Don't miss the Crawley Films cycle playing at the Cinémathèque québécoise from November 26 to December 19, 2014. The projections include: Luck of Ginger Coffey November 26, 2014 Janis November 27, 2014 Films publicitaires et de commande November 28, 2014 The Man Who Skied Down Everest December 12, 2014 Judith Crawley, pionnière cinéaste December 18, 2014 Documentaires essentiels December 19, 2014 For more information, please visit the event page here.
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The Media History Research Centre is pleased to host Greg Waller (Indiana University, editor of the journal Film History): Friday, November 21 3:00 pm LB 1042.03 Sir George Williams Campus Concordia University
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The Media History Research Centre and the Feminist Media Studio, in conjunction with Rencontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal, are pleased to bring you a special talk by Irene Lusztig on her archival compilation film The Motherhood Archives, including a screening of a portion of the film. Assembling an extraordinary archive of over 100 educational, industrial, and medical training films (including newly rediscovered Soviet and French childbirth films) The Motherhood Archives (2013) inventively untangles the complex, sometimes surprising genealogies of maternal education.
Daniel Herbert:On Film School and the Strip Mall:Video, Video Stores, and the Thresholds of Cinematic Culture | November 7, 2014
The Advanced Research Team on History and Epistemology of Moving Image Study (ARTHEMIS) is pleased to present “On Film School and the Strip Mall: Video, Video Stores, and the Thresholds of Cinematic Knowledge”, a talk by media scholar Daniel Herbert (University of Michigan). Friday, November 7, 2014 at 4pm. Concordia University, EV Building, room 1.615 For more information, please visit the event's page on ARTHEMIS website.
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Dans le cadre des travaux de l’équipe Penser l’histoire de la vie culturelle (PHVC), Luc Bellemare et Lucie Robert (CRILCQ à l'UQAM) organisent la journée d'études sur Gratien Gélinas, écrivain, dramaturge, comédien et metteur en scène québécois. La journée prendra place le 7 novembre 2014, à l' Université du Québec à Montréal, Pavillon Judith-Jasmin, salle J-4225. Louis Pelletier (Université de Montréal / Université Concordia), coordinateur de recherche du project CESIF, compte parmi les participants.
Don't miss Journée du film de famille/Home Movie Day taking place this October 18, 2014. Hosted by the Cinémathèque Québécoise for the very first time, Home Movie Day -- an annual event organized by Center for Home Movies since 2002 -- is today held in over 30 locations across a dozen countries to showcase the works of numerous amateur filmmakers of the 20th century, to share information on the conservation of this threatened heritage, as well as to celebrate and help disseminate this "other cinema" of astonishing diversity.
Nineteenth Biennial Conference of the American Council for Quebec Studies, Montreal | October 16 - 19, 2014
A major forum for the presentation of current research on a wide range of Québec-related topics, this biennial conference is organized by the American Council for Quebec Studies (ACQS). The 2014 conference will be held in Montréal on October 16 - 19 in Montreal, Canada.
The Annual Conference of the Film Studies Association of Canada/Association Canadienne d'etudes cinematographiques (FSAC-ACÉC), held in conjunction with the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, will be taking place from Tuesday, May 27 to Thursday, May 29, 2014. It is hosted by Brock University (St.
Co-organized by Zoë Druick (SFU) and Charles Acland (Concordia), the 2010 FSAC conference will have three sessions devoted to the history of Canadian moving image ephemera. Session 1 will be a panel of scholarly research with presentations by Liz Czach (Alberta), Paul Moore (Ryerson), Gerda Cammaer (Ryerson), and Joseph Clark (SFU), on Thursday June 3, 10:45-12:15 in MB 3-270.
Concordia welcomes the Film Studies Association of Canada and the Canadian Communication Association conferences | June 2010
As part of the 2010 Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences, Concordia University will host Canadian, and international, film and communication scholars at the FSAC and CCA annual conferences. The CCA takes place June 1-3, and the schedule is available here.
FSAC spans June 2-4, and its schedule can be found here.