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European Screens Conference – programme released
Front page - conference 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 ...
Is there a real flowering of Basque-language cinema?
Flowers In the run up to the European Screens conference, MeCETES has invited speakers to write a blog on their conference paper. Here, Miren Manias examines the role of film policy in the revival of Basque-language cinema. It was in 1989 when the last film fully shot in the Basque-language was screened at commercial cinemas. Ke arteko egunak (1989) attracted an audience of 51,600 ...
Die Stadt und die Macht: A Production Study of a German mini-series
Politician Susanne Kröhmer (played by Anna Loos) in Die Stadt und die Macht In the run up to the European Screens conference, MeCETES has invited speakers to write a blog on their conference paper. First up is Florian Krauß (University Siegen) on the complex production history of German miniseries Die Stadt und die Macht. Susanne Krömer fights her way through Berlin policy. Surprisingly, the idealistic lawyer becomes the city’s mayoral candidate.
Debate on the implications of Brexit for UK film and TV – European Screens conference (Uni of York, 5-7 Sept 2016)
brexit Debate on the implications of Brexit for UK film and TV – European Screens conference (University of York, 5-7 Sept) University of York, 5-7 September, 2016 The British voters’ decision to leave the European Union is likely to have multiple consequences for the film and television industries in the UK and beyond. MEDIA/Creative Europe funding, UK/European co-productions, the availability ...
Register: European Screens, 5-7 Sept 2016, York
European Screens: An international conference on film, TV drama and the audiovisual industries in Europe September 5-7, 2016 University of York, UK From films like Ida, The Kings Speech and Intouchables to television dramas like The Bridge, Deutschland ’83 and Downton Abbey, there seems to be a new vitality to the European audiovisual industries. Organised by the HERA-funded project ‘Mediating Cultural Encounters through European Screens’ (MeCETES), this three-day event brings together academics, policymakers and ...
Registration for European Screens conference open – 5-7 September, 2016
Eurofilm Registration is now open for the European Screens conference at the University of York, 5-7 September 2016. Following on from our previous successful academic-industry events at the Ostend Film Festival in 2014 and the Danish Film Institute in 2015, the European Screens conference aims to establish a dialogue and exchange ideas on the trends, challenges and ...
Call for papers – European Screens conference
tftv European Screens: An international conference Perspectives on European film, television and the audiovisual industries University of York, UK September 5-7, 2016 From films like Ida, The Kings Speech, Taken, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Intouchables and The Great Beauty, to television dramas like The Killing, The Returned, Generation War, Salamander and Downton Abbey, there seems to be a new vitality to the European audiovisual industries.
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