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  • CEFS – Česká společnost pro filmová studia

    Konference

    SIXTH ANNUAL SCREEN INDUSTRIES IN EAST-CENTRAL EUROPE CONFERENCE: AN ECREA PRE-CONFERENCE

    The Long 1990s
    3-5 November 2016, the National Film Archive, Prague, Czech Republic



    Sponsored by the Czech Society of Film Studies,
    National Film Archive, Prague, and Charles University,
    State Cinematography fund.

    Program is here.

    The Sixth Annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference (SIECE) shifts attention from structural transformations to the longer-term continuities shaping post-socialist media in the last 26 years. Instead of isolated changes, it focuses on slower historical time, evolving beneath the visible surface of “big” historical events.  The topic of the “Long 1990s” (usually defined by historians as the period between November 1989 and September 11, 2001) aims at both historicizing the turbulent decade and at identifying ways it is still shaping current industry practices, although often in an unacknowledged or hidden way. The decade’s improvisational, informal, anachronistic, do-it-yourself, and ad-hoc practices that emerged from the ruins of state-owned media institutions gradually solidified into a system of values and norms which we are still witnessing today. The conference invites participants to adopt a critical perspective: to test an assumption that, in many ways, the heritage of the 1990s limits the way “things are done” in film and television today, and that it has cemented the image of Central and Eastern European audiovisual culture in the West. (For example, how is it that the era of political upheavals gave birth to such an apolitical media culture and politically fragmented professional community which are suspicious of any collective action?) The conference also opens the floor for more positive views of the period: its experimental ethos and the awareness that rules of the game can be changed. As an ECREA pre-conference, SIECE aims to be more interdisciplinary than ever before, welcoming topics from all cultural industries, especially those which transverse institutionalized boundaries and categories.

    Potential topics for papers and panels include, but are not limited to:

    -    Geo-politics and historicity of the 1990s: The end of grand polar narratives; Europeanization and provincialization of the post-socialist screen industries
    -    The Long 1980s: Persistence of state-socialist practices; survival of underground and/or alternative cultural and aesthetic patterns and communities
    -    Culture as pure business, and its adversaries: Negotiations between show business and so-called „anti-commercialism“; the ways Václav Klaus and other ideologues of the free market influenced approaches to audiovisual culture policies of the respective national states; the cultural field struggling to resist “commercialism” while often trapping itself in anachronistic cultural ghettos
    -    Centers and peripheries: Reshuffling of high and low, official and suppressed, or dominant and alternative cultural forms, while cementing new, often analogical hierarchies and stereotypes
    -    The “corrupted” artist: Practices of negotiating and adapting to the new heteronomous power; tactics of defending or re-gaining symbolic capital endangered by the change of the political regime
    -    Post-socialist popular film and television: The re-emergence of commercial genres, stars, and fans
    -    “Exploitation” as a metaphor of the 1990s: The rise of “crude commercialism,” partisan financing practices, and pornography
    -    Cultural intermediaries: The re-emergence of producers, managers, marketers, publishers and other cultural brokers, and the ways their (often non-standard) practices have conditioned cultural markets
    -    “Old new” media: The “newness” of 1990s media as a phenomenon of the history of material culture; the hype of video rentals; pirated video/CD distribution; video games; media art
    -    Post-socialist politics of taste: Persisting taste patterns from the past underpinning the craze for Western entertainment
    -    Apolitical media: The erosion of collective action, the reticence of public discussion, and the ideological conformity of screen media’s professional community as a heritage of the 1990s
    -    The 1990s as an epistemological framework: how has the decade been shaping the reflexivity of screen industries and the methods of studying them

    The conference will be preceded by the Czech Society for Film Studies’ pre-conference meeting, which will be held on 3 November and conducted in Czech. This pre-conference will consist of four workshops, which will be devoted to ongoing research projects.

    The Sixth Annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference investigates the historical and contemporary dimensions of the region’s audiovisual media industries from all angles – local, transnational, economic, cultural, social, and political – and through a broad range of original scholarship delivered in the form of conceptual papers and empirical case-studies. A selection of the conference proceedings will be published in a special English-language issue of the Czech Film Studies journal Iluminace (www.iluminace.cz).

    The 2016 SIECE Program Committee (consisting of the Steering Committee members of the Czech Society of Film Studies – see www. cefs.cz) invites proposals for twenty-minute conference papers and for panels of three or four speakers focusing on any topic related to the 1990s and East-Central European audiovisual industries. Panels of three to four papers will include a brief summarizing reflection of between five and ten minutes, which will be delivered by an assigned respondent to facilitate discussion. Proposals for conference papers should include a title, an abstract of up to 150 words, and between three and five key bibliographical references, along with the presenter’s name, the presenter’s institutional affiliation, and a concise academic bio. Panel proposals should include a panel title, a short description of up to 100 words on the panel’s focus, and proposals of all of the papers to be delivered (including the information described above). Please submit proposals no later than 15 September 2016 to petrszczepanik@gmail.com.

    Conference attendance is free, and the conference will be conducted in English (except the pre-conference meeting on 3 November).
    Conference Organizers: Petr Szczepanik, Kateřina Svatoňová, and Lucie Česálková, in association with the Czech Society of Film Studies, the Film Studies Department, Charles University, and the National Film Archive, Prague.

    Conference Management: Jiří Anger (jiri.anger@nfa.cz; [+ 420] 721 710 175).



