Launched in 2011, Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media is a fully peer-reviewed online journal edited and published by staff, PhD and postdoctoral researchers in Film and Screen Media at University College Cork, Ireland. Alphaville offers a dynamic international forum open to the discussion of all aspects of film and screen media history, theory and criticism through multiple research methodologies and perspectives. It cultivates inspiring, cutting-edge research and is open access to make a full contribution to international debates in film and screen studies and beyond. Alphaville is published twice a year, in Summer and Winter, with both themed and open issues.
The Second International Alphaville Conference follows on from the success of the inaugural conference in 2012, the details of which can be found here
The Conference 2014 Organising Committee is: Yuanyuan Chen, Abigail Keating, Barry Monahan, Jill Murphy, Nicholas O’Riordan and Jessica Shine (Alphaville Editorial Board members and researchers/staff in Film and Screen Media at University College Cork).
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The Second Alphaville Conference is generously supported by Film and Screen Media at University College Cork and the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures at University College Cork