Centre for Film and Moving Image Research

The Centre for Film and Moving Image Research promotes research into film, the moving image, and also digital humanities. The centre seeks to advance research into the field through organizing talks, workshops and conferences, providing funding for research activities; and also through co-operating with the other research centres within the School of Communication. The centre also intends to establish a journal in the near future. 



Date Topic Speaker
30 May 2018

Screening of "Anthropocene" (directed by Mr. Steve Bradshaw)
A screening of the conference
"The Anthropocene and Beyond – Towards a Shared Narrativity in Interdisciplinary Research"
by Hong Kong Shue Yan University (sponsored by the Academy of Film, HKBU)

13 Apr 2018

"What is it like to work in Hollywood?": Making of Consensus Reality (Do It Yourself!)

Mr. Steve Peterson
23 Mar 2018

Docu-Drama and American Cold War Propaganda in the Philippines

Dr. José B. Capino
22 Jan 2018

Shaw Brothers in Singapore: Filmmaking at the End of Empire

Prof. Timothy P. Barnard
1 Dec 2017

Conversation with Michel Hazanavicius

Mr. Michel Hazanavicius
17 Nov 2017

Free Enterprise on Film:
Aims of Industry, Economic Propaganda & the Development of a Neoliberal Cinema

Dr. Scott Anthony
16 Jun 2017

Child and Nation in the Context of World Cinema

26 May 2017 Gender, Body and Creativity:
Art and Filmmaking Workshop in Hong Kong and Africa
(a Faculty Forum jointly organized with CMCR, HKBU)
Mr. Kit Hung
7 Apr 2017 Lifeworld Series & The Phenomenalist-Realist Film Mr. Joni Gutierrez
13 Mar 2017 The Independent Chinese Film Movement Dr. Judith Pernin
17 Oct 2016 Special Collections: Behind The Scenes Mr. Warren Sherk