The annual conference of the Film Studies Association of Canada/L’Association canadienne d’études cinématographiques welcomes proposals in either English or French for papers, workshops and roundtables related to the Congress theme "The Next 150, On Indigenous Lands" and/or on any topic relevant to research in film, media art, mass media or popular culture. Presentations may be on contemporary or historical subjects, and on fiction film, documentary, experimental or hybrid film/media based anywhere in the world. Papers may deal with individual films or filmmakers, national cinemas, industries, audiences and forms of representation such as related to gender and sexuality. We especially encourage Indigenous scholars and scholarly presentations on Indigenous media. The keynote speaker for the 2017 conference is Indigenous writer, critic and broadcaster Jesse Wente. The association will also co-sponsor an event with the Sexuality Studies Association and is planning other activities of interest to scholars in cognate fields and to the general public. In order to submit a proposal, you must purchase a membership in the association.
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19:00 - 20:30- Martin Walsh memorial lecture: "Alanis to Taika: The Seven Generations of Indigenous Cinema"
18:30 - 19:30- Once is not enough: Repetition in sex, activism and opera
18:30 - 22:00- Claude Jutra's Mon Oncle Antoine: Film screening and panel discussion
Film, Media, Television, Art, Popular Culture
Darrell Varga, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
Paul Moore, Ryerson University