    FIFTH ANNUAL SCREEN INDUSTRIES IN EAST-CENTRAL EUROPE CONFERENCE: TRANSFORMATION PROCESSES AND NEW SCREEN MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES

           

    20-21 November 2015, Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, Slovakia

    Supported by the Slovak Research and Development Agency, the Slovak Audiovisual Fund, MasarykUniversity, the Czech Society of Film Studies, and the Visegrad Fund

    The fifth annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe (SIECE) conference considers how systemic institutional, legislative, and technological changes within the screen industries have influenced production, content, distribution, and reception. The conference continues to provide a platform for the interdisciplinary examination of media in this region while facilitating productive exchanges between industry professionals and scholars. This year’s theme reflects the conference location of Slovakia, a nation which saw its domestic cinema come close to perishing in the 1990s, only to see it re-emerge as a stable media hub after 2004, a time when the local industry needed to respond to global technological developments such as digitization. The conference theme is intended to foster a plurality of approaches to thinking about how myriad transformative processes have shaped screen media in the last 25 years. In so doing, the organizers hope to redirect attention from considerations of the impact of denationalization toward the application of broader international and historical perspectives.

    On 19 November, the conference will be preceded by a pre-conference meeting in the Czech language and the Slovak language, comprising workshops, presentations introducing research projects, and a panel examining the impact of digitization on production, distribution, and legislation.

    Program is here.



    FOURTH ANNUAL SCREEN INDUSTRIES IN EAST-CENTRAL EUROPE CONFERENCE: INDUSTRY OF PRESTIGE

    27-29 November 2014, Palacký University, Olomouc, Czech Republic

    TISKOVÁ ZPRÁVA

    Konference SIECE IV se zaměřila na prestiž a symbolický kapitál ve filmovém a televizním průmyslu

    Ve dnech 28.‒29. 11. se v prostorách Uměleckého centra Univerzity Palackého v Olomouci uskutečnil čtvrtý ročník mezinárodní konference SIECE: Filmový a televizní průmysl ve středovýchodní Evropě (Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference III: Industrial Authorship). Tuto akci, jedinečnou svým zaměřením špičkový mezinárodní výzkum a současně na dialog akademiků s mediálními praktiky, navštívilo na 150 účastníků. Mezinárodnímu setkání, které bylo letos tematicky zaměřené na problematiku prestiže a symbolického kapitálu, předcházel workshop České společnosti pro filmová studia (CEFS) s názvem Současný výzkum televize. 

    Příspěvky na konferenci SIECE pokryly nejrůznější případy, kdy mediální průmysl dodává symbolickou hodnotu dílům, autorům, událostem nebo tradicím: od festivalů, cen a filmových škol až po top-ten žebříčky, branding, modernistický kánon a pokusy o přenos estetiky tzv. quality television do českého prostředí. Tato témata spojuje jedna otázka: jak v mediálním průmyslu funguje symbolická ekonomie prestiže, která je stále těsněji spojena s ekonomií finanční. Všichni vystupující se pokoušeli přijít s něčím novým a vycházeli ze svého původního výzkumu. Díky tomu se konference stala místem setkání s originálními, někdy až kontroverzními myšlenkami. 

    Například maďarský teoretik András Bálint Kovács ve své přednášce odhaloval škatulky, skrze které se západní festivaly rády dívají na východoevropský film, a nepřímo tak nutí zdejší filmaře reprodukovat romantická klišé o východoevropském životě a mentalitě. Kdo chce budovat mezinárodní kariéru artového filmaře, musí tyto škatulky přijmout za své. Britská profesorka Janet McCabe z University of London ukázala překvapivé podobnosti a vazby mezi HBO a evropskými veřejnoprávními televizemi, které se snaží poučit z fenomenálních úspěchů amerických kabelovek na poli seriálů. Konferenci předcházel panel s televizními praktiky, na němž ředitel vývoje ČT Jan Maxa vysvětlil, jak by veřejnoprávní televize mohla spolupracovat s badateli a studenty. Vedle rešerší nových programových typů a formátů se nabízí také možnost terénního výzkumu přímo v televizním provozu, který by praktikům nabídl kritickou reflexi jejich vlastního prostředí a způsobů práce. Čtvrtý ročník potvrdil pozici SIECE jako nejvýznamnějšího pravidelného setkání badatelů a praktiků zabývajících se médii ve střední a východní Evropě. Výběr příspěvků bude již počtvrté publikován v časopise Iluminace.

    Součástí konference bylo také udílení cen CEFSu, a to mj. ceny „Iluminace“ za nejlepší akademickou vědeckou práci Kateřině Svatoňové za knihu Odpoutané obrazy: Archeologie českého virtuálního prostoru a ceny „Extase roku“ za nejvýznamnější počin v oboru, kterou získali organizátoři přednášky Davida Bordwella v Praze.

    Preliminary program is here.

    SIECE 14

    V rámci českého dne budou představeny současné výzvy a perspektivy českého televizního výzkumu. Zaměříme se na pluralitní metodologie, kterými je obor televizních studií charakterizován a nevyhneme se ani metodologickým obtížím spojeným s akademickou reflexí televizního média. Program představí stav českých televizních studií prostřednictvím panelové diskuze o projektech a tématech, které jsou v současnosti řešeny na českých univerzitách, bude také představen Television Think Tank, projekt zaměřený na vytvoření platformy pro vznik TV studií coby svébytného akademického oboru a v neposlední řadě dojde i k prezentacím studentských projektů zabývajícíh se českou i zahraniční televizí, stejně jako např. představení stavu archivu České televize od Milana Krumla.

