Apply now to the 3rd Videography Workshop organised at EMLYON Business School, Lyon, France, 11-13 May, 2017. In collaboration with Lifestyle Research Centre, this two-and-half-day intensive workshop is designed particularly for researchers, Phd students, and industry practitioners who wish to communicate their research through video medium, or who wish to prepare a videography submission for a conference, or journal submission. It consists of both theoretical and practical ingredients and insights on research videography production, including short lectures, discussions, readings, video examples, and a hands-on videography research project that is completed during the workshop. In short, videography presents an innovative and transdisciplinary research methodology that can be used to study, for example, identities, experiences, communities, practices, brands, or organisation on the moving image. If you’re curious to know more, have a look on experiences from past workshops here. Participate by sending a message of interest to: joonas.rokka(at)gmail.com. The intensive nature of the workshop unfortunately restricts participants to max 12 participants, so be quick to reserve your spot! Fees are €250 Phd students, €500 faculty members, and €700 industry participants – covering all equipment (cameras, Laptop edits).
We’re super happy to tell that me, Joel Hietanen and Doug Brownlie are going to be Guest Editors for an exciting upcoming Videography Special Issue in Journal of Marketing Management titled “Screening Marketing: Videography and the Expanding Horizons of Filmic Research“.
It’s a fantastic opportunity for all research filmmakers to embrace video in a variety of ways. Notably, we’re accepting film submissions. As far as we know, our “film only” submission format is presented for the first time ever in a renown academic journal. In addition, it’s possible to send “film plus commentary” pieces as well as classic written papers.
This is an astronomic step towards making video an even more legit research format. We hope the special issue will open new doors and spur new creative thinking and approaches in research that is in tune with “era of video” we currently live in. Feel free to be in contact with us should you wish to inquire about submissions or requirements. Submissions are due November 1, 2016.
See the detailed Call for Papers behind the link HERE.