Posts Tagged "documentary"

Highlights of Bridging Gaps Chat

Posted by on Oct 14, 2016 in Critic's Area | 0 comments

Last night, I had the privilege of joining Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) panelists and hosting our inaugural Bridging Gaps Twitter chat! It was 8:30 pm EST. Just wish we met over cocktails at that hour of the night or had morning coffee in Australia¬†/ Asia at that time ūüôā It is with this thought that we started our¬†live public chat¬†and what a powerful and memorable conversation we had! As I posted on Twitter and Instagram, I cannot believe how¬†time¬†flew and there were so many fascinating questions to further consider! You can now visit...

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Bridging Gaps Live Chat – October 13

Posted by on Oct 1, 2016 in Critic's Area | 0 comments

Can’t believe it’s October already! There is lot of exciting news coming up ūüôā Centre for Media and Celebrity Studies (CMCS) will be hosting its first¬†Twitter chat event on the international conference theme “Bridging Gaps.” We will be focussing on Hollywood filmmaking while speaking on the use of media. This exclusive conversation will take place on October 13 (8:30 pm EST / 5:30 pm PST). Mark the date¬†and join us with friends and colleagues. Can’t wait to see you on October 13 – counting down! In the meantime,¬†connect on¬†Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. ¬†...

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New York (2015) – Call for Short Films and Videos

Posted by on Jun 17, 2015 in Critic's Area | 0 comments

New York (2015) РCall for Short Films and Videos The Terrace Club  25 W. 51st St. (Off Fifth Ave.) Manhattan, New York City September 2-3, 2015  Are you a researcher, filmmaker, broadcaster, videographer or screen image artist critically exploring celebrity culture and journalism in media? Receive a screening opportunity of your work and eligibility for $100 CMCS screen award at the Celebrity Chat (CC) Screening event in Manhattan, New York City. The screening will offer an international platform for creative researchers, filmmakers, broadcasters, and video artists that critically...

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