We are delighted to announce that the final programme for the European Screens Conference at the University of York, 5-7 September 2016, has been released.
You can download a copy of the conference programme from our conference website along with abstracts.
Organised by the HERA-funded project ‘Mediating Cultural Encounters through European Screens’ (MeCETES), the European Screens Conference brings together academics, policymakers and industry professionals to discuss some of the latest trends in European film, TV drama and audiovisual policy.
As well as showcasing over 40 research papers by academics from across Europe and beyond, the conference will also host a series of special plenary panels and academic-industry debates:
- Brexit and beyond: the UK film industry in Europe – Amanda Nevill (British Film Institute), Tim Bevan (Working Title), Mike Downey (European Film Academy), Duncan Petrie (University of York)
- The future of public service broadcasting – Cassian Harrison (BBC Four), Jeroen Depraetere (European Broadcast Union), Ed Braman (University of York)
- Transnational adventures: European screens, European identity – Daniela Berghan (Royal Holloway), Laura Rascaroli (University College Cork), Tim Bergfelder (University of Southampton)
- Well-travelled European drama - Paul Cooke (University of Leeds), Eva Novrup Redvall (University of Copenhagen), Elke Weissmann (Edge Hill University)
- The state of European cinema – Will Higbee (University of Exeter), Angus Finney (London Film School), Michael Franklin (Goldsmiths University of London), Holly Aylett (UK Coalition for Cultural Diversity)
- Enabling the circulation of European film – Martin Kanzler (European Audiovisual Observatory), Christine Eloy (Europa Distribution), Agnieska Moody (Creative Europe Desk UK), Michael Gubbins (Sampomedia)
- Key trends in European film and TV drama – findings from the MeCETES project – University of York: Andrew Higson, Huw Jones, Roderik Smits, Martina Lovascio / University of Copenhagen: Ib Bondebjerg, Eva Novrup Redvall, Rasmus Helles, Henrik Søndergaard, Signe Sophus Lai / Vrije Universiteit Brussel: Caroline Pauwels, Tim Raats, Ilse Schooneknaep
Tickets are still available for this event:
- All three days: £100 (academic staff) / £50 (student/unwaged)
- Single day-rate: £45
Visit the conference website for more information: www.mecetes.co.uk/european-screens