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Industrial Approaches to Media conference
IAM conference - Huw Huw Jones and Roderik Smits attended the Industrial Approaches to Media conference at the University of Nottingham, June 5, 2014. The event was organised by Industrial Approaches to Media (IAM), a research methods training initiative aimed at postgraduate and early career researchers looking to engage with media industry professionals and companies. Huw Jones’s talk on ‘Doing Research on the European Film Industry’ In his presentation, Huw discussed his role on the ...
How Dutch distributors select films within a global market
Roderik 2 PhD research student Roderik Smits was shortlisted earlier this year for the inaugural Dr Joachim Ph. Wolff Thesis Prize, an award given by the Dutch Film Research Foundation for research that benefits the Dutch film industry.
MeCETES PhD Student shortlisted for Dutch film industry prize
Roderik presenting his research PhD student Roderik Smits was shortlisted for the inaugural Dr Joachim Ph. Wolff Thesis Prize at a special Dutch film industry event earlier this month. The prize, awarded by the Dutch Film Research Foundation (Stichting Filonderzoek) in partnership with the Dutch Association of Cinema Operators (NVB) and the Dutch Association of Film Distributors (NVF), recognizes postgraduate research that benefits ...
CinEcoSA conference on Film and Television Policies
CinEcoSA conference on Film and Television Policies in English-speaking Countries, Université Paris 8, October 2013. Roderik Smits attended the CinEcoSA international conference on Film and Television Policies in English-speaking Countries on 25 October 2013. The conference had been organised at Université Paris 8, one of the main departments dedicated to Film Studies in France. CinEcoSA was created five years ago, with the aim to study Film and Television in English speaking countries from an economic and cultural ...
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