More than storyboards. Open Culture is always worth checking for new content. This week they have a piece on Akira Kurosawa’s paintings: http://www.openculture.com/2015/03/the-paintings-of-akira-kurosawa.html More on the same theme here: http://flavorwire.com/271258/akira-kurosawas-paintings-and-movie-frames-side-by-side
In the first issue…. Proto-Queer Media Criticism: “Cinema Ramblings” from an RKO Secretary CANDACE MOORE Shiga Akiko’s Abortion Scandal in Late 1930s Japanese Film Culture CHIKA KINOSHITA Mod Pod Methods: This Year’s Girl QUINLAN MILLER Nonfiction Form and the “Truth” about Muslim Women in Iranian Documentary NIKI AKHAVAN Managing Female Adolescence in Disney’s Witch Mountain […]
The Editorial Board of the Études irlandaises journal is calling for papers in literature, history, politics, culture and the visual arts to be published in its non-thematic issues which are published each year in the Spring. Articles following the Études irlandaises stylesheet should be submitted no later than June 30th of any given year if […]
Final CFP Ireland : Shared Futures? 10-12 September 2015 Université Rennes 2, Brittany, France (Centre d’Etudes Irlandaises, CRBC Rennes) ——- Dear Colleagues, Please note that we are extending the deadline for submissions of abstracts to 1st March. (see CFP below) We’ve had an excellent response particularly in the field of Northern Irish politics and society […]
Eight jobs in Media Studies at University of Utrecht. Link here.
A reminder of a big international conference coming up in July in Galway with the news that the Keynote Speaker will be Professor Victor Burgin: CALL FOR PAPERS Space and Place in European Cinema 2015 European Cinema Research Forum Annual Conference Huston School of Film & Digital Media National University of Ireland, […]
An Foras Feasa Research Institute (NUI Maynooth) and The Faculty of Arts, Celtic Studies and Philosophy have announced that seven scholars and writers will be in residence as Visiting Fellows during the 2014-15 academic year. More here.
Dr Joyce Goggin, University of Amsterdam, will deliver a seminar on: The Expanded Adaptation and Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love 4pm, Wednesday 28th January, Room J208 Newman, Part of the UCD School of English, Drama and Film Research Seminar Series 2014/5. Full details here.
It has just been confirmed that Sean Cubitt of Goldsmiths, University of London, will be the keynote speaker at the Irish Screen Studies Seminar in Belfast in May this year. More details on the seminar are here.
Nice collection of video essays in issue 7 of The Cine-Files.