Aiming to explore a wide range of approaches, this conference invites contributions that engage with current methodological challenges and opportunities in Film Studies
CINECOS is an inter-university HERCULES infrastructure project, which resulted from workshops and networking through DICIS
For more information, see http://homernetwork.org/cfp-homer-conference-2019-nassau-anchoring-cinema-history
The Cinema Zoologie project makes available online the wonderful archive of Cine Zoologie.
Workshop by Prof. Jeff Klenotic (U of New Hampshire, USA) on curating and sharing different data sets on media history, organized in the context of the HoMER/NECS Conference, sponsored by DICIS.
This conference will analyse the impact of recent technological and institutional developments on the study, experience, and restoration of silent films and discuss sustainable ways forward.
This conference seeks to both critically reflect on the continued use of the concepts of attraction and narrative in our accounts of early cinema and to pursue new avenues for exploring this period
A two-days workshop on film exhibition, distribution, and cinema-going audiences in the Arab world
Hosted by VU and UvA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Deadline for proposals: 31 January 2018
Annette Kuhn, Daniel Biltereyst and Philippe Meers edited a special issue of Memory Studies on historical experiences of cinema-going, film experiences and reception.
Information on the Symposium ‘European Performing Arts Dataverse’, organized by CREATE and Cultures of Spectacles, to be held on the 9th of November, 2018, Amsterdam.
Call for papers for the panel ‘Cinema in/and the City: Cinema as Space and Social Experience in Europe (1895-2018)’
Conference: Researching Past Cinema Audiences: Archives, Memories and Methods."
CFP special issue of The Moving Image on the impact of digital technologies on archival practices and film curatorship
DICIS is organizing a workshop at the Fifth HoMER Conference.
The DICIS Network is facilitating a collaborative to organize a conference on movie magazines and the influence of digitalization.