London Film & Media conference, 12-14 July 2011

Intellect exhibited at the first London Film & Media conference, held at the Institute of Education in London, on 12-14 July.

The conference included a fascinating range of papers exploring different aspects of film and media from around the globe, from African cinema to celebrity in TV reality shows and from health in film and media to women in South Korean cinema. The keynote speeches addressed such issues as media censorship in the UK and the media’s manipulation of facts in news reporting of two high profile cases – both very topical in the wake of the recent phone-hacking scandals.

It was great to meet so many of you who came to the stand and discuss your work. There were some very interesting proposals discussed, and we look forward to hearing from you further.  Many thanks to the organisers for a useful and interesting conference, and we look forward to next year.

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