After more than two years of research process, the project “Cinema, diversity and networks”, coordinated by the Audiovisual Studies Group and directed by Chair Professor Margarita Ledo, approximates to the phase of conclusions. The first contribution will take place on the 19th of January in Tarragona, within the III Congress of EC-IC “Communication and Risk”.
The research project “Cine, diversidade e redes” begins to get conclusions, publications and conferences. In the III Congress of the Spanish Association of Communication Research (AE-IC), “Comunicación e risco”, the Audiovisual Studies Group promotes and coordinates the signpost titled “The movement of products in Galician cinema “, with the participation of Ph.D. Enrique Castelló, Oscar and Martin Becerra Traversa. The meeting will be moderated by Ph.D. Ana Isabel Rodriguez Ana Isabel Rodríguez and will take place on the 19th of January, at 15:00 P.M. in the classroom 313 of the Facultade de Letras of the Rovira i Virgili of Tarragona University.
The meeting will be the official presentation of the results of the investigation and it will begin with a conceptual presentation of the project. and the online tool to research by the moderator and member of Audiovisual Studies, Ana Isabel Rodriguez. Then Ph.D. Enrique Enrique Castelló will offer the main communication, titled “Cinema, diversity and networks. Strategies for circulation in Galician cinema “, which will present the final results of the research process. To complete the table, it will speak the Argentinian Ph.D. Martín Becerra, coordinator of the reception group of the National University of Quilmes, with the communication “Cinema, diversity and networks with anchorage in Argentina” and, on the other hand, Ph.D. Óscar Traversa and the professor Nicolás Bermúdez, coordinators of the reception groups of National Institute of Arts of Argentina, with the communication “About risk and its alleviations in communication: the case of Galicia in Argentina”.
The research of Audiovisual Studies Group, “Cinema, diversity and networks”, began in l2009 as an online research project, in order to understand and analyze the reception of Galician cinema in American migrant communities: Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay. After an intense period of preparation, reception groups, located in Latin America, in 2011, began the process of analyzing the product online Galician cinema in studies centers like Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), National Institute of Art of Buenos Aires (IUNA), National University of Quilmes (UNQ) , University of the Republic of Uruguay (UDELAR), Board Galician Culture of Uruguai and Federation of Professional Galician Associations in Argentina</ a>.
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