As part of ARTHEMIS Work in Progress Lecture Series, Post-Doctoral Fellow Jeff Scheible will present his work “Within, Aside, and Too Much: On Parentheticality Across Media” on Friday October 26th at 4:30PM in room EV-5.615
Drawing from the web and from an open call, Democrosope brings you a selection of historical and contemporary short films for community viewing in physical space, exploring participatory culture by celebrating the quotidian. The films in this video program pose the question, What is cinema today? At Joyce Yahouda Gallery from October 13 to November 3, 2012.
When: Monday October 15, at 18h00 Where: EV-6.720 What does it mean to critically theorize a television industry that critically theorizes itself as part of industrial practice, while at the same time “pays” its employees with critical and cultural rather than purely economic capital?…
Media@McGill invites you to a free public lecture The Murdoch Scandal: A Story of Collusion between British Politics and Media by Peter Oborne of the Daily Telegraph, London. Monday, October 15 at 5:00 PM
Rebecca Cleman (Director of Distribution, Electronic Arts Intermix) will discuss current issues in art restoration, distribution, editioning, and ownership. Her talk will put emphasis on Alberto Grifi and Massimo Sarchielli‘s documentary Anna (1972-75, 225′), a film which was recently restored by the Cineteca…
It’s grant application season!!! As such, a number of us have decided to celebrate by holding a student-led grant writing workshop. The festivities will be held this Friday October 5th 10:30am – 12:30pm in room FB-449. All are welcome, however an RSVP is kindly requested.
Dr. Luca Caminati will be hosting a workshop on Friday, October 12, 2-4 pm in room FB-323.
Did you know that several MHSoC students are presenting at conferences in San Francisco, Austin, and Pittsburgh this semester? Find out what their papers will be on!
Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema professors Dr. Catherine Russell and Dr. Masha Salazkina will be leading a grant writing workshop on Friday September 28, 2:00-4:00 PM, in FB 323.
ARTHEMIS is proud to present Post-Doctoral Fellow Marta Boni’s lecture “Romanzo Criminale, Transmedia and Beyond” on September 28 at 4:00 PM.
The variety of working and research groups at Concordia have the purpose of bringing faculty and graduate students from different fields together under specific research interests. Here are some of the ones that feature grad students and faculty from MHSoC.
The Advanced Research Team on History and Epistemology of Moving Image Study (ARTHEMIS) is a project housed at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema dedicated to the study of the evolution of film studies as a discipline. Find out more about them, and their upcoming lecture series for the 2012-2013 school year.