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Ledo Andión no Malaga Docs

Margarita Ledo Andión participates in Málaga Docs

Professor Ledo Andión wrote the prologue to the collective book El documental en España. Historia, Historia, estética e identidad.


The Malaga Festival returns to the Malaga Docsconference with the publication of the collective book El documental en España. Historia, estética e identidad (Documentary film in Spain. History, aesthetics and identity), published by Cátedra and the festival itself.

Complementing the presentation of this volume is the Documentary Film Meeting 2023,En el espejo: una mirada compartida al cine documental en España(In the Mirror: A Shared Look at Documentary Film in Spain), which takes some of the principles and themes of the book – the aesthetic and identity aspects, but also the historical ones, transversal to all the sessions -, the integrating philosophy – of profiles, of geographies – that inspired it, and the radiography of the main industrial challenges of these cinemas, to ask ourselves about the image that gives us a joint and reflective look at documentary film in Spain.

The Professor of the USC, Principal Researcher of the Grupo de Estudos Audiovisuais (GEA) and filmmaker participated, with Josep Maria Català of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, in the panel discussion And can (documentary) cinema still move the world?

Ledo and Català wrote, respectively, the prologue and epilogue toEl documental en España. Historia, estética e identidad, texts that propose essential questions about the function of documentary film in a constantly changing cinematographic and technological context. In this dialogue, they analyse the present continuum of non-action to identify the current expansion of its limits and the expression of some of its aesthetic and political constants, linked to Klotz and Perceval’s question that Professor Ledo includes in her prologue: Can cinema still move the world?

Margarita Ledo Andión takes part in the conference “50 anos do 25 de abril “.
The Emeritus Professor of the GEA will be participating in the colloquium: "O 25 de abril do outro lado do Miño" at the Faculty of Philology of the USC.

The Carnation Revolution, the military uprising of 25 April 1974 in Portugal, known in Portuguese as the Revolução dos Cravos, brought down in one day the dictatorial political regime that had existed in the neighbouring country since 1926. The five days that make up the programme of the conference commemorating the 50th anniversary of this […]

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30th AGAPI anniversary
The second journey will take place on Wednesday 17 April at the Faculty of Communication Sciences of the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC).

In 2024 AGAPI celebrates its 30th anniversary and one of the actions it is going to carry out is the celebration of itinerant training sessions in the three Galician universities in the faculties of Information Sciences within the Audiovisual Communication Degree at the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC), University of Vigo (UVigo) and University […]

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Roi Méndez & Rocío del Pilar Sosa present The White Book for teaching through virtual TV sets
The lecture at the Open Universiteit took place on 8th March.

The conference Cloudclass: Innovative teaching with virtual studio technology took place on 8 March 2024 at the Open Universiteit (Heerlen). Educators, technical experts and students gathered to delve into the field of immersive technology and its applications in education. The event, which marked the culmination of the CloudClass: Low Cost, Mobile, Cloud &Template Based Augmented Reality […]

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