Popular Communication

Symposium ‘Remaking European Cinema’

On 1 June 2018, the international symposium ‘Remaking European Cinema: A symposium on the theory and practice of the film remake in a European context’ will take place at Ghent University. The purpose of the symposium is to bring together scholars with expertise in the currently vibrant field of remake studies for a discussion of the dynamics and particularities of the film remake in a European context. Keynote speakers are Thomas Leitch (University of Delaware), Lucy Mazdon (University of Southampton) and Iain R. Smith (King’s College London), The symposium is organized by Gertjan Willems, Eduard Cuelenaere & Stijn Joye, Centre for Cinema and Media Studies, Ghent University. The symposium is sponsored by the Popular Communication division of NeFCA. PhD students who are a member of NeFCA can participate in and attend the symposium for free.

More information and the Call for Papers (deadline: 10 March 2018) can be found at https://remakingeurope.com/



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