CFE “Re-intermediation: Distribution, Online Access, and Gatekeeping in the Digital European Market”

Cinéma & Cie. – International Film Studies Journal

SPECIAL ISSUE NO. 29

Re-intermediation: Distribution, Online Access, and Gatekeeping in the Digital European Market

Edited by Stefano Baschiera, Francesco Di Chiara, and Valentina Re

Deadline for abstract proposal: March 10, 2017

Contributors are asked to send an abstract in English or French (300-500 words, 5 keywords, and 5 bibliographical references) and a short biographical note (150 words) to:

submissions.cinemaetcie@gmail.com

All notifications of acceptance will be sent no later than April 1, 2017. If accepted, 4,000 word essays will then be required for peer review by July 31, 2017.

International Journal of Film and Media Arts – Call for Full Papers and Book reviews for vol. 2, no. 1

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International Journal of Film and Media Arts – CFP open: Vol. 2, No. 1. Spatial storytelling: discussing the future of cinema

The call for full papers and book reviews for vol. 2, no. 1 (to be published June 2017) on spatial storytelling is open.

Visit: revistas.ulusofona.pt/index.php/ijfma/announcement/view/59

Today, interactive user-oriented narrative is overtaking story structures traditionally linked to linear time based narrative. Unlike time-based media, which are often single-authored, and presented to its audience, digital space based narrative evolves through user motivated use of the media affordances in different contexts. The user, unlike the audience, co-creates the story while playing it, but also helps in reshaping the media.

New issue: The International Journal of Film and Media Arts. Vol. 1 No. 2 – Stereoscopic and Immersive Media

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The International Journal of Film and Media Arts Volume: 1, Number: 2 (2016) is now available online.

revistas.ulusofona.pt/index.php/ijfma/issue/current

The second number of the International Journal of Film and Media Arts is dedicated to stereoscopic and immersive media. This issue has contributions from researchers, scholars and archivists working on visual media renowned for their stereoscopic and immersive features.

The papers in this issue keenly reflect a diversity of approaches that contribute to a critical understanding of stereo and immersive media today in the broad context of haptic and visual media cultures, with topics ranging from immersive pre-cinematic media, and scientific stereoscopic practices, to spatial and cultural aspects of virtual travel.