HoMER@NECS 2018: Media Tactics and Engagement, Amsterdam
University of Amsterdam and VU Amsterdam , 27-29 June 2018
Three days of presentations by authors of research on movie and other media distribution, from all eras and places. See the abstracts visualized with Prospect.
HoMER Network AGM: Wednesday 27 June, 4.15-6.00pm.
The meeting will be streamed live through our HoMER Network Facebook page.
Workshop (sponsored by DICIS):
Curating and Sharing the Data of Media History – Eric Hoyt
Friday 29 June, 3.45-7.00pm
Circuits of Cinema, Toronto, 2017
Ryerson University, 22 to 24 June 2017
Pre-Conference 21 June 2017: Mapping Movies “data-sharing” workshop
100 presentations by authors of research on movie and other media distribution, from all eras and places. See the abstracts visualised with Prospect.
The HoMER Network AGM will take place on Saturday 24 June, 12:15PM-1:45PM.
The meeting will be streamed live. Please check again for livecast link.
HoMER@NECS 2016, Potsdam
Thirteen HoMER-specific panels, and a workshop, included in the general programme of the European Network for Cinema and Media Studies at Potsdam.
What is Cinema History?
A HoMER Network conference presented by the Early Cinema in Scotland research project
20-24 June 2015, Gilmorehill Centre, University of Glasgow.
Please see the Conference page for information.
Report by David Morton: The Volcanic Future of Cinema History
Report by Luke McKernan: What is Cinema History?
Comparative Approaches to Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception
The HOMER Project Workshop at NECS, 18 June 2014,
Sede Monumentale, Largo A. Gemelli 1, Room G.127 Pio XI.
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan.
The workshop consisted of informal discussions on methods,approaches, possibilities for collaboration, and an overview of the field. The aim of the meeting was to discuss the state of the art of the research done by members of the HoMER project, and to rethink the organisational status of HoMER as a network. The HoMER Workshop is supported by DICIS, an international scientific research network on Digital Cinema Studies promoted by CIMS – Centre for Cinema and Media Studies, Universiteit Gent. In cooperation with the Film Studies Research Unit in the Schoolof Arts, Oxford Brookes University.
Keynotes: Francesco Casetti and Elisa Ravazzoli.
See programme: http://necs.org/conference/programme/pages/p_hw.pdf
HOMER @ NECS 2014
There were nine panels programmed by HOMER within the NECS (European Network for Cinema and Media Studies) conference at Milan, 19-21 June 2014.
See full conference programme: http://necs.org/conference/programme/
See report in Italian, written by Elena Gipponi and published by Cinergie: http://www.cinergie.it/?p=4654
The Glow in their Eyes revisited:
Global perspectives on film cultures, film exhibition and cinema-going
HOMER workshop, June 19, 2013 || Prague, Czech Republic
For this year, HoMER joined forces with the major European film and media studies organization NECS, which integrated a number of HoMER panels into their international conference. There were over sixty participants in the HoMER strand of the conference, with nine panels and several posters. The diversity of topics and approaches was evidence that the field of ‘New Cinema History’ has achieved critical mass and methodological maturity. The time was felt to be right to review the current state of research in the history of movie-going and film exhibition and distribution.
HoMER@NECS 2013 was preceded by a one day HoMER workshop. The workshop did not consist of formal paper presentations, but of informal discussions on methods, approaches, possibilities for collaboration and an overview of the field. The aim of the meeting was to discuss the state of the art of the research done by members of the HoMER project and rethink the organizational status of HoMER as a network.
The workshop took place at the Kino Ponrepo, the cinema of the National Film Archive of the Czech Republic. The day started with opening remarks from Daniel Biltereyst and Philippe Meers, giving an overview of the state of the art. This was followed by two sessions of research discussion, guided by presentations by Annette Kuhn, Jeffrey Klenotic, John Sedgwick, and Robert C. Allen. Richard Maltby summarised the issues addressed during the day in his keynote contribution. Other matters of organisation, networking and visibility were then discussed.
The Glow in their Eyes: Global perspectives on film cultures, film exhibition and cinemagoing
International Conference, Ghent, 14-16 December 2007
Cinema in Context conference
Amsterdam, 20-21 April 2006