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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 22 Mar 1993 12:41:56 -0600
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The future of visual communications will open up to educators,
professionals and the public during an international festival slated
for July 11 through August 7, 1993 in Rochester, New York.
The festival will explore the present and future of image-making
as well as the fusion of art and technology. Montage 93 will
feature the latest advances in imaging technology through a series
of events which include a Trade Show, International Film and
Video Festivals, Lecture and Panel series, Arts & Technology
Exposition, International Student Festival and world-premiere
The lecture and panel discussion series will focus on numerous
topics including digital museums, living in the computer age,
privacy and civil liberties in the computer age, Virtual reality, the
future of film and video and more.
Sixteen exhibitions, including 11 premiering at the festival, along
with the works of over 300 international artists will feature
photography, computer graphics, holography, video, electrostatic
imaging, electronic transmission and other advanced imaging
The Trade show will include a pavilion of over 50 international
companies dealing with many facets of technology. Expect to see
manufacturers of next generation digital cameras, Interactive
and Virtual Reality, Computer 2D and 3D graphic software,
business imaging and more.
The International Student Festival will draw about 500 students
and educators from across the globe. A Media Teachers
Educational Conference will also take place during Montage 93.
The Arts & Technology Exposition puts you inside simulated
studio environments as artists and tool developers demonstrate
still, moving, dimensional and interactive image-making systems.
The International Film Festival will feature screenings of new
films, 35 and 16 mm, created by independent producers.
Video, Etc. is a showcase of video, computer animation, and
time-based electronic work by international artists and
independent producers.
Several professional conferences will take place during Montage
93 including: High-Tech Global New York; Oracle; Fast Rewind;
International Visual Sociology Association and the Media Arts
Teachers Association.
Montage 93 now has available ticketing and registration
information. This includes the names and topics scheduled for the
panel discussions and seminars. Please call 1-800-724-4332 and
request additional information or call (716) 442-6722 (overseas)
or e-mail [log in to unmask]