    Sponsored by the Czech Society of Film Studies, The Visegrad Fund, Palacký University, and Masaryk University

    The Fourth Annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference (SIECE) shifts attention from the materiality of cultural production to the media industries’ generation and dissemination of both symbolic capital and cultural power. Prestige plays an important role in a sphere where marketing decisions routinely influence media content and its reception, where festivals and awards are ever more important, and where the distinction between texts proper and promotional paratexts is becoming increasingly blurred. The production and dispersal of symbolic capital is also central to East-Central European media industries’ struggle for visibility on international markets. Accordingly, and inspired by both Pierre Bourdieu’s concept of cultural production and James F. Englishʼs The Economy of Prestige, this conference considers how markers of cultural value are mobilized in relation to particular institutions, initiatives, people, traditions, works, and awards in the region. The conference also considers how this phenomenon has operated under different political regimes and across various national and regional formations, and how it shapes East-Central European media’s location in today’s transnational media landscape.


    Topics for papers and panels:

    • Artistic movements, canons, traditions, and brand-name auteurs
    • Schools, institutes, associations, and other media organizations
    • Festival events and awards
    • Cultural intermediaries: commentators, impresarios, arbiters of taste
    • Socio-historical forms of cultural value and taste
    • Discourses of art, quality, and public service, and cultural elitism
    • The cultivation of fame and esteem
    • The impact of disputes and scandals
    • Promotion and publicity

    The conference will be preceded by the Czech Society for Film Studies’ pre-conference meeting, which will be held on 27 November in the Czech language. This pre-conference will consist of four workshops, which will be devoted to ongoing research projects.

    The Fourth Annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference investigates the historical and contemporary dimensions of the region’s audiovisual media industries from all angles – local, transnational, economic, cultural, social, and political – and through a broad range of original scholarship delivered in the form of conceptual papers and empirical case-studies. A selection of the conference proceedings will be published in a special English-language issue of the Czech Film Studies journal Iluminace (www.iluminace.cz).

    The 2014 SIECE Program Committee (consisting of the Steering Committee members of the Czech Society of Film Studies – see www. cefs.cz) invites proposals for twenty-minute conference papers and for panels of three or four speakers focusing on any topic related to prestige and East-Central European audiovisual industries. Panels of three to four papers will include a brief summarizing reflection of between five and ten minutes, which will be delivered by an assigned respondent, and which is designed to facilitate discussion. Proposals for conference papers should include a title, an abstract of up to 150 words, and between three and five key bibliographical references, along with the presenter’s name, the presenter’s institutional affiliation, and a concise academic bio. Panel proposals should include a panel title, a short description of up to 100 words on the panel’s focus, and proposals of all of the papers to be delivered (including the information described above). Please submit proposals no later than 30 August 2014 to szczepan@phil.muni.cz.


    Conference attendance is free, and the conference will be conducted in the English language (except the pre-conference meeting on 28 November).

    Conference Organizers: Petr Szczepanik, Kateřina Svatoňová and Petr Bilík, in association with the Czech Society of Film Studies, the Department of Theater, Film and Media Studies, Palacký University (www.filmadivadlo.cz/en), and the Department of Film Studies, Masaryk University (www.phil.muni.cz/fav).

    Conference Management: Matěj Dostálek (matej.dostalek@gmail.com; [+ 420] 775 095 485).

    THIRD ANNUAL SCREEN INDUSTRIES IN EAST-CENTRAL EUROPE CONFERENCE: INDUSTRIAL AUTHORSHIP


    29 November – 1 December 2013, Palacký University, Olomouc, Czech Republic


    The Third Annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference (SIECE) will focus on the broadly defined subject of industrial authorship. In recent times, the concept of the author has become somewhat marginalized in screen studies discourse. Yet, John Caughie has suggested that this figure looms large “everywhere else – in publicity, in journalistic reviews, in television programmes, in film retrospectives, in the marketing of cinema”. Caughie goes on to explain that “Sometime around the point at which Film Studies began to be embarrassed by its affiliation to the author, the film industry and its subsidiaries began to discover with renewed enthusiasm the value of authorial branding for both marketing and reputation”. The prominent position that authorship occupies across the region’s audiovisual cultures demands investigation in broader, revisionist terms that offload the Romantic notion of the autonomous Auteur in favor of approaches that confront its collectivity and institutional dimensions, and that respect authorship as a phenomenon that can be subject to acts of branding, contestation, appropriation, repurposing, remixing, and so on . As Derek Johnson and Jonathan Gray recently put it: “The author is a node through which discourses of beauty, truth, meaning, and value must travel, while also being a node through which money, power, labor, and the control of culture must travel, and while frequently serving as the mediating figure standing between large organizations (such as Lucasfilm or Fox) and the audience”. Building from such a position, the 2013 SIECE Conference will broach questions about the industrial dimensions of authorship, considering how it has become part of the cultural, political, and economic fabric of East-Central Europe.

    Program schedule is here.

    Registration form is here.

