Author Archives: Skadi

FFRN get-together @ Berlinale 2017

    Dear film festival folk & colleagues: Following the success at previous Berlinale editions we will continue the tradition and have a little FFRN get-together during the festival. Anyone interested in meeting and catching up on conference and festival … Continue reading

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CfP “Multivoicedness and European Cinema: Representation, Industry, Politics” (Nov 2017, Cork)

Call for Papers Multivoicedness and European Cinema: Representation, Industry, Politics Conference date: Friday 10th and Saturday 11th November 2017 Venue: University College Cork, Ireland Organised by: ECREA Film Studies Section Deadline for abstracts: 2 May 2017 Conference website: https://ecreafilmstudies2017.wordpress.com European … Continue reading

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Out now “Film Festivals: History, Theory, Method, Practice”

We’re happy to announce that Routledge has just published the textbook Film Festivals: History, Theory, Method, Practice, edited by Marijke de Valck (Utrecht University, Netherlands), Brendan Kredell (Oakland University, USA) and Skadi Loist (University of Rostock, Germany).   The book … Continue reading

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Film Festival Research at 2016 SCMS Conference Atlanta

At the 2016 SCMS conference, happening in Atlanta March 30-April 3, there are a number of panels and events related to film festival research.  Here are the events endorsed by the Film and Media Festivals SIG of SCMS: The annual … Continue reading

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CfP Queer/ing Film Festivals

Call for contributions Queer/ing Film Festivals Special Issue for Studies in European Cinema (Taylor & Francis) Editors: Leanne Dawson (Film and German Studies, University of Edinburgh and Scottish Queer International Film Festival) and Skadi Loist (Media Studies, University of Rostock, … Continue reading

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Queer Academy Film Summit / TEDDY 30 / Berlinale 2016

On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the TEDDY award, the LGBT/Q film award at the Berlin International Film Festival (Berlinale) the Queer Academy put on a Film Summit to discuss queer archiving and queer film festivals in practice … Continue reading

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NECS 2015 Update

The NECS 2015 Conference “Archives of/for the Future” taking place in Łódź, Poland, June 18-20, 2015 is featuring a number of papers and panels by members of the NECS Film Festival Research workgroup. The final program finds some changes to … Continue reading

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Festival related papers and panels at NECS 2015

The NECS 2015 Conference “Archives of/for the Future” taking place in Łódź, Poland, June 18-20, 2015 will again feature a number of papers and panels by members of the NECS Film Festival Research workgroup. Here is a thematic schedule: Festival-related … Continue reading

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CfP Small Cinema: Filming Locations, Malta Sept 2015

Filming Locations: The Fabric of Culture, Myth and Identity in Small Cinema Valetta, Malta, 24-26 September 2015 The organizers of the Small Cinema Malta conference “Filming Locations: The Fabric of Culture, Myth & Identity in Small Cinema” welcome proposals for … Continue reading

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2015 Update to the FFRN Bibliography

In the most recent update to the open-access online bibliography of the Film Festival Research Network (FFRN) nearly a hundred new entries and references have been added since last year’s big overhaul.  This clearly speaks to the continued productivity of … Continue reading

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