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CFP – edited collection Korean Film and Festivals: Global Transcultural Flows Film festivals for over seventy years have been the driving force behind the global circulation of cinema. Film festivals are also a place where cultures are translated and transported into other … Continue reading
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
Special issue of the peer-reviewed journal New Review of Film and Television Studies Guest-edited by Lydia Papadimitriou and Jeffrey Ruoff Oct. 1, 2014 deadline for submission of proposals (For accepted proposals, the deadline for completed 6,000-9,000 word essays is December … Continue reading
Studies in Australasian Cinema ISSN: 1750-3175 (Print), 1750-3183 (Online) Themed Issue 8.3: Distribution & Festivals (Nov-Dec 2014) Abstracts of 300 words by April 30, 2014 Article submission deadline for 8.3: August 30, 2014 Edited by Greg Dolgopolov (UNSW), Kirsten Stevens … Continue reading
Maria Paz-Peirano (University of Kent) and Aida Vallejo (University of the Basque Country) are currently co-editing a book on the intersections between Film Festivals and Anthropology. The book is planned as a collection of chapters, looking into the possibilities of … Continue reading