Thursday, December 10, 2009

Flying Blind

A panel presentation on the cultural and artistic impact of new media technologies.
Speakers: Gabriel White, Jack Ross, Amelia Harris and David Blyth.
Venue: NZ Film Archive
Date: Thursday night, December 3rd, 2009

The following posts document the event. Thanks to the speakers, the hosts (NZ Film Archive) and the audience.

1 comment:

  1. Taken from ADA noticeboard (see "links" on this Blog)

    Announcement: Symposium: Cinema in the Digital Age, Film Programme, Victoria University of Wellington

    CINEMA IN THE DIGITAL AGE One-day symposium presented by the Film Programme, School of English, Film, Theatre, and Media Studies, Victoria University of Wellington

    Thursday 11th February 2010 (free event)

    The symposium will gather scholars and practitioners interested in the expanded nature and new potential and possibilities of cinema in the digital age. The intention will be to explore theoretical and creative impulses, new questions and dilemmas, and new modes and sites of production and reception created by the transformation of digital film and cinema. The day will involve presentations by the New Zealand Film Archive, and Weta Digital, and there will be a panel session devoted to the ODigital Woman?.

    The keynote speaker for the symposium is Professor Sean Cubitt, Director of the Media and Communications Program, the University of Melbourne.

    Confirmed Speakers include: Dr Catherine Fowler (University of Otago) Jamie Lean (New Zealand Film Archive) Dr Tim Groves (Film Programme, Victoria University of Wellington) Dr. Leon Gurevitch (The School of Architecture and Design, Victoria University of Wellington)

    For the full details including the programme and RSVP details, visit OCinema in the Digital Age? at from the 18th December 2009.