Category Archives: FFRN

Film Festival Research workgroup @ NECS 2018 Amsterdam

The NECS 2018 Conference “media tactics and engagement” taking place in Amsterdam, Netherlands » June 27-29, 2018 is only a few days away. Here is a list of all festival related papers and panels at this year’s NECS conference. Panels … Continue reading

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FFRN get-together @ Berlinale 2018

              Dear film festival folk & colleagues: Keeping with the tradition of previous Berlinale editions we will again have a little FFRN get-together during the festival. Anyone interested in meeting and catching up on … Continue reading

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CfP Film Festival in South Asia (Workshop) 7-8 September 2017, Hyderabad, India

Film Festival in South Asia: A Dialogic Approach (a two-day workshop) Cinema and Television History Research Centre CATH at De Montfort University (DMU) in Leicester, UK and Department of Film Studies, at the English and Foreign Languages  University (EFL-U) in … Continue reading

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Film Festivals Studies @ Circuits of Cinema conference (HoMER), Toronto

Circuits of Cinema: Histories of Movie and Media Distribution is a HoMER Network Conference on the History of Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception hosted by Paul Moore and the Circuits of Cinema Project at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, 22 to 24 … Continue reading

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Film Festival Research @ NECS 2017 Paris

As this year’s NECS Conference in Paris is coming closer, here is a handy list of the panels and workshops sponsored by the Film Festival Research workgroup.  Listed below is also our workgroup meeting, taking place Thursday evening. Please swing … Continue reading

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New book: Film Festivals and Anthropology

Cambridge Scholars Publishing has just published the book Film Festivals and Anthropology, edited by Aida Vallejo and María Paz Peirano. You can get a 20% discount entering the code festivals20 in the online order. You can order the book online … Continue reading

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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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