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University of Barcelona (Cinema Studies)




The Centre for Cinematic Research FILM-HISTORIA was founded in 1983 and is based at the University of Barcelona, Spain. It was patterned after similar foreign organizations such as the Historians' Film Committee (U.S.A.), Le Institut Jean Vigo (Perpignan, France), and the International Association for Media and History (IAMHIST).

The goal of our association is to bring together diverse experts and professionals from the different branches of cinema, theoreticians as well as technicians, along with skilled amateurs and others with an interest in the film experience, with the aim of promoting cultural activities designed to encourage a higher understanding of the Seventh Art. The Centre's specific goals are:

- Screening of specialized films from around the world
- Holding periodic conferences on cinema
- Organizing outreach programs by means of lectures accompanied by film screenings
- Organizing Spanish film festivals in foreign countries
- Offering introductory film courses on theoretical and applied subjects in collaboration with various educational institutions.

Our first project was production of a video entitled History of the Cinema: Silent Era, 1895-1930. Produced by Editorial Casals, it won two special awards: Best Video for Historical Research in the First International Video Festival in Andorra (1983) and Best Educational Video Film of 1984, chosen by the readers of Video Actualidad magazine.



School name:University of BarcelonaCinema Studies
Address:c/ Montalegre, 6
Zip & city:08001 Barcelona
Phone:34 93 333 34 66
Web:http://www.swcp.com/~gigicarl/home.html
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The Centre for Cinematic Research FILM-HISTORIA was founded in 1983 and is based at the University of Barcelona, Spain. It was patterned after similar foreign organizations such as the Historians' Film Committee (U.S.A.), Le Institut Jean Vigo (Perpignan, France), and the International Association for Media and History (IAMHIST).

The goal of our association is to bring together diverse experts and professionals from the different branches of cinema, theoreticians as well as technicians, along with skilled amateurs and others with an interest in the film experience, with the aim of promoting cultural activities designed to encourage a higher understanding of the Seventh Art. The Centre's specific goals are:

- Screening of specialized films from around the world
- Holding periodic conferences on cinema
- Organizing outreach programs by means of lectures accompanied by film screenings
- Organizing Spanish film festivals in foreign countries
- Offering introductory film courses on theoretical and applied subjects in collaboration with various educational institutions.

Our first project was production of a video entitled History of the Cinema: Silent Era, 1895-1930. Produced by Editorial Casals, it won two special awards: Best Video for Historical Research in the First International Video Festival in Andorra (1983) and Best Educational Video Film of 1984, chosen by the readers of Video Actualidad magazine. 



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