Images from FILM AND MEDIA 2012
Many thanks to Terry Chen for these souvenirs of FILM AND MEDIA 2012. If you would like to contribute some images to the website, please send them to us!
FILM AND MEDIA 2012 gets underway
Keynote 1: Prof. Ian Christie opens FILM AND MEDIA 2012 with a superbly informative panorama of the impact of the new technologies upon traditional notions of 'the cinema' and 'film', emphasising the challenges to understanding the new productive role of audiences
Young Film and Media scholars from around the world
Scholar and photographer Terry Chen gets up close and personal:
Left to Right - Wajiha Raza Rizvi (Centre for Research on Pakistani Cinema, Pakistan), Dorothy Leng (Academic Conferences London), Terry Chen (Academia Sinica, Taiwan), and Yu-kei Tse (Goldsmiths, University of London).
A most distinguished visitor takes time out from a busy year to drop in on the conference .....
Left to right - Haruka Kawakami (Osaka City University, Japan), Terry Chen (Academia Sinica, Taiwan), Dorothy Leng (Academic Conferences London), Lily Husbands (King's College, London) and Sonia Friel (Norwich University College of the Arts, UK).
Conference Assistants Amelia Pidwell (left) and Mary Coughlin (right) strut their stuff as the long weekend comes to a close
ACL Conference directors Phillip Drummond and Dorothy Leng, still smiling after the long haul
Willliam Horsley brings FILM AND MEDIA 2012 to a close with a final Keynote offering a brilliant but chilling panorama of the threats to media freedom around the world
CONFERENCE EBOOK READERS AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD!
We are delighted to announce that our first five ebooks of Conference Proceedings are now available.
Please see elsewhere on this site for your free download.
The five volumes comprise over 100 essays based on Papers from around the world presented at our 2011 and 2012 conferences:
* FILM AND MEDIA 2011
* FILM AND MEDIA 2012
* LONDONICITY 2011
* LONDONICITY 2012
* UNDERSTANDING BRITAIN 2012
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