“The Impact of Technological Innovations on the Theory and Historiography of Cinema” conference in Montreal at Cinémathèque Québécoise included round table events featuring members of The Permanent Seminar, as well as several papers.
- Roundtable discussion: On Apparatus Theory and its relevance in an era of multi-screen ubiquity. Moderated by Francesco Casetti. Nov. 3rd, 9:00-11:35@Norman-McLaren
- Roundtable discussion: What are the Function and Value of a Technological History of Cinema? Moderated by Vincenz Hediger. Nov. 6th, 13:35-16:10@Norman-McLaren
- Francesco Casetti, “This Little Magic Machine. Technology and Iconophobia in Early Film Theories,” 14:10@Norman-McLaren, Nov. 2nd
- Vincenz Hediger, “Images Out of Bounds: Film Theory, Media Theory and the Philosophy of Technology in the 1950s,” 9:40@Claude-Jutra Nov. 4th