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北京国际电影节·第27届大学生电影节
国际青年学者论坛
征稿启事
 
摘要截止:2020年3月10日
论文截稿时间:2020年4月7日
会议时间:2020年4月13日
会议地点:北京师范大学京师学堂
 
一. 论坛主题与意义
 
国际青年学者论坛是北京国际电影节•第27届大学生电影节国际学术周的重要环节,也是国际青年电影研究及媒介研究学者分享学术成果、交流学术思想的平台。本届国际青年学者论坛将于2020年4月13日在北京师范大学展开。论坛以“电影研究新视界”为主题,下设四个分论坛,响应北京国际电影节•第27届大学生电影节“新时代·新主流·新形象”主题,诚邀国内外青年学者、博士研究生对电影艺术新发展、新现象、新形式进行深度探讨。
 
在数字技术、媒介载体和文化系统快速更迭的时代,电影,无论作为艺术形式还是媒介文本,正在经历创作形态、传播方式、消费结构等方面的转变。近年来,有关电影新现象的讨论在学界与业界屡屡争鸣,对电影本体论的再思考重新成为电影研究领域的重要问题。在当下,我们以何种定义进入电影、又通过何种路径思考电影?这往往是青年学者们在关注前沿问题、探讨新生现象时所面临的困惑。“电影研究新视界”鼓励青年学者探讨电影前沿问题,提出新锐观点,以新问旧、以旧唤新,重顾经典理论、拓展研究视角与方法,在当代电影主体与边界、媒介的考古与推新、电影文本的生产与消费等方面,提出新鲜的学术论点和思考。
 
二. 分论坛题引
 
1. 中国电影的现实主义回归:类型拓展与主流叙事
随着中国内地电影市场的发展,中国电影在艺术形态、类型叙事等方面都经历了显著而重要的变化。近年来,无论是弘扬主流价值观的商业大片,还是关注社会现象的现实主义题材作品,都达到了较高的创作水准,取得不俗的市场成绩。在学界,“新主流电影”等概念的提出,也意味着中国电影的现实主义特色与艺术表达、工业化生产之间出现的冲突与合流已经成为电影批评和理论界关注的热点问题。 在此,我们欢迎青年学者对相关现象与理论概念进行探讨,就中国电影在类型拓展、主流叙事等方面的变化和发展提出自己的见解与观点。
 
2. 中国电影新形象:新生代导演与银幕形象
电影创作中的新血液、新形象,一直是推动中国电影产业发展、加速中国电影转型的重要力量。一方面,青年与新生代导演往往敢于开拓不同以往的类型叙事与艺术风格,在影片创作、制作与发行的各个环节都发展出新的处理策略与方式。另一方面,新生代演员与他们所演绎的银幕形象受到观众喜爱,甚至进一步导致传统的文本与受众关系的转变。在新的电影创作条件与媒介环境中、在媒介与文化融合的背景下,关注新生代导演与银幕形象,是青年学者贡献新鲜视角、跳出传统领域、建构当下中国电影批评逻辑与理论体系的关键。
 
3. 电影与媒介:技术、生态与受众
电影自身是媒介的一种,也是跨媒介文本框架中愈发重要的一环。电影技术的快速发展不断为电影与媒介研究带来新的问题:当下电影的介质究竟是什么?媒介形态如何塑造电影,电影又如何表达媒介材质?如何理解电影媒介的环境赋使 (affordance)?我们欢迎青年学者从跨媒介叙事,媒介生态,媒介考古,受众研究等角度,探讨当今电影艺术所处的媒介生态与媒介表达特色,对电影与媒介的新议题进行理论化阐释。
 
4. 电影本体再思考:主体与边界
电影技术的革新与新媒体窗口的高速发展似乎正在重塑“电影”作为媒介与艺术的定义。在业界,对于“网飞”等平台放映电影的争论甚嚣尘上,有关超级英雄影片和cinema之争的讨论也络绎不绝。这些讨论将电影艺术的主体性与理论边界再一次带回到电影研究的核心领域中。我们将再次回到巴赞与电影学的核心问题——“电影是什么”,重新对电影本体进行思考。我们欢迎青年学者回顾宏大理论、后电影理论与电影哲学,从理论角度建构当今电影艺术的主体与边界。
 
