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Cinema Pasts and Futures: Film Archives and Education as Zones of (Un-)Learning

As a public space where film archives are made visible, cinema can be used as a forum to critically examine whose stories are preserved and why. How does both archival research and the creation of fictional narratives (trans)form cultural memory? What tools and ideas can be incorporated into film education to empower future generations of storytellers?

Through the dual focus of film archives and film education, the third and final day of the Cinema of Commoning Symposium will look to transnational cinema pasts and futures as a way of understanding how cultural memory is and can be shaped today and in the years to come.

Full information about the Symposium program can be found here.

Accreditation is €10/€7 concession per day, and includes access to the full day of talks, events, gatherings and screenings.