Screen Industries in East-Central Europe & Theorizing Screenwriting, BRNO 22-25 Nov 2012

The Second Annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference investigates historical and contemporary dimensions of the region’s audiovisual media industries from all angles – local, transnational, economic, cultural, social, and political – and through a broad range of original scholarship delivered in the form of conceptual papers and empirical case-studies. The workshop Theorizing Screenwriting Practice brings together scholars of film and television, practicing screenwriters, and other media professionals to discuss changing practices, institutional frameworks, and the social status of screenwriting in contemporary screen media.

The conference features a panel on “Film Festivals and the Cold War”

DAY 2: FRIDAY, 23 NOVEMBER
9:00 PANEL 1: FILM FESTIVALS AND THE COLD WAR (SIECE)

Chair: Lucie Česálková

1. Dorota Ostrowska (Birkbeck College, University of London, UK): Polish Cinema at International Film Festivals

2. Stefano Pisu (University of Cagliari, Italy): International Cultural Relations between WWII and the Cold War: USSR at the Venice Film Festival (1946-1953)

3. Jindřiška Bláhová (Independent Scholar, Czech Rep.): Marty (1955), the International Film Festival Karlovy Vary, and Hollywood-Czechoslovak Cold-War Relations

4. Aida Vallejo (University of the Basque Country and Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain): Industry Sections: Documentary Festivals between Production and Distribution

Respondent: Melis Behlil

The full program is available for download here.

 

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