Margarita Ledo will open the Small Cinema Conference 2017 with the keynote ‘Rethinking diversity: cinema in non-hegemonic languages as a symptom’
Margarita Ledo, professor of the Faculty of Communication of the University of Santiago de Compostela and coordinator of Grupo de Estudos Audiovisuais, will be charge of the opening keynote of the Small Cinema Conference: Diversity in Glocal Cinemas. Language, Culture, Identities, that will take place in the cities of Bilbao and San Sebastian between the 20th and 22th September of 2017. Margarita Ledo is one of the guests of the conference with Ib Bonderbjerg, emeritus professor of University of Copenhague.
The conference Small Cinema that will take place in the Basque Country focus their studies in the field of glocal cinemas. Among their lines of research there are international and diaspora’s cinemas, small cinemas and the new directions of cinema’s studies, linguistic diversity or the representation of the diversity in glocal cinemas, and the relation between glocal cinemas and film industry.
More information can be found in the conference web.
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