    Výroční konference České společnosti pro filmová studia Screen Industries in East-Central Europe

    Workshop: Aktuální český filmologický výzkum

    28.11.2013

    Umělecké centrum Filozofické fakulty Univerzity Palackého v Olomouci

     

    Součástí výroční konference České společnosti pro filmová studia SIECE je i workshop zaměřený na současný filmologický výzkum v České republice. Cílem organizátorů je vytvořit platformu pro prezentaci a diskuzi nad aktálními otázkami výzkumu českých filmových badatelů. Pro první ročník workshopu je téma stanoveno volně s akcentací výzkumu dějin českého filmu.

    Více zde.

    Program zde.

    Po skončení workshopu proběhne valná hromada členů CEFSu, a to od 20:00 v atriu Uměleckéhio centra Univerzity Palackého v Olomouci. Součástí schůze bude i udělování cen CEFSu.

    The NECS 2013 Conference: Media Politics ‒ Political Media. 

    http://cefs.cz/necs/

    Prague, Czech Republic, June 20-22, 2013
    CEFS and Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague

    Programm: http://cefs.cz/necs/news/the-program-schedule/

    Registration: 
    http://cefs.cz/necs/register/

    Dear NECS 2013 Conference delegates,

    It is my pleasure to announce the preliminary program for the 8th annual NECS conference that will take place in Prague from 20 to 22 June. We received an unprecedented number of proposals, meaning that the NECS Conference Committee needed to make some difficult decisions when it came to choosing proposals this year. While the decision-making process was challenging, it was also a necessary step in the development of the network ‒ I hope you understand.

    I would first like to thank you for the record number of proposals we received for this year’s conference ‒ a record that stands as testimony to both the achievements of NECS and the organizers of previous years’ conferences. Some of you may well have been attracted to our beautiful host city of Prague, but I would also like to think that many of you were equally drawn by this year’s topic of political engagement, which is clearly close to the hearts of many academics and media workers. Your proposals certainly reminded us that the adoption of a political perspective invites us radically to rethink many of the core tenets of Film Studies and Media Studies. At the same time, they showed us that such a perspective also opens up new fields of inquiry, which promise to spark critical discussions that are very much a part of broader public debates. It is my impression that this year the program will address a particularly wide range of issues of profound topical, social, technological, and aesthetic importance.
    I am also proud to confirm the participation of three wonderful keynote speakers: Georgina Born (University of Oxford), Gertrud Koch (Freie Universität Berlin), and Jonathan Beller (Pratt Institute, New York).

    The conference will play host to a special panel series prepared by the HOMER network, an international group engaged for almost 10 years in promoting and developing the historical study of movie-going, exhibition, and reception. HOMER will bring to Prague world-renowned film scholars, including Richard Maltby, John Caughie, Joseph Garncarz and Jeffrey Klenotic. For the first time, the NECS program showcases “posters”, whereby scholars present their research in visual terms to demonstrate their work-in-progress and to obtain feedback in a relaxed environment. This year, NECS will also offer numerous opportunities for delegates to interact with media practitioners, including at a workshop on international European production that will feature prominent producers and policymakers, and be chaired by Noemi Ferrer Schwenk of the Danish Film Institute.

    On the 18th and 19th of June, before the conference proper begins, there will be two pre-conference events that will be advertised separately on this website and via NECS: the HOMER workshop (10:00‒17:00 June 19) and the 7th NECS Graduate Workshop (June 18‒19).

    The Prague conference website will offer regularly updated information under the headings of Registration, Program, and Practical Info, as well as further information about special guests and events. You can also follow the Conference on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NECSConferencePrague2013.

    Last but not least, I would like to thank my colleagues from the NECS Conference Committee and from the Local Organization Committee, all of whom have done – and continue to do – an excellent job. If you have any specific questions, please address them to the relevant organizer listed below.

    I wish you a stimulating and enjoyable time at the conference!

    Warmly, Petr Szczepanik

    The NECS Conference Committee
    Melis Behlil, Sofia Bull, Aurore Fossard, Daniel Kulle, Alena Strohmaier, Petr Szczepanik

    The Local Organization
    Petr Szczepanik, Tereza Dvořáková, Šimon Bauer, Kateřina Svatoňová, Daniela Paulová, Alexandra Hroncová, Patricie Twardowska, Lucie Česálková, Petra Hanáková, Ivan Klimeš, Adéla Kokešová, Petr Bilík

    The NECS Steering Committee
    Melis Behlil, Sophie Einwächter, Jaap Kooijman, Tarja Laine, Trond Lundemo, Patricia Pisters, Astrid Söderbergh Widding, Malin Wahlberg

    SECOND ANNUAL SCREEN INDUSTRIES IN EAST-CENTRAL EUROPE CONFERENCE: CULTURAL POLICIES AND POLITICAL CULTURE

    23–25 November 2012, Masaryk  University, Brno, Czech Republic

    Programm is here

    Sponsored by the Czech Society of Film Studies and Masaryk University in collaboration with MINE – Media Industries Network Europe

    Please be so kind and fill out this registration form. It will only take a few moments! See the link.

    Přihlašovací formuláře: 

    Pro studenty z Brna a Olomouce platí formuláře uvedené zde.

    Pro všechny ostatní účastníky jsou zde.

