| 21 \ 22 \ 23 \ JANUARY \ 2019 |
| TOPICS |
|| Research Methods in Cinema
|| Film Semiotic Analysis
|| Asian Cinema/Post Cinema
|| Finance and Fiction
|| Fiction-Cinema/Hybrid Cinema
| PARTICIPANTS |
| GOALS |
To encourage intellectual and collegial discussion among the Cinema, Media and Culture Studies scholars in the regions of Macau and the Greater Bay Area.
To encourage in-depth scholarly discussion and critical debate on research methodologies in Cinema & Culture.
To showcase research methodologies and research fields that address a wide range of cinematic technologies (from film to television, from video to new media, and other forms of moving image and sound screens).
To promote collegial and professional academic discourse amongst post-graduate students entering the field of cinema and culture.
| PROGRAMME |
The programme is composed of scholars (PhD candidates, Post.Doc.-candidates), international guest speakers and professionals in the field of cinema and culture such as movie directors, producers and specialists from Macau and Hong Kong.
Keynote lectures will be delivered by invited speakers and will address central issues within the theme of the Doctoral Seminar.
Short presentations by selected candidates, based on abstracts submitted previously to the final registrations addressing the main subjects of the Doctoral Seminar. The paper presentations will be organized in panels chaired by USJ faculty members or by fellow scholars.
| ORGANISERS |
|| Faculty of Creative Industries
|| University of Saint Joseph
|| The Lisbon Consortium
|| Catholic University of Portugal
|| CITAR Research Center for Sciences and
Technology of the Arts | School of Arts | UCP
| SPEAKERS |
|| Prof. Isabel Capeloa Gil
Rector of the Catholic University
of Portugal | Director of the Lisbon Consortium.
|| Prof. Nuno Crespo
Dean of the School of Arts | Catholic University of Portugal.
|| Prof. Sanjit Sethi
Dean of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University.
|| Prof. Álvaro Barbosa
Vice-Rector of the University
of Saint Joseph (Macau).
|| Peter Mak Tai-kit
| PROGRAMME |
With the support of the European Excellence Network for Cultural Studies
From the 21st to the 23rd of January 2019