25 May 2018, Leuven, Belgium
This DICIS panel session brings together recent, ongoing and future research projects in the field of digital film and cinema studies in Belgium and the Netherlands.
15-16 May 2018, KU Leuven, Belgium
A Workshop on Data Collection and Analysis, Computational Methods and the Opportunities for Comparative Research
31 October 2017, Ghent, Film-Plateau, Paddenhoek
Public lecture by Dr Mattias Frey (University of Kent, UK) on how digital technologies have had profound effects on both the film and publishing industries
1 June 2017, Ghent, Korte Meer 11, V2
One-day workshop by Prof. John Sedgwick (U of Portsmouth), one of the leading historical film economists, on doing film programming analysis from a comparative perspective.
14 March 2017, Ghent
This talk will focus upon how digital methods might alter/inform our historical understanding of communication technologies
15 March 2017, Ghent
One-day workshop by Prof. Jeff Klenotic (U of New Hampshire) on the use of GIS for cinema and film studies
11 October 2016
This workshop is a one-day DICIS event on statistical film style analysis.
10 October 2016
Prof. Yuri Tsivian (University of Chicago) gives a public lecture on statistical style analysis
16-17 March 2016
This workshop is a two-days closed DICIS event concerning Historical Network Research
25-26 Februari 2016
This workshop is a two-days closed DICIS event around the Dutch “Cinema Context” project
12-14 November 2015, Ghent University
Digitalization, Fan Magazines and Historical Audiences Studies’ Conference. Conference on movie magazines and the influence of digitalization.
22 June 2015, University of Glasgow
DICIS is organizing a workshop at the Fifth HoMER Conference.
23-27 March 2015, University of Antwerp
5-day workshop on film exhibition, film programming and cinemagoing at the University of Antwerp
27 June 2014, Glasgow School of Art's Digital Design Studio
19 June 2014, Catholic University of Milan
18 June 2014, Catholic University of Milan