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Cinematography (from Greek: κίνημα, kinema "movements" and γράφειν, graphein "to record") is the art or science of motion picture photography. It is the technique of movie photography, including both the shooting and development of the film.
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Good afternoon, dear researchers! I’m writing work about documenality of setting in modern series. I’m searching participants for my empiric research: 300 people for survey and 10 with knowledge of cinematography for interview. If you can help me or you want to be a part of it, write below your fb link or email.
Thank you for your attention!
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I will be pleased to participate since I was the screenwriter of several movies by the deceased Portuguese director Manoel de Oliveira (1908-2015). My email is
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For a research project I plan to conduct I want to analyse certain elements of the depiction of war in contemporary film, and I would like to have a look at existing research to see what methodologies are being used. First big research project, help would be greatly appreciated! 
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I been researching the democratic transition of Chile. My focus is on the cinematographic representation of everyday life and politics (State) during the democratic transition of Chile. I read the most important theories in the relation cinema and history, such as Pierre Sorlin, Robert Rosenstone, Roman Gubern, Marc Ferró, Gilles Deleuze, Christian Metz y José María Caparrós.
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The constitution in Chile is heavily influenced by ideas of Hayek. There is a paper, unfortunately in German: Der Gesellschaftsvertrag einer Diktatur: Ideen- und Realgeschichte der chilenischen „Verfassung der Freiheit“, by Karin Fischer, See:;jsessionid=1622CB5E6F3FF58632E57A11B64E03DB
Here is the literature cited in this paper,
Sincerely Walter Ötsch
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Barros, Robert (2003): Dictatorship and the Rule of Law: Rules and Military Power in Pinochet`s Chile. In: José María Maravall/Adam Przeworkski (eds.): Democracy and the Rule of Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 188-219.
Bauer, Carl J. (1998): Derecho y economía en la Constitución de 1980. In: Perspectivas 2 (1), 23-47.
Buchanan, James (1982): Democracia limitada o ilimitada. In: Estudios Públicos 6, 37-51.
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CEP (1982): Conferencia Mont Pelerin. Estudios Públicos 6, segundo trimestre. Santiago: Centro de Estudios Públicos.
Corvalán Márquez, Luis (2001): Del anticapitalismo al neoliberalismo en Chile. Santiago: Editorial Sudamericana.
Cristi, Renato (1998): La Génesis de la Constitución de 1980: Una Lectura de las Actas de la Honorable Junta de Gobierno. In: Revista Ciencia Política, XIX, 208-228.
Cristi, Renato (1999): Jaime Guzmán, capitalismo y moralidad. In: Revista de derecho (Valdivia) 10 (1), diciembre 1999, 87-102.
Cristi, Renato (2000): Pensamiento Político de Jaime Guzmán. Autoridad y Libertad. Santiago: LOM.
Ebenstein, Alan (2001): Friedrich Hayek. A biography. New York: Palgrave.
Fischer, Karin (2009): The Influence of Neoliberals in Chile before, during, and after Pinochet. In: Mirowski, Phil/Plehwe, Dieter (eds.): The Road from Mont Pèlerin. The Making of the Neoliberal Thought Collective. Cambridge/London: Harvard University Press, 305-346.
Fischer, Karin (2011): Eine Klasse für sich. Besitz, Herrschaft und ungleiche Entwicklung in Chile 1830 – 2010. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
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Guzmán, Jaime (1976): Habla el abogado Jaime Guzmán: Actas constitucionales darán vida a una nueva democracia en Chile. Por Hernán González Valdebenito. In: La Tercera de la Hora, 13. September 1976, 4-5.
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Does anyone know about general databases about Europen research projects (national and EU) ?
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Hi there, look at this: 
The 8th Screenwriting Research Network (SRN) International Conference – Final Call
Deadline for abstracts Monday 2nd March 2015
The 8th Screenwriting Research Network (SRN) International Conference will take place at the University of London, UK on Thursday 10th to Saturday 12th September 2015.
It is organised by a committee grouped around the London Screenwriting Research Seminar – the University of Bangor, the University of East London, The University of Greenwich and Royal Holloway, University of London.
The key theme of this year’s conference is Screenwriting: Text and Performance.
We invite discussion about screenwriting as process and practice, and how it engages with and can be understood in relation to text and performance across a wide field of media and practices, including film, television, games, online, transmedia and other digital platforms. We are particularly interested in abstracts for presentations on the following topics:
Interpreting screenplays – how do producers, directors, actors work with screenplays?
How screenplays affect and invoke performance?
What can performance reveal about writing screenplays or screenplay structure? Screenwriting and literature
Screenplays and screenwriting by authors best known in another field
Case studies on individual writers or texts
We would also like to invite abstracts for presentations on (but not limited to) the following topics:
National traditions of screenwriting and storytelling
Different screenwriting practices and formats
Historical perspectives on screenwriting and screenplays
Screenwriting, the screenplay and different production structures
Screenwriting and adaptation
Practice based research in screenwriting
Screenwriting for television, games and animation
Screenwriting for new media forms, online, transmedia etc.
Please send abstracts (250-300 words) as a word or pdf document, with the email subject heading “SRN Conference abstract”
Abstracts may be submitted until March 2nd 2015. Earlier submissions are welcome. Remember to state your name, affiliation and contact information. Also include a brief statement (100 words) detailing your publications and/or screenwriting practice.
We aim to let you know by mid April 2015 whether your paper has been accepted. Keynote speakers will be announced early in 2015.
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I'm looking for materials for a course on documentary and non-fiction film studies. I am open to any and all suggestions.
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Hello, I have lectured at the University of Lugano (Switzerland) a MA course in the semiotic analysis of digital videos. Here is the link to my hand outs (ppt). Maybe they are useful for you ?? Best regards
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I am currently finishing up a study of Akira Kurosawa and I am hoping to move onto Yasujirō Ozu for my next project. I have never seen his films, but have read a great deal as to their compositional austerity and 'simple' narratives. I am hoping for a qualified answer as to where I should begin my viewing and why.
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I would start with David Bordwell's book on Ozu. This is the best guide and study on Ozu available. In particular, note the early films and how they develop his style and themes into his later films. While most people have seen and recommend Toyko Story, I would start with I Was Born But..., and the season films (Late Spring, Early Summer, Late Autumn, An Autumn Afternoon, and The End of Summer). The season films provide a great summation of Ozu's style and themes.