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Basque Heritage Cinema documentary

Description
Basque Heritage Cinema, the 32 minute documentary produced by Rob Stone as part of the AHRC-funded collaborative project 'Screening European Heritage' is to screen at a number of special events at universities in the UK and Spain.
Date:
23/09/2013

Screening European Heritage conference

Screening European Heritage conference
Description
B-Film's first conference, Screening European Heritage, took place at the University of Leeds last week.
Date:
16/09/2013

Rob Stone completes short film Between Sunrise and Sunless

Description
Following on from his recent book, The Cinema of Richard Linklater: Walk, Don't Run, Rob Stone has recently completed a short film in Vienna which responds to Linklater's celebrated Before Sunrise trilogy.
Date:
01/08/2013

Kate Ince presents at Film Philosophy, Amsterdam

Description
Kate Ince delivered a paper on 'Roland Barthes, filmology and the history of audiovisual media study in France' at the Film-Philosophy conference 'Beyond Film' in Amsterdam.
Date:
15/07/2013

Silvio Carta publishes in Studies in Documentary Film

Description
Silvio Carta's article 'Vittorio De Seta's Banditi a Orgosolo: an Ethnographic Film' has just been published in Studies in Documentary Film.
Date:
15/07/2013

Michele Aaron and John Horne present at NECS conference, Prague

Description
Michele Aaron and John Horne presented a panel on 'Film and Vulnerability' at the annual NECS conference in Prague.
Date:
15/07/2013

Archival Film Festivals launched at Bologna's Cinema Ritrovato

Archival Film Festivals launched at Bologna's Cinema Ritrovato
Description
Alex Marlow-Mann's recently published anthology Archival Film Festivals received its official launch this week as part of one of the world's leading archival festivals, Il Cinema Ritrovato in Bologna, Italy.
Date:
10/07/2013

Alex Marlow-Mann's Archival Film Festivals published

Alex Marlow-Mann's Archival Film Festivals published
Description
Just published, this new anthology is the first to chart the development of the phenomenon of Archival Film Festivals, while also considering such key issues as: the relationship between archives and festivals, the role of live music and the event screening, canon formation and the impact of digital technologies.
Date:
02/07/2013

Andrew Watts' Adapting Nineteenth-Century France published

Andrew Watts' Adapting Nineteenth-Century France published
Description
Just out from the University of Wales Press is Adapting Nineteenth-Century France: Literature in Film, Theatre, Television, Radio and Print, co-authored by B-Film's Andrew Watts and Kate Griffiths.
Date:
20/06/2013

Silvio Carta publishes article on Sardinian documentaries

Description
Silvio Carta's article 'Sardinia in Fascist Documentary Films (1922–1945)' has just been published in the Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Studies.
Date:
19/06/2013
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