Category Archives: conferences

FFRN at NECS London 2011

At the upcoming annual NECS conference, taking place in London hosted by Birkbeck and King’s College, University of London, 23-26 June 2011, the NECS workgroup “Film Festivals Research” will be present with three panels. All film festival research panels take … Continue reading

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Film and Media Festivals Scholarly Interest Group established at SCMS

This year’s large SCMS conference was quite impressive for festival research in its growing variety of topics and approaches. The papers and workshops probed the area in many exciting new ways. Congratulations to everyone concerned! I would like to acknowledge … Continue reading

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FFRN Members Meet at SCMS, New Orleans, March 11

Dear Festival Researchers, For those of you attending SCMS New Orleans next week, please take note of the following two meetings, one formal (the inaugural General Meeting of the Film Festival Scholarly Interest Group for SCMS), and the other informal … Continue reading

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FFRN at the SCMS Conference 2011, New Orleans, March 10-13

Several members of the FFRN were successful in submitting proposals to the annual conference of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS).  The FFRN will be present with one workshop and two panels at the SCMS Conference 2011 in … Continue reading

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CfP FFRN at NECS 2011 – London Conference

CFP Pre-Constituted Panel(s) on Film Festivals NECS 2011 – London Conference “Sonice Futures: Soundscapes and the Languages of Screen Media”, London, UK, June 23-26, 2011, hosted by Birkbeck and King’s College, University of London In preparation for the fourth annual … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: “For a History of Festivals (19th-21st centuries)”, Paris, 24-26 November 2011

Call for Papers / Appel à communications For a History of Festivals (19th – 21st centuries) International Symposium 24-25-26 November 2011 Centre d’histoire sociale du XXe siècle (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) Centre d’histoire culturelle des sociétés contemporaines (Université de Versailles … Continue reading

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Workshop: Creativity Culture and Democracy in Art Festivals

Workshop: Creativity Culture and Democracy in Art Festivals November 25 -26, 2010; Bologna, Italy Strongly linked to innovation, creativity is one of the great values or ideals of our contemporary age. Around creativity lifestyles, beliefs, stories and symbols coalesce. Be … Continue reading

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FFRN Newsletter 1/2010

Newsletter 1/2010 for the Film Festival Research Network (FFRN) February 26, 2010 Dear Colleagues, Our network is continuously growing. There are now more than 150 individuals gathered in the network who receive the newsletter and hopefully gain from the exchange … Continue reading

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FFRN Newsletter 4/2009

Newsletter 4/2009 for the Film Festival Research Network (FFRN) December 7, 2009 Dear Colleagues, in this fourth newsletter of the Film Festival Research Network this year, we’d like to ask once more for your help to update the FFRN bibliography. … Continue reading

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FFRN Newsletter 3/2009 

Newsletter 3/2009 for the Film Festival Research Network (FFRN) July 15, 2009 Dear Colleagues, in this third newsletter of the Film Festival Research Network this year, we’d like to 1) give a brief report on the NECS Conference and the … Continue reading

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