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CAMIRA Jury à ENTREVUES BELFORT FESTIVAL 2017

ENTREVUES BELFORT FILM FESTIVAL 

25 nov. – 3 dec. 2017

 

FESTIVLA

Jury Camira

 

Jorge Flores Velasco (Équateur)

Producteur de cinéma et de musique électronique, doctorant en études cinématographiques et programmateur (festival Edoc en équateur)

Andrea Franco (Espagne)

Journaliste (La Furia Umana, Transit, cine y otros desvios) et programmatrice pour des musées, cinémathèques et festivals (festival d’Ourense)

Benjamin Léon (Belgique)

Spécialiste du cinéma expérimental, docteur en études cinématographiques et audiovisuelles, enseignant à l’université de Lille et à l’université libre de Bruxelles

 

L’ALTERNATIVA ACTIVITATS: VIOLÈNCIA I SEDUCCIÓ DE MASSES

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TAULA RODONA: VIOLÈNCIA I SEDUCCIÓ DE MASSES

 

Durant el segle XX, l’anomenat “cinema de propaganda” també es va utilitzar com a instrument polític per promoure les ideologies dels règims autoritaris i manipular les masses. L’amenaça terrorista que representa Estat Islàmic està vinculada als canvis que s’han produït en l’àmbit de la comunicació pública, ja que el terrorisme modern és un fenomen que engloba tots els aspectes que estan relacionats amb aquest àmbit.

Les tàctiques terroristes han evolucionat al mateix ritme que els mitjans de comunicació, i s’ha produït una simbiosi. Els atemptats ja no busquen únicament l’eliminació física de l’adversari polític; són actes de comunicació dissenyats per oferir accions violentes, dramàtiques i amb grans dosis d’espectacle als mitjans.

Aquesta activitat es complementa amb la projecció de TAHQIQ FEL DJENNA (INVESTIGANT EL PARADÍS), de Merzak Allouache.

  • Alba Sotorra
  • Ivan Pintor
  • Ramia Chaoui
  • Mònica Rius

Moderen:
Mireia Iniesta i Patricia Baena (CAMIRA)

 

Divendres 17 de novembre, 19.15 h

Sala Raval CCCB

Entrada gratuïta

Aforament limitat

CALL FOR PAPERS: Sex and the Materiality of Adult Media

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

Feminist Media Histories: An International Journal

Special Issue: Sex and the Materiality of Adult Media

Guest Editor: Elena Gorfinkel

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We invite proposals for a special issue on Sex and the Materiality of Adult Media. This issue of Feminist Media Histories considers the role of women and gender in sex media, broadly defined. The issue aims to capaciously account for the labor and involvement of women in varied “adult” fields – as directors, actors, editors, exhibitors, promoters, cinematographers, photographers, and spectators, among other roles. This call seeks historical, archivally-oriented and materialist accounts that excavate feminist histories of varied pornographies, hard and soft, in sexually explicit independent film and video, as well as in more marginal or liminal zones of erotic film practice and visual and media cultures. We welcome varied considerations of the intersections of gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, class and ability, and approaches that employ diverse feminist and queer methodologies, across historical periods and in multiple locations. We also welcome and are very keen to include ephemera, archival materials, and/or interviews with women practitioners in sex media. The scope of the issue is necessarily global, with keen interest in practices and histories outside of the Anglo-European context.
Potential topics include but are not limited to:
• histories of women makers and consumers of hard-core
• the sexually explicit avant-garde and the underground
• lesbian, gay, queer and trans sex cinema histories – makers, scenes, communities
• 1960s sexploitation cinema and overlooked labor – actors, directors, producers and other personnel
• filmmakers, actors and consumers of color in sex media
• global media practices and local sex scenes
• women in sexual print cultures – 19th-century to present (models, photographers, readers, writers)
Interested contributors should contact guest editor Elena Gorfinkel directly, sending a 300-word proposal no later than Dec 5, 2017 to elena.gorfinkel@kcl.ac.uk. Contributors will be notified Jan 15, 2018. Article drafts will be due by May 1, 2018 and will then be sent out for anonymous peer review.
Feminist Media Histories is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to feminist histories of film, video, audio, and digital technologies across a range of periods and global contexts. Inter-medial and trans-national in approach, Feminist Media Histories examines the historical role gender has played in varied media technologies, and documents women’s engagement with these media as audiences and users, creators and executives, critics and theorists, technicians and laborers, educators and activists. Feminist Media Histories is published quarterly by the University of California Press. More information is available here: http://fmh.ucpress.edu/