Centre for Cinema Studies - Events
The Centre’s activities aims to be a crossroads for academic discussion of film, with emphasis on the engagement in debate and exchange of ideas (both on and off-campus).
Debate and exchange of ideas: The Centre welcomes scholars as visiting fellows or temporary residents, and invites them to make use of the infrastructure and resources of the Centre.
Wherever possible the Centre will aim to let the wider UBC community benefit from the presence of its visitors, by organizing seminars, workshops, visiting lectures, presentations, or peer-to-peer debate.
Film Symposium on Migration, Multiculturalism and Misunderstandings
>>Click here to view Symposium flyer (coming soon)
Join us for a screening and discussion of two controversial European films about the chances and challenges of demographic changes in society.
2.00 till 5.30 pm in the Royal Bank Cinema at the Chan Centre, 6265 Crescent Road, UBC, Room 290.
FREE, but due to limited seating, please reserve a seat by calling 604.822.2697
The Centre for Cinema Studies is hosting a symposium directed by Angela Piccini from the Department of Drama: Theatre, Film and Television at the University of Bristol.
During her stay in Vancouver, Angela will be undertaking research on the production and reception of mediatised material culture associated with the 2010 Olympics. As a Visiting Fellow, she will also be contributing both to graduate and undergraduate teaching via a seminar series and to interdepartmental research culture via a graduate/faculty roundtable.
“Film Studies Association of Canada/Assocatiation Canadienne des Etudes Cinématographiques
Annual conference at the Learned Societies Congress of Social Science and Humanities.
The Past is a Difficult Country:
German Film Festival & Symposium
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
(GFFSUV) – jointly organized by the Centre for Cinema Studies and CENES