    The Second Annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference (SIECE) will focus on the broadly defined issues of policies and politics. To date, historians have, by focusing on propaganda, censorship, and purges, examined in some measure the nature of top-down political control of media in the region; a region characterized somewhat notoriously by changes in political regimes and by the redrawing of national borders. Nevertheless, there remains a distinct lack of empirical and theoretical studies considering the ways in which policy and political agenda have shaped the structure and everyday practices of actual media institutions, and how, in turn, policy and political agenda have shaped media texts and cultural experiences of those texts. Accordingly, this conference provides a forum in which to interrogate the multifaceted relationships in East-Central Europe between, on the one hand, policy and politics, and on the other hand, screen media. Potential topics for papers and panels include but are not limited to:


    • Authoritarian state policies: direct, top-down state and Party control through ideological prescription, financing, quotas, censorship, planning, labor policies, etc …
    • Creative industries and today’s policy frameworks and institutions: “culture as heritage” and “cultural diversity” policies; adoption of neoliberal discourses around “creativity”, “creative economy” and “creative clusters”; regional and local economic development policies; European and national support programmes, including incentives for overseas producers, coproduction initiatives and “cultural tests”; festivals and film markets, etc …
    • Industry politics: political strategies and agendas as implemented and re-articulated through concrete practices of production, distribution, exhibition, and preservation
    • Micropolitics of production communities: struggles over authority, creative control, authorship, credit, reputation, trust, social status, etc …
    • Politics  of the text: politicized and subversive  genres, narratives,  styles, and readings, understood through their interaction with top-down cultural policies
    • Public-service broadcasting: to what extent has television replaced the socialist state as the main commissioner of, producer of, and delivery system for film, and what are the cultural-political consequences of such a shift?
    • Governance of participatory media: piracy (including its long political history in the region), sharing, mash- ups, intellectual property rights enforcement, surveillance and new forms of censorship in terms of their impact on online audiovisual production and dissemination
    • Media corruption: non-transparent media ownership, clientelism and the ways in which media manipulate politics and public opinion have been discussed widely in communication studies, but consideration of these issues is conspicuous by its absence from culturally-based research on film and television in East- Central European countries; however, last year’s conference showed that the question of who is “corrupting” audiovisual industries and how “corruption” takes form are topics of direct relevance to the region.

    The Second Annual Screen Industries in East-Central Europe conference investigates historical and contemporary dimensions of the region’s audiovisual media industries from all angles – local, transnational, economic, cultural, social, and political – and through a broad range of original scholarship delivered in the form of conceptual papers and empirical case-studies. A selection of the conference proceedings will be published in a special English- language issue of the Czech film studies journal Iluminace (www.iluminace.cz).


    Conference attendance is free of charge, and the conference will be conducted in the English language.

    Screen Industries in East-Central Europe, 2011 - Conference Reviews:

    Balázs Varga:  Strenghts, Limitations, Oppurtunities and Threats of New Research Agenda.

    Olof Hedling: A first of its kind production studies meeting at Brno.

    THEORIZING SCREENWRITING PRACTICE

    AN EAST-CENTRAL EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

    An International Workshop
    22–25 November 2012, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

    More is here.

    Screenwriting, much like the media environments of which it is a part, is currently undergoing profound and meaningful change. Much like the stor y departments of Holly wood’s majors at the tail end of the classical-era, the so-called dramaturgical or production “units” of the studios of former Socialist countries were in the early 1990s dissolved or down-sized. As a consequence, script development came increasingly to be influenced by external conditions including heterogeneous pools of freelance writers, unstable markets and consumer behavior, new financing schemes and marketing strategies, grant programs and coproduction agreements, franchising and product placement, and by participator y and transmedia stor ytelling techniques. Moreover, methods of scriptwriting, especially for television and online platforms, are becoming more time-constrained, streamlined, and collaborative, with show-runners increasingly combining the previously distinct roles of producer and writer. In East-Central Europe, the old system of script editing, doctoring, and mentoring that was fulfilled by the state-owned studios’ dramaturgs, literary chiefs, and “units”, has yet to be replaced in the spheres of independent production or in public-ser vice television by a new model of efficiency. Only recently has this issue received serious attention from European support programs and from the region’s major film schools.

    Accordingly, this workshop aims to bring together scholars of film and television, practicing screenwriters, and other media professionals to discuss changing practices, institutional frameworks, and the social status of screenwriting
    in contemporar y screen media. The workshop is both salient and timely, given that turbulent changes are currently reshaping media industries, and given a surge in academic interest in production practices encapsulated by the recent founding of the Journal of Screenwriting, the “Screenwriting Research Network”, and a conference series. This saliency and timeliness is underscored by an increase in self-reflexive practice among media professionals as a burgeoning circuit of industr y conferences, master classes and festival pitch forums offer various support schemes intended to encourage screenwriters to think more strategically about developing and presenting their projects.

    The workshop will consist of a keynote lecture, 3–4 conference-type panels, master classes, and a roundtable discussion. The workshop will also be integrated into the international conference “Screen Industries in East-Central Europe: Cultural Policies and Political Culture” (SIECE, 23–25 November 2011, Brno), to which internationally renowned experts on screenwriting as well as professional writers will be invited as special guests. Proposals are solicited for twenty-minute conference papers, and for panels of three or four speakers, focusing on any topic related to screenwriting practice. Panels of three to four papers will include a brief summarizing reflection of between five and ten minutes in length which will be delivered by an assigned respondent and which is designed to facilitate discussion. Proposals for conference papers should include a title, an abstract of up to 150 words, and between three and five key bibliographical references, along with the presenter’s name, the presenter’s institutional affiliation, and a concise bio. Panel proposals should include a panel title, a short description of up to 100 words on the panel’s focus, and proposals of all of the papers to be delivered (including the information described above). Please submit all proposals no later than 30 June 2012 to szczepan@phil.muni.cz.


