Welcome to the new home for the Permanent Seminar on Histories of Film Theories, an open network of film scholars interested in excavating and re-reading historical contributions and debates on film. Special attention is devoted to early writings on cinema as well as more recent reconsiderations of film's role in the new media landscape. The Permanent Seminar is affiliated with the Film Theory in Media History book series published through the Amsterdam University Press.
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Past Conference: Featured Panels at IMPACT: Technology, Art & Historiography of Cinema in Montreal, 2011

“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...

Past Conference: XVI Udine International Film Studies – Italy, 2009

In cooperation with the Permanent Seminar, the Udine International Film Studies Conference, 23-26 March, 2009, was on the theme: In The Very Beginning and At The Very End. The goal was to study how early cinema was defined and framed in relation to the artistic and cultural phenomena of its times under as many national...
The Impact of Technological Innovations on the Theory and Historiography of Cinema - Montreal, 2011

The Impact of Technological Innovations on the Theory and Historiography of Cinema – Montreal, 2011

Presented by ARTHEMIS, GRAFICS, and The Permanent Seminar on the Histories of Film Theory, this conference offered 6 days of panels and papers at Cinématheque Québécoise in Montreal, Nov 1-6, 2011. The full schedule is ONLINE HERE and available for DOWNLOAD HERE (PDF).