“Viscera, Skin, and Physical Form: Corporeality and Early Cinema” will be held at the Filmhuset (The Film House) of the Swedish Film Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, 14 to 17 June 2016. Click here for conference details!
Student Essay Award
Domitor encourages students to submit their essays on early cinema to win cash and a publication! August 15 is the deadline. Click here for further information.
Domitor is pleased to announce the publication of The Promise of Cinema: German Film Theory, 1907–1933, edited by Anton Kaes, Nicholas Baer, Michael Cowan (U. California Press, 2016). Click here for further information.
The Shape of Spectatorship: Art, Science, and Early Cinema in Germany by Domitor Past-President Scott Curtis (Columbia UP, 2015). Click here for further information.
Germaine Dulac: A Cinema of Sensations by Domitor President Tami Williams (U. Illinois Press, 2014). Click here for further information.
Devices of Curiosity: Early Cinema and Popular Science, by Oliver Gaycken (Oxford University Press, 2015). Click here for further information.
Hidden in Plain Sight: An Archaeology of Magic and the Cinema, by Colin Williamson (Rutgers University Press, 2015). Click here for further information.
Of high interest to Domitor members: Fantasia of Color in Early Cinema, edited by Giovanna Fossati, Tom Gunning, Jonathon Rosen, and our Vice-President Joshua Yumibe (Amsterdam UP, 2015). Click here for further information.
Domitor is proud to present Perfoming New Media, 1890-1915 (2014), the proceedings of the 12th International Domitor Conference. Click here to order your copy today!