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The 3rd Inter­na­ti­o­nal Sym­po­sium Fusi­ons in Cinema” will take place from the 24th to the 26th of Novem­ber 2016, in Lei­ria.
This 3rd edi­tion of the Sym­po­sium will be co-orga­ni­zed by the Cami­nhos Film Fes­ti­val and the Mobile Unit Rese­arch on Local Stu­dies (ELO) from the Uni­ver­si­dade Aberta, and all pro­po­sals will undergo a peer review pro­cess, held in the form of blind review, in order to gua­ran­tee the fair­ness and impar­ti­a­lity of the asses­s­ment. The sub­mit­ted and accep­ted papers for com­mu­ni­ca­tion will be, afterwards, published in the minu­tes of the sym­po­sium in elec­tro­nic for­mat. The best works will be published in the Jour­nal Lin­gua­gem do Cinema e do Audi­o­vi­sual do Latec-UFRJ.

Tea­chers, rese­ar­chers, guest spe­a­kers, experts and artists from dif­fe­rent areas will analyze in this 3rd Inter­na­ti­o­nal Sym­po­sium, the cur­rent artis­tic and edu­ca­ti­o­nal prac­ti­ces, the new roles of the dif­fe­rent actors invol­ved in today’s cre­a­tive and ope­ra­ti­o­nal dyna­mics of art, edu­ca­tion and cul­ture.

The Cami­nhos Film Fes­ti­val and the Uni­ver­si­dade Aberta invite you to sub­mit com­mu­ni­ca­tion pro­po­sals in Por­tu­guese, English or Spa­nish, not exce­e­ding 1500 cha­rac­ters (inclu­ding spa­ces), in the fol­lowing the­ma­tic lines of the Sym­po­sium (which would be open to others):

Line 1 – Fusion of Arts in Cinema
The rela­ti­ons between the dif­fe­rent arts and film: – Lite­ra­ture /​Plot; – Inter­pre­ta­tion /​Repre­sen­ta­tion; – Music; – Pho­to­graphy; – Visual arts.

Line 2 – Cinema and Tech­no­logy
The tech­no­lo­gi­cal pro­gress and the way Cinema rea­ches the Spec­ta­tor: – Archi­tec­ture; – Sub­ti­tling, dub­bing and audio des­crip­tion; – The New tech­no­lo­gies, Inter­net and cinema; – The sup­ports, for­mats and new media; – Cinema and Games or Cinema and Digi­tal Games.

Line 3 – Cinema, Rese­arch and Edu­ca­tion
Cinema in dif­fe­rent lear­ning envi­ron­ments (online and onsite); Cinema and Rese­arch in Edu­ca­ti­o­nal Con­text; Film Prac­ti­ces in School; Cinema and New Tech­no­lo­gies in Edu­ca­tion; Cinema and Social Networks in For­mal and Infor­mal Lear­ning Con­texts; Lear­ning Object Pro­duc­tion; Audi­o­vi­sual with Edu­ca­ti­o­nal Pur­po­ses and using Film Lan­guage.

Line 4 – Cinema and Tele­vi­sion
The­o­re­ti­cal appro­a­ches on audi­o­vi­sual pro­duc­tion in gene­ral, inclu­ding all gen­res and dis­tri­bu­tion plat­forms, fra­ming it in a nati­o­nal and inter­na­ti­o­nal con­tem­po­rary con­text; The analy­sis of the rela­ti­onship between achi­e­ve­ment and pro­duc­tion of film and tele­vi­sion con­tent; Film and Tele­vi­sion paral­lel worlds or inter­con­nec­ted;

Com­mu­ni­ca­tion pro­po­sals to be sub­mit­ted should include the defi­ni­tion and deli­mi­ta­tion of the rese­arch object of study; the sci­en­ti­fic rele­vance and merit of the pro­po­sal; the objec­ti­ves and rese­arch methodology/​analysis used; pri­mary refe­ren­ces; and three to five keywords. Each com­mu­ni­ca­tion pro­po­sed shall also be sub­mit­ted with a bio­graphy of the author(s) with up to 750 cha­rac­ters (inclu­ding spa­ces).

Each appli­cant can sub­mit more than one pro­po­sal, and com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons can be pre­sen­ted in co-authorship. All com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons will have a maxi­mum dura­tion of 20 minu­tes, regar­dless of the num­ber of co-authors or the num­ber of com­mu­ni­ca­ti­ons line /​panel.

The final arti­cle should be sub­mit­ted by e-mail to: [email protected]