Moving Pictures and Photoplays: New Perspectives in Silent Cinema

Postgraduate Conference 18th - 19th June Department of Theatre, Film and Television University of York The conference programme for Moving Pictures and Photoplays: New Perspectives in Silent Cinema, a postgraduate conference to be held at the University of York on 18th and 19th June 2015, is now live. Full details can be found online here: https://movingpicturesphotoplays.wordpress.com/programme/.  Registration … Continue reading Moving Pictures and Photoplays: New Perspectives in Silent Cinema

CfP: Moving Pictures and Photoplays: New Perspectives on Silent Cinema Conference

Postgraduate Conference Moving Pictures and Photoplays: New Perspectives on Silent Keynote speakers: Jennifer M. Bean (University of Washington, US) Stefania Serafin (Aalborg University, Copenhagen)​ The conference organisers welcome proposals for papers on any aspect relating to silent cinema and film industry of the silent period. Possible topics can include, but are by no means limited … Continue reading CfP: Moving Pictures and Photoplays: New Perspectives on Silent Cinema Conference

CATH Announces Funding for Delegates

The Cinema and Television History Research Centre (CATH) at De Montfort University has announced that its conference 'New approaches to gender, film and television: Histories and futures in the digital age' has received a BAFTSS funding award to assist postgraduate delegates with travel, accommodation, and/or registration costs. Awards will be offered as 2 x £125 for … Continue reading CATH Announces Funding for Delegates

CFP Extended for New Approaches to Gender, Film & TV

The CFP for the postgraduate conference 'New approaches to gender, film and television: Histories and futures in the digital age' at De Montfort University, Leicester, on Tuesday 26th March 2013 has been extended until Friday 15th February 2013. This second postgraduate conference follows on from the success of the Cinema and Television History Research Centre’s 2012 … Continue reading CFP Extended for New Approaches to Gender, Film & TV