Middlesex University's Media Department is hosting the Association for Studies in French Cinema's annual conference on 27 June 2013.
The conference's themes are:
French Films, French Philosophers: Explorations of the relationship between cinema and philosophy, and the ways in which such relationships may manifest in the aesthetics, themes, and/or perspectives in particular French cinemas.
Production Studies in a European Context: Studies of the ways in which French cinema, both historical and contemporary, may be produced. Papers about the contexts of production, distribution, and exhibition; new models of production; and relationship with Hollywood and other national cinemas are welcomed.
Beyond French Cinema as We Know It: Investigations into French cinema that furthers knowledge beyond those concerning accepted canons, auteurs, genres, theories, and ideas.
Professor Emma Wilson (University of Cambridge) will be the keynote speaker at this year's conference.
Please click on this link for details on submission of paper proposals and registration.
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