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1. SFC 2005: genre and technology

The Association for Studies in French Cinema Annual Conference on genre and technology will be held on Wednesday 30 March at the Institut Français. This is the day before the Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference at the Institute of Education, London, so as to allow colleagues interested in French cinema to attend both conferences. A number of colleagues from the US, France, and further afield will be attending SFC. There will be pre-circulated papers on a range of films, genres, people: Assayas, Besson, Bresson, Chomet, Clouzot, Godard, Klapisch, Léaud, Malle, Meerson, Noé, Ozon, Varda, le look, TV and film, music and film, vaudeville. See here for conference details: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/crif/sfc/conference.htm.


2. Paris Experimental

VIENT DE PARAÎTRE

METROBARBESROCHECHOU ART
Gaël Badaud, Teo Hernandez, Jakobois, Michel Nedjar par Deke Dusinberre et Christian Lebrat

Au début des années 1980, ce collectif d’artistes et cinéastes invente un style de film fait à 4 mains, où chacun des protagonistes est aussi cinéaste. Un entretien inédit avec les membres de ce groupe “à structure affective autant qu’informelle” précède une analyse détaillée de leurs productions filmiques.

Cahier de Paris Expérimental N° 18, février 2005, 32 p., 20 ill., 9 € (ISBN : 2-912539-24-2)

en librairie le 16 mars

Commande directe possible  en utilisant le Bon de Commande qui se trouve sur notre site Internet (9 Euros + 1 Euro frais de port)

Il a été tiré de cet ouvrage 12 exemplaires de tête numérotés accompagnés de
12 œuvres originales de MICHEL NEDJAR (technique mixte sur tirage photographique, format A4) Les personnes intéressées peuvent nous contacter.


ÉDITIONS PARIS EXPÉRIMENTAL
www.paris-experimental.asso.fr
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3. The programme for (Inter-)facing: Theory and Practice (21-22 April 2005) is now on-line.

This interdisciplinary symposium will provide a forum for exchange between researchers, academics, and practitioners of film and new digital media.
Through discussion, exhibition and performance the symposium aims to engage with debates around film theory and practice. The event is organised by the University of Exeter and is a collaboration between the Exeter Picture House, the South West Film and Television Archive, and the Bill Douglas Centre. The programme includes discussion panels, screenings, exhibitions and evening events.

You can find out how to attend the symposium at:
http://www.sml.ex.ac.uk/fstudies/filmstudies/fstudies/interfacing.html

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any queries about the event.

Bridget Birchall
Film Studies
School of Modern Languages
University of Exeter




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