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I'd recommend checking the Websites for

University Film and Video Association ( www.ufva.org )
Society for Cinema Studies ( www.cinemastudies.org )

Regards,

At 11:05 PM 8/27/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>I would love to get a list of the most prominent annual, biennial,
>national and international conferences and other venues for Film Studies,
>Film and Television, Horror, and Fantasy.  I've been to Console-ing
>Passions, and I've been frequently to the International Conference on the
>Fantastic in the Arts.  But I'm lacking knowledge of some major Film
>conferences and where and when they meet.  Could anybody help me?  Thanks
>in advance,
>
>Sarah
>
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