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I would like to echo Sarah Higley's call below, but primarily in terms of
the UK.  I've tried several times looking for advance information on the
internet and never been able to come up with anything.  I only seem to read
about the conferences after they have happened.  Very frustrating.  How can
I learn in advance??

on 28/8/02 12:05 PM, Sarah L. Higley at [log in to unmask] 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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