European Cinemas, Intercultural Meetings: Aesthetics, Politics, Industry, History
More radically than ever before, European countries – and even the idea of the continent – are being shaped by international relationships and pressures, and by meetings and clashes of cultures, identities and traditions. Simultaneously, its cinemas are undergoing changes in many respects, in terms of genres and aesthetics as well as of production and distribution.The objective of this conference is to address and discuss the implications of both novel and past intercultural meetings for European cinemas and their consequences on its history, identity and evolution through discourses of aesthetics, politics and industry.
This is a closed conference with participation for accepted presenters only. Registration has closed.
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