Digital Disruption: Cinema Moves On-line had an official launch as part of the AHRC symposium ‘World Cinema On-Demand’ at Queens University of Belfast.
The latest book from St Andrews Film Studies, Coming Soon to a Festival Near You: Programming Film Festivals is out now. Edited by Jeffrey Ruoff, the book is the first scholarly anthology to look at the crucial role played by programming in film festivals.
Film Festivals and Activism was presented at an event at the University of Zagreb; co-editor Dina Iordanova and contributor Amalia Cordova were in attendance.
The latest installment of the Film Festival Yearbook was published this week. Film Festivals and Activism is edited by Dina Iordanova and Leshu Torchin and explores the complex interrelations between film festivals and various activist causes.
The latest book from St Andrews Film Studies was published this week. Digital Disruption: Cinema Moves On-line is edited by Dina Iordanova and Stuart Cunningham and offers the first, in-depth scholarly examination of the effects that digital technologies and the Internet are having on film dissemination.
Film Festivals and East Asia has just been reviewed Shelly Kraicer, a programmer at the Vancouver Film Festival and a consultant to Rotterdam and Venice, for the forthcoming issue of Cineaste (Spring 2012). He writes
The book launch of Film Festival Yearbook 3: Film Festivals and East Asia at the Jeonju International Film Festival in South Korea has received significant media attention in South Korea.
St Andrews Film Studies new publication on the Edinburgh International Film Festival, How The Movie Brats Took Over Edinburgh, received a belated book launch on Friday 12th August as part of the Edinburgh Book Fringe.