SIECE

Marcin Adamczak: EKRANY EUROPY ŚRODKOWEJ

Czy w przemyśle filmowym autorem jest tylko reżyser? O zbiorowym wysiłku ekipy na planie, relacjach artystów z państwem-mecenasem, a także obecnym stanie studiów filmoznawczych w Europie Środkowej dyskutowano w ramach III konferencji Screen Industries in East-Central Europe.

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SIECE III: Originální i kontroverzní

Konference se zaměřila na autorství ve filmovém a televizním průmyslu

Reflexe filmového a televizního průmyslu na konferenci SIECE III

Třetí ročník mezinárodní konference Filmový a televizní průmysl ve středovýchodní Evropě (Screen Industries in East-Central Europe ‒ SIECE) se po dvou ročnících na Masarykově univerzitě přesunul na Univerzitu Palackého do Olomouce. Ve dnech 28. 11. - 1.12.2013 se tak v prostorách Uměleckého centra UP sešli akademici i zástupci filmového a televizního průmyslu, aby tu v rámci letošního ročníku diskutovali o roli autora v audiovizi.

SIECE III: Industrial Authorship 2013

THIRD ANNUAL SCREEN INDUSTRY IN EAST CENTRAL EUROPE CONFERENCE
29 November – 1 December 2013, Palacký University, Olomouc, Czech Republic

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Theorizing Screenwriting Practice 2012 (SIECE II)

The workshop Theorizing Screenwriting Practice brought 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 contemporary screen media.

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Iluminace: Bridging the Gaps

Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference and Theorizing Screenwriting Practice Workshop, Brno, 22–25 November 2012.

Back in 2011, the inaugural Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference (SIECE) was driven by the need to complement textual analysis with examinations of the institutional contexts that shape the production and content of films. "is was a particularly important step for
a region in which such studies have been quite rare. In its second year, the conference expanded in size and included a workshop entitled Theorizing Screenwriting Practice. Whereas the conference was intended to foster debate among screen studies scholars, the workshop was intended to encourage mutually bene!cial exchanges between academics and creative practitioners.

Iluminace: Strengths, Limitations, Opportunities and Threats of New Research Agenda

Screen Industries in East-Central Europe Conference, Brno, 11–13 November 2011

The hosting of a screen studies conference is by no means a risk-free endeavor, considering the steady stream of such events taking place around the world. Notwithstanding the conference’s widely accepted importance as a forum for scholarly dialogue, a new conference is required to justify its existence. Screen Industries in East-Central Europe conference, which was held at Masaryk University, Brno, and which was organized by Petr Szczepanik, in association with the Czech Society of Film Studies and the Department of Film Studies and Audiovisual Culture, Masaryk University, was intended to fill several sizable gaps remaining in the study of East-Central European cinema.

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Kontakty

Hlavní koordinátor:
Petr Szczepanik: szczepan@phil.muni.cz

Koordinátor projektu + koordinátor pro shadowing v produkčních společnostech (stáže):
Marek Loskot: marek.loskot@gmail.com

Kontakt: info@projectfind.cz