History of Film and Moving Image Studies.
This axis seeks to identify the conditions of emergence and consolidation of Film and Moving Image Studies in academia. It revolves around 3 main issues: the study of conceptual conditions, material and technological conditions, and institutional conditions.
Institutions of Cinephilia
Institutions of social and community activism
The heightened presence of photography in the cinema since the 1960s along with the growth of video beginning in the 1970s has long made it necessary to understand the nature of the operations for moving between various kinds of images, on the level of both the fact of the movement and the analogy of the representation.
John MacKay's talk: Dziga Vertov and the Paradoxes of a Revolutionary Materialist Film Practice, March 28, 16h, MB 2,270
Irene Rozsa is currently in the preliminary stages of her research towards a doctoral thesis in the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, provisionally entitled “Cuban film discourse: The evolution of cinephilia and film criticism from 1950 to 1970” under the supervision of Dr.
Presentations of research on historical and contemporary screen cultures by Montreal ﬁlm scholars Michael Cowan, Yuriko Furuhata, Thomas Lamarre, Alanna Thain and Haidee Wasson"
Arthemis is pleased to present a lecture with
"Dance and Fetish: Phenomenology and Metz's Epistemological Shift"