    SECOND ANNUAL SCREEN INDUSTRIES IN EAST-CENTRAL EUROPE CONFERENCE: POSTER FORUM

    Widely used in the sciences, posters enable humanities scholars to re-envisage their research in visual terms. Posters offer an opportunity to present and demonstrate work-in progress, to obtain feedback in an informal environment, and expose delegates to the preliminary findings of innovative on-going research. Posters also address a broad audience, permit the highlighting of the multi-disciplinary nature of work, facilitate exchanges among researchers, and enable the development of international collaborations. Visualize your research in order to communicate it simply, efficiently, and clearly.

    Please submit by email a working title and abstract (200-250 words) by 30 July 2012 to Lucie Česálková: lucie.cesalkova@gmail.com.

    CFP here

    Archiv konferencí:

    1. STUDENTSKÁ FILMOVĚDNÁ KONFERENCE 

    16.10. v Olomouci.

    AVkonference je projekt studentů Katedry divadelních, filmových a mediálních studií FF UP v Olomouci. Hlavním cílem konference je snaha o navázání komunikace a spolupráce mezi studenty kateder filmových studií v České republice, k čemuž vybízí i rozvoj aktivit CEFSu. Sekundárním cílem je pak snaha prezentovat bádání ve vybrané oblasti teorie a historie audiovizuálních médií. Více informací na http://avkonference.wordpress.com/.

    Program naleznete zde.

    Doktorandská konference: 24. a 25. května 2012

    Každoroční akce pořádaná Ústavem filmu a audiovizuální kultury Filozofické fakulty MU Brno, na níž se setkávají nad tématy disertačních prací a badatelskou problematikou setkávat doktorandi, jejich školitelé i další učitelé a studenti. Doktorandská konference má být platformou pro mezikatedrovou filmologickou diskuzi, nabízet jednotlivým doktorandům unikátní možnost prezentovat svou práci a získat zpětnou vazbu, a tím přispět ke zkvalitnění doktorandského výzkumu, disertačních projektů a celého doktorského studia a potažmo i oborového diskurzu.

    Letošní ročník chystáme opět v rozšířené podobě jako dvoudenní. První den (24. května) se plánuje jednání odpoledne od 14 hod. do 19 hod., druhý den (25. května) se pokračuje dopoledne od 10 hod. do 14 hod.

    Kvůli včasnému zajištění ubytování a dalších služeb žádáme individuálně všechny zájemce (tedy doktorandy i učitele) o vyplnění účastnické přihlášky, která je přílohou tohoto dopisu. Přihlášku prosíme odeslat v elektronické podobě Jakubu Klímovi (mendez.klima@gmail.com) nebo Radomíru D. Kokešovi (douglas.kokes@gmail.com), a to nejpozději do konce dubna 2012.

    Prezentující zároveň žádáme o zaslání názvu jejich příspěvků se stručnou charakteristikou (do konce dubna 2012) a následně anotací (do 14. května 2012). O přijetí či nepřijetí příspěvků pro konferenci budou daní prezentující informováni do 3. května 2012.

    Zvací dopis, ve kterém najdete další informace, naleznete zde.

    International Conference: Screen Industries in East-Central Europe

    11.-13. November 2011

    Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

    Sponsored by the Czech Society of Film Studies and The Visegrad Fund


    The cinema and television of East-Central Europe have tended to be considered in terms of national heritage, ideology, and style; to date, textual analysis has been a preeminent methodology and the region’s so-called new waves privileged objects of study. Conversely, the day-to-day operations of the region’s screen industries have received surprisingly little sustained investigation, with a paucity of attention having been paid to their modes of production, distribution, exhibition, and delivery, and to communities of industry personnel (beyond a narrow canon of celebrated directors, screenwriters, and actors). Screen Industries in East-Central Europe, an international conference held at Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic, represents, to the best knowledge of its organizers, the region’s first intervention into the field of screen industry studies – a discipline developing rapidly in the United States and Western Europe.

    The Screen Industries in East-Central Europe conference investigates historical and contemporary dimensions of the region’s screen industries and their professional communities from all angles – local, transnational, economic, cultural, social, and political – through a broad range of original scholarship delivered in the form of conceptual papers and empirical case-studies. A selection of the conference proceedings will be published in a special English-language issue of the Czech film studies journal Iluminace.

    Program naleznete zde (verzi k tisku zde) / Program schedule can be found here (print version here).

    Mapy najdete zde / Maps can be found here.

    How to connect to Eduoram network at Masaryk University with Mac and with PC.

