2013"
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