History of Film and Moving Image Studies.

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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.

Conceptual Conditions

Technological Conditions

Institutional Conditions

Institutions of Cinephilia

Institutions of social and community activism

Pedagogical Institutions

Film Culture and Critical Discourse in Transnational Context

Friday, November 29, 2013 - 16:00
Masha Salazkina and Katarina Mihailovic
Film Cultures and Critical Discourses in Transnational Contexts
Nov 29,16h00
EV 5,615
(1515 Ste.Catherine W.)
The two presentations will engage with the historiographical questions in the study of institutional film cultures and critical discourses on cinema in transnational contexts.

Takeshi Kadobayashi's talk

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Wednesday, November 13, 2013 - 16:00
Steinberg, Marc
Takeshi Kadobayashi
(Kansai University)
The Post-Media Condition
in the Wake of Japan’s 3.11 Disaster
November 13, 2013
18:00 - 20:00
EV 5.615
(1515 St. Catherine West)
This talk explores some aspects of what I call the aesthetics of the post-media condition.

Rozsa, Irene

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.


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