On the 22th of February, the Faculty of Communication (USC) hosts the first working session of the “eDCINEMA: eDCINEMA: Cara o Espazo Dixital Europeo. O papel das cinematografías pequenas en versión original”. This research, carried out by the Group of Audiovisual Studies under the direction of Margarita Ledo Andión, aims to detect barriers that prevent the consolidation cinema in original version as a mediating agent in diversity policies in order to identificate the key to improve the visibility and accessibility of these cinematographies inside the digital and community space.
The project presents a research team composed of members from different Spanish universities (Madrid, Malaga, Murcia, Salamanca, Sevilla, Basque Country and Vigo) and has the support of renowned international scholars as Jacques Guyot (University Paris 8), Thomas Elsaesser (University of Amsterdam) Hannu Vanhanen (University of Lapland) and Steve Blandford (University of Glamorgan).
In the first of the Days eDCINEMA, researchers will advance in the development of the state of the art. At this time, the meeting will be attended by Demetrio Brisset (University of Malaga), Begoña Gutiérrez (University of Salamanca), Francisco Sierra (University of Seville), Francisco Azpillaga (University of Basque Country) and Monica Valderrama (University of Vigo).
On the occasion of its 25th years old, the Galician Association of Independent Film Production Companies (AGAPI) changes its webpage with a new design and functions, seeking to improve the offered output. In this way, the webpage will try to adapt to current needs of the market and become a useful tool at service of […]
The Commission of Linguistic Normalisation of the Faculty of Communication Sciences of the USC calls for the eighth edition of the prize Somos a curta!, that rewards the best audiovisual short in Galcian language of cinema of the real presented by any member(s) of the student body of the three Galician universities, of the official […]
The audiovisual sector is going through complicated times, as the report “O cine en Galicia” concludes, registering a lost of viewers and incomes in traditional cinema. Last year, following state tendency, Galiza lost more than 100.000 spectators, what means a descent of one tenth in the medium attendance, now of 1,4 film per habitant. The […]