Programa

A VIII edição do Congresso Internacional de Investigadores do Audiovisual vai ter lugar virtualmente de 24 a 25 de Junho 2021 , com sede na Universidade Lusófona, em Lisboa. A 23 de Junho decorrem os pré-congressos, que incluem workshops e mesas temáticas de debate. 


QUINTA-FEIRA

24 JUNHO 2021

9h00

Abertura do evento

9h30

Keynote 1: Lyndsay Duthie

11h00

(pausa)

11h30

Sessões temáticas paralelas

13h00

(almoço)

14h30

Sessões temáticas paralelas

16h00

(pausa)

16h30

Sessões temáticas paralelas

18h00

Fecho do dia & Keynote 2: David Hesmondhalgh

SEXTA-FEIRA

25 JUNHO 2021

9h00

Abertura do evento

9h30

Keynote 3: Maria da Graça Carvalho

11h00

(pausa)

11h30

Sessões temáticas paralelas

13h00

(almoço)

14h30

Sessões temáticas paralelas

16h00

(pausa)

16h30

Sessões temáticas paralelas

18h00

Encerramento do Congresso & Keyonte 4: Miguel Angel Vivas

Keynote speakers

Lyndsay Duthie, Chief Executive Officer - The Production Guild of Great Britain

Pushing past the pandemic, what’s next for film and television

Summary:  After an unprecedented halt to film and television production, the industry had to find new ways of working safely. In the UK, this was a momentous effort which led to the British Film Commission’s working safely on set protocols. Features like Jurassic World: Dominion became a trailblazer, implementing over 40,000 Covid tests for crew and leading the way for new production techniques.  There were some wins for jobs that were once perceived as impossible to do from home, enabled by technology. What are the lessons we can learn and what does the future look like as we push past the pandemic?

 

David Hesmondhalgh, Professor - University of Leeds

Digital Platforms in the Realm of Culture: the Case of Music Streaming Services

Summary: Recent academic research in media, communication and internet studies has begun to examine the effects of digital platforms on culture, via concepts such as “the platformization of cultural production” but so far such research has been under-developed. This paper reports on research concerning such effects, using the example of musical production and consumption, where such effects have in fact been the basis of very considerable public debate. In particular, I focus on two issues. The first is the controversy over whether the arrival of digital platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music have damaged the ability of musicians to earn sustainable livings from making music, further entrenching longstanding inequalities. The second issue concerns whether such digital platforms have damaged musical culture itself, for example by making music more “functional” (e.g. used to accompany activities such as working out or going to sleep) at the expense of its artistic- aesthetic dimensions.

 

 

Maria da Graça Carvalho, Membro do Parlamento Europeu & Professora Catedrática Instituto Superior Técnico

Os setores cultural e criativo – uma prioridade europeia

Sumário: A relevância dos setores cultural e criativo para a Europa. O impacto da pandemia e as respostas dadas a estes setores. A crescente ligação com as tecnologias, nomeadamente as tecnologias digitais. O papel do Parlamento Europeu na defesa destes setores e os reflexos dessa ação nos fundos europeus, nomeadamente no programa-quadro Horizonte Europa e nos planos de recuperação e de resiliência. A nova Comunidade de Inovação e Conhecimento (KIC) do Instituto Europeu de Inovação e Tecnologia (EIT), dedicada ao património e aos sectores cultural e criativo.

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