Friday, December 12, 2014

CINE CRI '15: On Cinema and Identity


CINE CRI '15: On Cinema and Identity
10th to 11th June 2015
Istanbul, Turkey

The full papers are going to be published in the proceedings book with an ISBN number, and will be sent to be reviewed for inclusion in the "Thomson & Reuters Web of Science's Conference Proceedings Citation Index" (CPCI).

We are proud to announce the keynote lectures will be given by internationally recognised film director Ye?im Ustao?lu and renoened scholar Professor David Martin-Jones.

Enquiries: info@cinecriconference.org
Web address: http://www.cinecriconference.org/
Sponsored by: DAKAM

TRACK 01: IDENTITY

01.1. CINEMA and IDENTITY
- Nation, nation-state and diverse ethnicities
- Migration, transnational and/or accented cinema
- Religion and religious groups
- Gender, women, LGBT identities
- Family, familial bonds
- Class and struggle
- Isolated or neglected identities
- Identity, culture and politics
- Local and global Identity
- Multiculturalism

01.2. CINEMA and IDEOLOGY
- Ideology of a Film
- Public Life, society and cinema
- Film, Public Memory and Daily Life
- Art Movements
- Technology and Materials
- Communication Tools, Urban Space and Cinema
- Cinema from Psychological, Sociological and Psychiatrical Perspective
- Literature, screenplay and cinema
- Film Musics

01.3. ARTS and SOCIETY
- Director, Actor, screenwriter, art director, costume designer, sound designer: Artist as a Subject
- Characters, People and Identity
- Politics of Body in Space
- Social Stratification in Cinema as Gender, Sexuality, Class, Race, Ethnicity and Age
- Race and Affects of Racism
- Women, Art and Society

TRACK 02: CINEMA and CITY
- Architecture and Moving Image
- Cinematic Space
- Cinematic Architecture
- Distopia Films
- Future of Cities in Films

TRACK 03: CINEMA and POLITICS
- Analysis of Film: Art House Film, Hollywood, Documentary & Non-Fiction Film, Short Film, Animated Feature Films, Silent Film, Film Auteur, Interactive Media & Games
- National Cinemas
- Film as a Political Tool Throughout the History
- Design and Artistic Production from a Critical Point of View
- History of Film from a Political perspective
- Post-colonialist Theories

TRACK 04: NATIONAL CINEMAS, HOLLYWOOD and ART-HOUSE CINEMA
- Film and nationalism
- Hollywood's presence as a national unit
- Nation state and cinema
- Cultural transfers
- Auteur theory
- Film Genres
- Independent Films
- Underground Films

TRACK 05: REPETITION, PROGRESS and REFERENCE IN THE HISTORY OF FILM
- Cine-repetitions in cinema
- Chasing film narrative
- Repetition and the limit of film form
- Originality in cinema
- Difference and repetition in cinema


TRACK 06: TECHNIQUE and PRODUCTION
- Cinematography
- Movement and expression
- Lighting techniques
- Special effects
- Sound effects
- Editing and transitional devices


TRACK 07: DOCUMENTARIES
-History of documentaries
-Modern documentaries
-Narration styles
-Ethnographic film
-Defining documentary
-Docufiction

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
Venue: Nâz?m Hikmet Cultural Center

JUNE 10
9:00-9:45 Registration
9:45-10:00 Opening Speech

10:00-10:50 Keybote Lecture

10:50-11:00 Coffee Break

11:00-12:00 Panel Discussion by Invited Artists

12:00-13:00 Lunch

13:00-14:00 Session 1 & 2 & 3
14:00-14:10 Discussion
14:10-14:20 Coffee Break

14:20-15:20 Session 4 & 5 & 6
15:20-15:30 Discussion
15:30-15:40 Coffee Break

15:40-16:40 Session 7 & 8 & 9
16:40-16:50 Discussion
16:50-17:50 Session 10 & 11 & 12

17:50-18:00 Closing Remarks


JUNE 11
9:00 Historical City Tour
14:00 Art Walk

Please note that you may enter to all of the sessions of the other IASD's Conferences:
JUNE 8: CONTEMPART '15 CONFERENCE SESSIONS
JUNE 9: CONTEMPHOTO '15 CONFERENCE SESSIONS




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