The 2nd International Cinema Symposium starts on 8 March!

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The 2nd International Cinema Symposium starts on 8 March!

The 2nd International Cinema Symposium, organized by the Near East University Communication Research Center (ILAMER) and the Faculty of Communication, starts on March 8. 45 papers will be presented in 13 sessions during the four-day symposium, which will include world-renowned artists and academics.

Organized by the Near East University Communication Research Center (ILAMER) and the Faculty of Communication, the 2nd International Cinema Symposium, which will be hosted by the Near East University with the cooperation of nearly 20 universities from different countries of the world, starts on 8 March. The symposium, which will take place with the participation of 40 universities from around the world, will last for four days.

The 2nd International Cinema Symposium, supported by the Turkish World Documentary Film Festival and the Turkic World Culture, Art and Cinema Foundation, will be held online between 8-11 March 2022.

Theme of the year: “NEW”
The 2nd International Cinema Symposium, the main theme of which was determined as “NEW”, aims to open the new concepts to scientific and artistic discussion on the axis of cinema. Participation in the symposium, which is open to researchers, academicians, students and artists from all fields of social sciences, will be free of charge. It will also provide free publication opportunities for academics who meet the necessary conditions and want to have their works published. Academicians and artists from 40 universities from around the world will participate in the 2nd International Cinema Symposium, supported by 20 universities from Macedonia, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Kosovo, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, especially the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and Turkey.

The 2nd International Cinema Symposium starts on 8 March!

World-renowned artists and academics will attend as invited speakers.
World-renowned Polish academician and artist Prof. Dr. Mariusz Grzegorzek will make a presentation on “Cinema: What’s New, What’s New?” as an invited speaker on the first day of the 2nd International Cinema Symposium, which will last for four days between 8-11 March 2022. Following Prof. Dr. After Mariusz Grzegorzek’s speech, who has significant experience in many fields as a film, theater and television director, art director, screenwriter, graphic artist, producer and academician, 10 papers will be presented in three sessions on the first day of the symposium.

On the second day of the symposium, Prof. Dr. S. Ruken Öztürk will address the issue of censorship with her speech titled “Again, New, Again the History of Censorship in Our Cinema”. After Öztürk’s speech, 14 papers will be presented in four sessions.

On the third day of the symposium, Dr. Addis Gadzhiev from Moscow Film School will make his presentation on “Cinematography and the Impressive Tools of the Screen” as an invited speaker. Then, another invited speaker, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Çiğdem Taş Alicenap will make her presentation on “Originality and Creativity in Animated Films: The Case of Studio Ghibli”. After the speeches, on the third day of the symposium, 10 papers will be presented in three sessions.

The 2nd International Cinema Symposium starts on 8 March!

On the last day of the symposium, the famous Northern Cyprus director Derviş Zaim, who is also a lecturer at the Near East University, will make a presentation titled “An Interpretation Trial on I Can’t Live Without You” as an invited speaker. On the fourth day of the 2nd International Cinema Symposium, 11 papers will be presented in 3 sessions and the symposium program will be completed.

Thus, during the four-day symposium, 45 papers will be presented in 13 sessions in total. The works that are entitled to be included in the Digital Photography and Short Film Selections organized within the scope of the 2nd International Cinema Symposium will also be brought together with art lovers at the gala to be held after the symposium.