    Day 1: Friday, 11 November

    13:30    Welcome and Opening Remarks

    14:00–16:00 Panel 1: Emergence of Centralized Systems
    Chair: Anna Batistová (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic)
    Respondent: Marsha Siefert (Central European University, Budapest, Hungary)
    Ivan Klimeš (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic): “The Birth of the Centralised Cinema”
    Valérie Pozner (French National Center for Scientific Research, Paris, France): “Soviet Cinema under the First Five Year Plan: The Building of a Film Industry”
    Šimon Bauer (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic): “Czechoslovak TV vs. the State-owned Film Industry in the 1950s”

    16:30–18:30 Panel 2: Cold-War Versions of Transnational Exchange
    Chair: Lucie Česálková (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic)
    Respondent: Nataša Ďurovičová (The University of Iowa, USA)
    Jindřiška Bláhová (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic): “The Real Mission to Moscow: Hollywood, the Soviet Film Industry, and Eastern European Markets”
    Marsha Siefert (Central European University, Budapest, Hungary): “International in Form, Socialist in Content?  Co-producing Films in East-Central Europe”
    Pavel Skopal (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic): “War and Skate.  How National Conditions and Demands Shaped DEFA-Barrandov Cooperation in 1957 and 1965”

    19:00 Joint dinner and drinks at Avia restaurant

    Day 2: Saturday, 12 November

    9:00–11:00 Panel 3: Production Practices and Communities
    Chair: Petra Hanáková (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic)
    Respondent: Marcin Adamczak (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland)
    Beata Hock (Universität Leipzig, Germany): “Woman and/in the Hungarian Cinema (Industry), 1945–2005”
    Jamie Miller (independent scholar, UK): “Early Soviet Film Production: The Case of the Mezhrabpom Studio”
    Petr Szczepanik (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic): “Dramaturgy: The State-Socialist Mode of Production”

    11:15–13:15 Panel 4: Creativity under Political Control and State Commission
    Chair: Richard Nowell (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic)
    Respondent: Teréz Vincze (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary)
    Anna Misiak (University College Falmouth, UK): “Dare to Be Critical: Making Films in Poland under Communist Control”
    Daniel Bird (Sheffield University, UK): “Short Life, Long Death: The Making and Unmaking of Andrzej Żuławski’s Na srebrnym globie (On the Silver Globe, 1978/88)”
    Lucie Česálková (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic): “The Weight of the External Adviser’s Words: The Organization of the Production of Nonfiction Filmmaking in 1950s Czechoslovakia”

    13:15–14:15 lunch break

    14:15–15:30 Membership Meeting of the Czech Society of Film Studies: Annual Awards and other announcements

    15:30–17:30 Panel 5: Contemporary National Markets
    Chair: Teréz Vincze (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary)
    Respondent: Richard Nowell (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic)
    Marcin Adamczak (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland): “Polish Cinema after 1989: The Quest for Visibility and Voice in Market Reality”
    John Cunningham (Sheffield Hallam University, UK): “The Last Round-up? Problems and Prospects for the Hungarian Film Industry”
    Petr Bilík (Palacký University, Olomouc, Czech Republic): “Film Festivals as a Supporting Network for National Cinema: The Czech Experience”

    18:00–19:00 Keynote Address
    Location: The Museum of Applied Arts
    Aniko Imre (University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA): “Brave New European Media Industries – A Regional Research Agenda”
    Respondent: Petra Hanáková (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic)

    19:30–22:00 Reception
    Location: The Museum of Applied Arts

    Day 3: Sunday, 13 November

    9:00¬–9:45 Presentations
    Presentation of Studies in Eastern European Cinema (John Cunningham)
    Presentation of Iluminace – The Journal of Film Theory, History, and Aesthetics (Petr Szczepanik)

    10:00–12:00 Panel 6: Self-governance and Financing
    Chair: Jindřiška Bláhová (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic)
    Respondent: John Cunningham (Sheffield Hallam University, UK)
    Balázs Varga (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary): “Questions of Self-governance in the Hungarian Film Industry”
    Tereza Czesany Dvořáková (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic): “Lack of Money, Law and Institutions? Czech Film Production Financing Questions”
    Andrea Slováková (Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic): “Contemporary Documentary Filmmaking:  Local Financial Sources, Production Practices and Creative Methods“

    12:00 Olof Hedling (Lund University, Sweden): Closing Remarks

    Conference Organizer: Petr Szczepanik (szczepan@phil.muni.cz) in association with the Czech Society of Film Studies (www.cefs.cz), and the Department of Film Studies and Audiovisual Culture, Masaryk University (www.phil.muni.cz/wufv)

    Conference Management: Adéla Kokešová (adelakokesova@gmail.com; 737956645)


    V rámci konference se odehraje oficiální setkání valné hromady CEFSu, a to 11. 11. 2011 od 11:00, v budově FF MU na ulici Arne Nováka 1 v Brně, v místnosti D22.
    Na programu bude zhodnocení dosavadních aktivit společnosti, představení aktuálních plánů a debata o jejím možném směřování.
    Účast všech členů společnosti bude na tomto jednání více než vítaná.

    Rady a základní informace:

    Po příjezdu: 

    •    Adresa hotelu Amphone je: třída Kapitána Jaroše 29, Brno 602 00
    •    Adresa konání konference: Filozofická fakulta Masarykovy univerzity, Arne Nováka 1, Brno 602 00

    Mapy naleznete zde

    Všechny důležité informace, které se týkají konference najdete ve složce, kterou obdržíte v hotelu. V případě, že po příjezdu zamíříte rovnou na konferenci, obdržíte materiály tam.

    Prezentace: 

    •    Svou prezentaci si prosím přineste na flash disku (pokud nemáte vlastní flash disk, zapůjčíme Vám na místě). Vaše prezentace budou před začátkem panelu imístěny na plochu notebooku, který bude připojený k audio/video systému v učebně.
    •    V případě, že máte Mac, v takovém případě je třeba soubor exportovat do formátu PDF.