5. 自设议题
在以上议题外,我们也欢迎青年学者围绕近年来中国电影发展中的其他景观、现象及前沿问题展开思考与研究。我们充分鼓励青年学者在传统理论框架外提出新锐理论架构、发表前沿观点,为电影批评与理论领域注入新鲜活力。
 
 
三. 时间安排
 
会议日期:2020年4月13日
 
论坛活动
时间安排
开幕及主题发言
08:30-09:00
分论坛(一):中国电影的现实主义回归      
09:00-10:20
茶歇
10:20-10:40
分论坛(二):中国电影新形象
10:40-12:00
午餐
12:00-13:50
分论坛(三):电影与媒介
14:00-15:20
茶歇
15:40-15:40
分论坛(四):电影本体再思考
15:40-17:00
闭幕
17:00-17:15
 
四. 报名须知
 
我们邀请在国内外高校及研究机构就职的青年学者(年龄为45岁以下)、在站博士后及在读博士生踊跃投稿参会。申请人应具有相应学科背景,具备较好的英语听说能力。
请投稿者如实填写附件中的参会报名表,并同时提交800-1000字的投稿论文摘要,于北京时间2020年3月10日24:00之前以电子邮件的形式发送到iysc2020@163.com。同一申请人以第一作者身份最多可报名两个分论坛。
主办方将于2020年3月15日前遴选约20-24篇优秀论文摘要,并发送邮件通知。入选者需在2020年4月7日前提交论文全文。 正文应以中文或英文形式撰写,中文字数不低于8000字,英文字数不低于6000字。论文应包含中英文标题、作者简介(150字以内)、中英文摘要、关键词、正文及参考文献。论文全文入选后,投稿人应准备20分钟的论文汇报,于会议当日在各分论坛发表。
2020年4月13日至4月23日,北京国际电影节·第27届大学生电影节学术周还将举办大师讲座、国际学术主论坛、国际影视教育论坛等其他学术活动,我们同时诚邀各位青年学者踊跃参与。
 
五. 与会待遇
 
1. 参会证明
与会者在会发表后将获得北京国际电影节·第27届大学生电影节颁发的国际青年学者论坛参会证明。优秀论文将集结出版。
2. 经济支持
如京外与会者的论文被主办方选中并在会议中进行发表,主办方将在会议期间为其安排住宿及部分桌餐。参会产生的交通费用需本人承担。
 
六. 格式要求
 
1. 中文标题应采用宋体三号加粗居中,英文标题应采用Times New Roman, 14号加粗居中。
2. 最终提交的完整论文中,论文摘要原则上不超过500字;关键词不超过5个,以分号分隔。中文论文的全文字数不低于8000字,英文论文的全文字数不低于6000字(不含参考文献)。
3. 对于中文论文,正文应采用宋体五号字。一级标题写作 “一”, 宋体小四加粗,左对齐并缩进2个汉字字节;二级标题写作 “(一)”, 宋体小四加粗,左对齐并缩进2个汉字字节;三级标题写作 “3.”, 宋体小四,左对齐并缩进2个汉字字节。注释引用请按照《北京大学学报》(哲学社会科学版)要求采用分页脚注及注释。
4. 对于英文论文,正文应采用Times New Roman, 12号字。标题及引用格式请按照MLA, APA 或 Chicago格式进行撰写,请在上述格式中选择其一,全文统一。 格式规范请参考https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/resources.html
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Beijing International Film Festival · The 27th College Student Film Festival

2020 International Young Scholars Conference

 

Call for Paper

 

Deadline for proposal: March 10, 2020

Deadline for full paper: April 7, 2020

Date of conference: April 13, 2020

Location: Jingshi School Building (京师学堂), Beijing Normal University

 

Conference Info

The International Young Scholars Conference is a significant section of the Beijing International Film Festival • The 27th College Student Film Festival. The conference aims to provide academic platform for international young scholars with research interests in film and media studies.

The theme of the 2020 International Young Scholars Conference will be “New Perspectives in Cinema Studies,” which responds to the new developments, new patterns and new phenomena in both fields of film studies and film industry worldwide. Four panels are proposed to cover relevant and significant topics. We encourage young scholars and graduate students worldwide to submit manuscripts addressing exciting and cutting-edged topics around the new trends of cinema studies.

