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RECENT EVENTS:

CONFERENCES:
FILMS BEGET DIGITAL: A DAY OF SCREENINGS AND DISCUSSION

26 February 2005 - Birkbeck, University of London

OFF-SCREEN SPACES: REGIONALISM AND GLOBALISED CULTURES
An international conference on Film, Television and Media: Cultures and Policies

28-30 July 2004 - University of Ulster, Coleraine - Portrush Campus

GETTING IT MADE: CONTEMPORARY FILM AND VIDEO
In collaboration with Tate Britain

27 March 2004 - Tate Britain, London

MULTIMEDIA HISTORIES: FROM MAGIC LANTERN TO THE INTERNET

21-23 July 2003 - University of Exeter

Investigating the continuities between nineteenth-century optical recreations and subsequent screen technologies.

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18-20 July 2002 - Showroom Cinema - Sheffield - UK

A CONFERENCE EXPLORING THE 'INDIGENOUS' AND THE 'EXPORTABLE' IN FILM AND TELEVISION CULTURE


POSTGRADUATE TRAINING EVENTS:

2004-5:

Practice-based Research in the Audiovisual and Digital Field
25 February 2005 - Birkbeck, University of London

British Silent Cinema
7-10 April 2005 - Broadway Media Centre, Nottingham

Researching Regional and National Film and Television
21 April 2005 - Dublin

Film and Broadcasting Policy
20 May 2005 - University of Lincoln


2003-4:

British Silent Cinema
15-18 April 2004 - Broadway Media Centre, Nottingham

Researching National and regional Film and Television
29 April 2004 - University of Ulster, Coleraine - Portrush Campus


PUBLIC MEETING:

WATCH OUT! NEW RULES FOR TV AND RADIO

3 December 2002 - Showroom Cinema - Sheffield

A public meeting about the new Communications Bill and the effect that this will have on all aspects of our communications from telephones and computers to TV and radio.


STUDY DAYS:

FILM HISTORY IN QUESTION
A study day jointly organised with Screen Studies Group, School of Advanced Study, University of London

21 November 2003 - Senate House, University of London

23 Feb 2001 Archiving
venue: Birkbeck
organised by: Laura Mulvey (Birkbeck), David Curtis (Central St Martins), Frank Gray (Brighton)
6 April 2001

Policy Communications White Paper
venue: Birkbeck
organised by: Sylvia Harvey and Simon Blanchard (Sheffield Hallam University)

9 May 2001

Biograph and Early British Cinema
venue: Brighton
organised by: Frank Gray (University of Brighton)

28 Sept 2001

Trading Culture: aspects of the 'indigenous' and the 'exportable' in British film and television culture
venue: Birkbeck
organised by: Simon Blanchard (Sheffield Hallam University)

June 2002

Television in the 1960s
venue: tbc
organised by: John Hill (University of Ulster, Coleraine)

Please contact the Centre Administrator if you are interested in attending any of these events.

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