Ph.D in semiotics. Postdoc fellow at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema until 2007, Éric Prince is the research coordinator of the group.
Catherine Russell is Professor at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema and Program Director of the PhD in Humanities at Concordia University. She holds a PhD in Film Studies from New York University (1990). Her publications include work on avant-garde cinema, anthropological cinema, japanese cinema and early cinema.
Masha Salazkina's work incorporates transnational approaches to film theory and cultural history with a focus on early Soviet Union, Latin America, and Italy.
Marc Steinberg is assistant professor of Film Studies in the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, Montreal, Canada. His research interests include Japanese animation, visual culture, media convergence, and the impact of media theory on the conception and practice of Japan's creative industries.
Haidee Wasson’s research interests include modernity/modernism, film exhibition and reception, cultural institutions, emergent media, film and media theory, feminism, and film and media historiography. Her published work concentrates on cinema, but explores the broader relations among media forms and practices (cinema and newspapers, books, radio, film, television, internet).
Michael Zryd is Associate Professor in Cinema and Media Studies at the Department of Film, York University. He served as Chair of the board of directors of the Images Festival in 2004-05 and as president of the Film Studies Association of Canada in 2005-06. He has curated or co-curated Hollis Frampton Magellan retrospectives in Toronto, New York, Karlsruhe, and London.
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