09h - 09h15: Veerle Van der Sluys – Introduction
Host: LUCA School of Arts (Online)
This seminar will focus on the FilmEU_RIT pilot projects. In addition to presenting where the pilot projects stand, the seminar aims to provide a platform for PhD students to discuss and debate their participation (and added value) in international research projects. All FilmEU and FilmEU_RIT researchers are invited to attend.
09h15-09:45: Sherra Murphy & - The EU Archive of Short Animation
09h45-10h15: Leen Engelen - CongoVR
10h15-10h45: Tobias Frühmorgen - Machine Acts
10h45-11h15: Elen Lotman - AR & Cognitive film studies
11h15-11h45: Steven Malliet - ExpandedMemories
12h-12h25: Parallel session (1) Debate on the participation of PhD researchers
12h25-12h50: Parallel session (2) Debate on the participation of PhD researchers
12h50-13h Concluding thoughts
14th - 16th March
Host: Lusófona University (Lisbon, Portugal)
This seminar will invite participants to experience VR art pieces and debate them with their creators. It will look into immersive storytelling techniques and allow the participants to present their (early) ideas for developing an artistic XR experience. A technical-creative team will prototype and storyboard the idea into a proof of concept (both cinematic and interactive VR) in Gravity Sketch, Quill and Unity. A final open discussion will prepare the next research steps.
24th - 26th April
Host: IADT (Dublin, Ireland)
One day of this seminar brings the participants to the IADT-hosted conference on comedy, 'Why So Serious?'. The second day is dedicated to workshops and training on artistic research, including methodology and sources, and broader knowledge including intellectual property and data management. The final day has a focus on participant presentations and feedback.
Host: BFM/ Tallinn University
In this seminar Neurocinematic experts and established filmmakers Pia Tikka and Elen Lotman will introduce the cutting-edge world of bringing film and neuroscience together. This will help participants understand how audiovisual media affects the brain and how this, in turn, can affect filmmaking practices. A more detailed overview of the seminar structure will be made available on the website in the near future.
FILMEU brings together four European Higher Education Institutions. Together, these institutions collaborate around the common objective of jointly promoting high-level education, innovation and research activities in the multidisciplinary field of Film and Media Arts and, through this collaboration, consolidate the central role of Europe as a world leader in the creative fields.