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ICCFMS 2014 : 16th International Conference on Communication, Film and Media Sciences

Paris, France
June 26 - 27, 2014

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Conference Venue

Holiday Inn Paris Montparnasse
Avenue Du Maine, 79-81 

Paris, 75014 France
Tel: ++33-1-43201393  
Fax: ++33-1-43209560

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Call for Papers

The ICCFMS 2014 : 16th International Conference on Communication, Film and Media Sciences is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Communication, Film and Media Sciences. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Cinema Studies
  • Comics and Graphic Novels, and Journalism
  • Communication and Democracy
  • Communication Arts and Sciences
  • Communication Law and Policy
  • Communication Policies and Culture
  • Communication Studies
  • Communication, Mass Media and Culture
  • Communications Media Technologies
  • Contemporary Cinema: Industries, Narratives, Bodies
  • Contemporary Theatre and Performance
  • Creative Arts, Film and Media
  • Critical, Cultural and Media Theories of Bodies, Technology, Language and Gender
  • Cult Media Studies
  • Cultural and Media Theories of Bodies
  • Cultural Transformations
  • Cultures and Identities in Film, Media and Literature
  • Digital Culture and Communication
  • Documentary and Propaganda Film
  • Feminist Theory: Gender and Political Studies
  • Film and TV Audiences
  • Film and Media Studies
  • Film and Television Genres
  • Film Criticism and Theory
  • Film, Still Photography, Television, and Digital Media
  • Fine Art, Design, Media, Film and Communications
  • Gender and communication
  • Globalization Theory/Transnational Media
  • Horror and Science Fiction Film
  • International and Intercultural Communication
  • International Film Festivals
  • International Literature in Film Studies
  • Internet as a Medium for Cinema, Movies, Video, Film Communication
  • Internet Media Studies
  • Interpersonal Communication and Social Interaction
  • Issues of Authorship and Queer Identities
  • Journalism Studies and Communications
  • Languages and Linguistics
  • Latin American Cinema, Media and Culture
  • Marketing and Communications
  • Mass Communication and Media Studies
  • Mass Communication and Theatre
  • Mass Media and Communications
  • Media and Communications databases
  • Media Institutions and Industries
  • Media, Art and Communications
  • Media, Religion, and Culture
  • Moving-Image Culture
  • Music, Movies and Meaning
  • National Cinemas
  • Organizational and Strategic Communication
  • Performance and Ethnography
  • Performance and Performance Theory
  • Photography
  • Political Communication, Policy, and Participation
  • Political Fiction Cinema
  • Popular Culture and Film
  • Popular Music and Critical
  • Postmodern and Queer Theoretical Approaches to Representation
  • Postmodernism and the Avant-garde
  • Propaganda Film
  • Race Studies
  • Reception Studies
  • Representation and meaning in news content
  • Representations of Gender and Sexuality
  • Rhetoric and Public Culture
  • Screenwriting, Curating, and Digital Video Production
  • Short Film Studies
  • Subcultural Media Practices
  • Television, Film, and New Media Theory, History, and Criticism
  • Theatre, Visual Arts, Cultural Studies, Communications
  • Theories of Cultural Value
  • Theory of Art Production and Distribution
  • U.S. Cinema, Television, and New Media
  • Underground and Independent Cinema
  • Visual Culture