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Call for papers: 2018 British Silent Film Festival Symposium

Important news for clever clogses. The dates for the 2018 British Silent Film Festival Symposium are out, and the call for papers is copied below. The headline is that 19 and 10 April are the dates you need, and while the papers will be presented at King’s College London as usual, the venue for the screening day has not yet been announced.

The eagle-eyed among you will notice an addition to the rubric this year: “in Britain or the British Empire” … That should give you something to think about.

This is always an enjoyable event, which leaves me with plenty to ponder and lots more to explore. Last year, particularly, I thought there was a really strong selection of papers.

The BSFFS aims to showcase new research in any aspect of film-making and film-going culture in Britain or the British Empire before 1930. We invite proposals for 15-20 minute papers.

The event will include a day of screenings at a venue TBA and a day of papers (Friday) at King’s College London’s Nash Lecture Theatre.

Please submit abstracts of approx 300 words to Lawrence.1.Napper@kcl.ac.uk before 20th March 2018

Do register your interest on Facebook too. See you there. I’ll be loitering by the biscuits.

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