Help us kick off the Toronto Film and Media Seminar’s Fall 2021 season online! We invite all graduate students working in cinema and media studies to a virtual gathering on Zoom, for a fun evening of networking, raffle prizes, and conversation.
Please register. A Zoom link will be distributed to registered attendees on the day.
Co-hosted by the Toronto Film and Media Seminar organizing committee and TIFF.
Steering Committee for 2021-2022
Co-chairs: Selmin Kara (OCAD) and Kate J. Russell (UofT) • Faculty members: Kass Banning (UofT); Liz Clarke (Brock); Nathalie Coulter (York); Kathleen Cummins (Sheridan); Malini Guha (Carleton); Mark Lipton (Guelph); Scott MacKenzie (Queen’s); Taien Ng-Chan (York); Katherine Spring (WLU); Elizabeth Wijaya (UofT) • Grad student members: Emily Barton (York); Roxanne Hearn (WLU); Patrick Marshall (UofT) Aaron Tucker (York) • Postdoctoral members: Jessica Whitehead (UofT) • TIFF: Keith Bennie.
The goals of the Seminar are:
Encouraging intellectual and collegial discussion among the Cinema and Media Studies scholars in the region.
Encouraging in-depth scholarly discussion and critical debate.
Showcasing diverse research methodologies and research fields that address a wide range of cinematic technologies (film, television, video, new media, and other forms of moving image and sound screens).
Aiming to model collegial and professional academic discourse for graduate students entering the field.