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FilmEU_RIT Summit - 31st May to 2nd June at Lusófona University

The second FilmEU_RIT Summit will be hosted by Lusófona University in Lisbon, portugal. The event will take place between 31st May and 2nd June. This is an opportunity for the FilmEu_RIT researchers to meet in person, present their pilot projects and discuss the ongoing work.

Registrations for the Summit are now closed.

Please, check below the agenda (WET/ Portugal time zone):

31st May

9h RIT PMB Meeting
(private meeting)

10h FilmEU Toolkit
Design thinking experience
(private meeting)

14h30 Workshop on Future Models for European Degrees
(private meeting)

14h30 Marie Curie Meeting
(private meeting)

16h00 Pilot Team Meetings
(private meetings)

1st June

Cinema Fernando Lopes

9h Welcoming Session

9h10 Pilot 1
The European Archive of Short Animation

  • Sherra Murphy (IADT)
  • Damien Byrne (IADT)
  • Inês Gil (Lusófona Univ.)
  • Virgilio Vasconcelos (LUCA School of Arts)

10h10 Pilot 2
Decolonising the Panorama of Congo: A Virtual Heritage Artistic Research

  • Victor Flores & Leen Engelen
  • Rodrigo Peixoto & Lennert Deprettere
  • Érica Faleiro Rodrigues & Filipe Vale
  • Ana David Mendes & Wim Forceville

11h10 Break

Estúdio F
Pilot 3.1
Expanded Memories: Artistic Experiments into Hybrid Analogue - Digital Film Production

12h30 Lunch Break

Cinema Fernando Lopes

13h30 Pilot 4
Artistic Research an Cognitive Film Studies: Towards a transdisciplinary understanding of cinema

14h30 Pilot 3.2
Machine Acts: Collaborative Screenplay Writing with GTP-3

  • Tobias Fruhmorgen (Lusófona Univ.)
  • Rita Grácio (Lusófona Univ.)
  • Carina Erdmann (LUCA School of Arts)
  • Veronika Romhany (LUCA School of Arts)
  • Kasper Jordaens (LUCA School of Arts)
  • Liina Keevallik (Tallin Univ.)

15h30 Break

Livestream on FilmEU Youtube Channel
Keynote Speaker Catherine David

17h00 Unrolling the Past: The Panorama du Congo in Virtual Reality and Social Event
Museu Bordalo Pinheiro

20h30 Sleepwalk Screening
Film Session with the special guest Sara Driver (private session)
Cinema Fernando Lopes

2nd June

Cinema Fernando Lopes
Welcoming Session

Livestream on FilmEU Youtube Channel
Keynote Speaker Teemu Mäki

10h10 Keynote Speaker Sara Driver
The Lost and Found Films Of Sara Driver

11h10 Coffee Break

11h35 Doctoral Summer Seminar

11h45 Clyde Doyle (IADT)

12h10 Fiona Hallinan (LUCA School of Arts)

12h35 Stella Carneiro (Lusófona Univ.)

13h00 Poster Session

  • Agnes Vilseki (Lusófona Univ.)
  • Carolina M.F. Pereira (Lusófona Univ.)
  • Diogo Bento (Lusófona Univ.)
  • Ella Fitzpatrick (IADT)
  • Filipe Pinto (Lusófona Univ.)
  • Ívar Erik Yeoman (Lusófona Univ.)
  • Thomas Halton (IADT)

13h00 Lunch Break

14h00 Poster Feedback and Discussion

14h25 Vera Pirogova (Tallinn Univ.)

14h50 Liis Nimik (Tallinn Univ.)

15h15 Sophie Quin (IADT)

15h40 Coffee Break

16h Natália Godim (Lusófona Univ.)

16h20 Md Sarower Reza Jimi (Lusófona Univ.)

16h45 Conclusions - Doctoral Summer Seminar

17h From RIT to FilmEU +: Future Perspectives around Research Round Table with Daithí Mac Síthigh, Teet Teinemaa, Lies Van de Vijver and Manuel José Damásio

Catherine David

Catherine David is a French art historian, curator and museum director. She studied Linguistics, Literature and History of Art at the Université de la Sorbonne and the École du Louvre in Paris. From 1982 to 1990 David was Curator at the Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou and from 1990 to 1994 Curator at the Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume, Paris. More information.

Sara Driver

Sara Driver was born on December 15, 1955 in Westfield, New Jersey, USA. She is a director and actress, known for Sleepwalk (1986), Broken Flowers (2005) and Stranger Than Paradise (1984). More information.

Teemu Mäki

Teemu Mäki is Artist / Director (theatre/film/opera) / Writer / Researcher (b. 1967). Doctor of Fine Arts, Academy of Fine Arts Finland, 2005. Chairperson of the Finnish Artists' Association and IAA Europe. More information.

published 19 January 2023modified 25 May 2023