    INTERNET

    •    Máte-li na své univerzitě síť Eduroam, měla by fungovat i v Brně.
    •    Jestli síť Eduroam nemáte k dispozici, stáhněte si prosím jeden z návodů do svého notebooku či MacBooku, který Vás navede, ja se připojit k místní síti.
    •    Přihlašovací jméno a heslo najdete ve své konferenční sloľce.

    PŘI NEJHORŠÍM

    •    V případě, že se v Brně ztratíte či budete potřebovat pomoct, neváhejte a volejte Adéle Kokešové na číslo +420 737 956 645
    •    Pokud byste onemocněli a rozhodli se, že nedorazíte, spojte se s námi, prosím, co nejdříve.

    Doktorandská konference 

    Každoroční akce pořádanáÚstavem filmu a audiovizuální kultury Filozofické fakulty MU Brno, na níž se setkávají nad tématy disertačních prací a badatelskou problematikou setkávat doktorandi, jejich školitelé i další učitelé a studenti. Doktorandská konference má být platformou pro mezikatedrovou filmologickou diskuzi, nabízet jednotlivým doktorandům unikátní možnost prezentovat svou práci a získat zpětnou vazbu, a tím přispět ke zkvalitnění doktorandského výzkumu, disertačních projektů a celého doktorského studia a potažmo i oborového diskurzu.

    Letoční konfernce proběhne ve dnech 26. a 27. května 2011. Definitivní program s anotací naleznete zde. Ve čtvrtek 26. května bude od 19: 00 následovat v Mínus Trojce historicky první CEFS GET TOGETHER PARTY, na kterou jste více než srdečně zváni!

    http://www.phil.muni.cz/wufv/home/studium/obory/doktorske/doktorandska-konference

    Konference CEFSu

    Každoroční konference CEFSu nabízí příležitost pro prezentaci širokého spektra původních výzkumů v oblasti filmu a dalších audiovizuálních médií, stejně jako prostor pro rozvíjení kritické diskuse, setkávání a navazování kontaktů mezi badateli. K doplňkovým funkcím konference patří propagace inovativního bádání, prostředkování dialogu mezi různými obory, případně mezi badateli a mediálními praktiky, slavnostní předávání cen a rozvíjení přátelských vztahů v odborné komunitě.

    Volba témat jednotlivých ročníků konference bude vycházet z otevřené diskuse členské základny v rámci předcházejícího ročníku a internetového fóra na webových stránkách CEFSu, z potřeb jednotlivých členských pracovišť a z osobních podnětů členů. O tématu definitivně rozhodne rada CEFSu na zvláštním podzimním zasedání.

    O místě konání, výběru panelů a příspěvků a o sestavě programu konference rozhoduje rada CEFSu. Hlavními kritérii při posuzování a výběru návrhů jsou originalita, přesvědčivost, ujasněnost a přínosnost vzhledem k aktuálnímu stavu poznání, nikoli oborová a institucionální příslušnost navrhovatele, téma, teoretické paradigma či metoda. V budoucnu bude za výběr příspěvků zodpovědná zvláštní programová komise.

    CEFS vždy na podzim oznámí téma, termín a místo konání jarní konference a určí termíny pro příjem návrhů na panely a příspěvky a pro registraci.

    Jednacími jazyky konference jsou čeština, slovenština a angličtina.

    Konferenční příspěvky by neměly reprodukovat již dříve publikované texty. Po skončení konference mohou být publikovány v samostatném sborníku nebo v časopise CEFSu Iluminace.

    Účast na konferenci je možná v těchto rolích:

    • posluchač-člen
    • posluchač-nečlen
    • chairman panelu
    • přispěvatel v panelu
    • respondent panelu
    • chairman workshopu
    • účastník workshopu
    • moderátor panelové diskuse
    • pozvaný autor úvodní přednášky
    • pozvaný účastník panelové diskuse

    Uvedené role lze kombinovat, ale nikoli duplikovat: každý účastník může přednést maximálně jeden příspěvek, vést jeden panel či workshop, podílet se na jednom workshopu. Návrhy lze zasílat v těchto kategoriích:

    • panel (s předem dojednanými účastníky nebo bez nich)
    • standardní příspěvek (navržený v rámci konkrétního panelu nebo volně)
    • workshop (s předem dojednanými účastníky nebo bez nich)
    • příspěvek v rámci workshopu
    • panelová diskuse

    Navrhovatelé zašlou do stanoveného termínu název a 100slovný popis tématu v případě panelu a workshopu, název a 300slovný abstrakt v případě jednotlivých příspěvků. Každý 120minutový panel se skládá ze tří nebo čtyř 20minutových příspěvků a případně ještě z 10minutového vstupu respondenta, zbytek času zabírá diskuse. Příspěvky v rámci 120minutových workshopů trvají 5 až 10 minut, po nich následuje diskuse.

    Povinnosti chairmanů: představují účastníky (jednominutovým přehledem jejich dosavadní práce); zodpovídají za dodržení časových limitů (dávají řečníkům smluvený signál, pokud hrozí překročení limitu) a stanoveného tématu; iniciují a řídí diskusi.

    Členové CEFSu a pozvaní hosté mají účast na konferenci zdarma, ostatní účastníci platí poplatek ve výši 200 Kč.

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