 

Panel Info

The Return of Chinese Realist Cinema: Expending Genre and the Mainstream Storytelling

Along with the growth of domestic film industry, the rapidly developing Chinese movie production is currently at significant transition. Observable changes and new phenomena appear in terms of the cinematic forms, genre and storytelling. In the recent years, increasing numbers of commercial Chinese movies characterized by both realist characteristics and mainstream representation performed well in the market, and received attention from both the industry and academia. We thus encourage the young scholars to elaborate around the relevant phenomena as well as existing theoretical concepts including “the new mainstream movie” and “the industrial cinematic aesthetics.” We look forward to seeing fresh ideas around new developments of Chinese movie in the past 5-10 years.

 

New Images in Contemporary Chinese Cinema: Young Auteurs and New Images on Screen

Young auteurs always play crucial roles in the development of regional film production. Firstly, as early adopters of new media and technologies, new generation of filmmakers are challenging traditional film creation and production patterns in many ways. Meanwhile, the popularity of young actors and actresses is in turn reshaping the author-reader relationship in film spectatorship. In the era of media and cultural convergence, we encourage the young scholars to mention younger auteurs, actors/actresses and their cinematic works, and to theoretically construct or revise the framework of criticism of contemporary Chinese cinema.

 

Cinema and Media: Technique, Ecology and Spectatorship

Cinema is always a significant part of the transmedia and intertextual production. The rapidly developing digital technologies have brought new questions in the fields of film and media studies: What is the medium of cinema?  What are the textures of cinematic media? How is cinema shaped by its medium? How to interpret the affordance (if any) of cinema? We encourage the young scholars to elaborate around the above questions in terms of (but not limited to) transmedia storytelling, media ecology, media archaeology and spectatorship.

 

Rethinking the Ontology of Cinema: Subject and Boundary

The evolution of cinematic technologies and new media platforms are challenging the definition of “cinema.” The debates around Netflix and movie theatres continue. Scorsese’s critics of Super Hero movies and cinema also received much attention. Ultimately, these empirical debates lead to a significant theoretical argument, which was inspired earlier by Bazin but worth asking again: “What is cinema?”.  We thus encourage the young scholars to rethink the ontology of cinema, and to bring out new thoughts by reviewing classic frameworks of grant theories, post-film theories and cinema philosophy. We hope to see fresh ideas around the definition, subject and boundary of contemporary cinema.

 

Optional Topic

Other than above topics, we also welcome other cutting-edges elaborations around new phenomena and topics of Chinese cinema. Please briefly indicate and introduce your proposal in the application form.

 

Conference Agenda

Date of Conference: April 13, 2020

Panels

Time

Opening

8:30  9:00

Panel A: The Return of Chinese Realist Cinema

9:00  10:20

Break

10:20  10:40

Panel B: New Images in Contemporary Chinese Cinema

10:40  12:00

Lunch

12:00  13:50

Panel C: Cinema and Media

14:00  15:20

Break

15:20 15:40

Panel D: Rethinking the Ontology of Cinema

15:40  17:00

Closing

17:00  17:15

 

Application Instructions

We call for submissions from young scholars (under age 45), post-doctors and doctoral students worldwide. Applicants should have educational experience in relevant academic areas.

The deadline for proposal submission is March 10, 2020 (24:00 UTC+8). Please send the proposal (800-1000 words) as well as the application form (please see attached) via e-mail to: iysc2020@163.com. The same first author or correspondent author should only submit manuscripts to two different panels at most.

After the review session, the conference committee will inform the acceptance of 20-24 manuscripts by email. The deadline for the submission of accepted full papers is April 7, 2020. The full manuscript should include:

1) full paper no less than 6000 words,

2) short bio of author(s) within 150 words,

3) paper abstract and keywords,

4) bibliography and appendix (if applicable).

Please note that there will be various academic events held by Beijing International Film Festival • The 27th College Student Film Festival from April 13 to April 23, 2020. We sincerely welcome young scholars worldwide to attend and enjoy.

 

Conference Funding

The presenters will receive the conference certification issued by Beijing International Film Festival • The 27th College Student Film Festival. Top papers are likely to be published after the conference.

The conference committee will provide accommodation and conference lunch for presenters who do not live in Beijing. The presenters and audience should pay for the transportation and travel fee.

 

Format Instruction

The manuscript should be written in either MLA, APA or Chicago format. Please refer to https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/resources.html for more information.

 
Download:Application form
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