Archived Events

thumbnail ¡VAMOS! Festival takes off

SML Lecturers play major part in the popular ¡VAMOS! festival

Location: Newcastle University and City, various venues
Time/Date: 6th June 2014 - 22nd June 2014,

Latin spirit returns to the North-East with the ninth run of the ¡VAMOS! festival 6-22 June 2014. Newcastle University is a strategic partner of the festival and School of Modern Languages lecturer Patricia Oliart is Co-Director. Read on...

thumbnail Networking Event for Postgraduate Students in Film

Culture Lab Spaces 4/5, Monday 19 May

Location: Culture Lab Spaces 4/5
Time/Date: 19th May 2014, 13:00 - 17:00

Newcastle University's Research Centre in Film and Digital Media (RCFDM) is hosting a research sharing event for postgraduate students from the fields of Film, Media, Digital Media and Visual Cultures.

thumbnail The AUPHF comes to Newcastle

Annual Event of Association of University Professors and Heads of French

Location: Research Beehive, Old Library Building, Newcastle University
Time/Date: 16th May 2014, 10:30 - 16:30

The Annual Event of the Association of University Professors and Heads of French (AUPHF) will take place at the School of Modern Languages, Newcastle University, on Friday 16th May. The mission of the AUPHF is "to represent and nurture all areas of French studies, including French language, French and francophone literature, film, culture, history, politics and linguistics." The event is open to all colleagues in French studies - welcome to Newcastle!

thumbnail Report: China Independent Film Festival Celebration

A four day event of free screenings, exhibitions, workshop and masterclass

Location: Newcastle University, various venues
Time/Date: 12th May 2014 - 15th May 2014,

The Tenth Anniversary of the China Independent Film Festival (CIFF) UK Celebration will take place in Newcastle (12th-15th May 2014), Nottingham (16th-18th) and London (16th-17th). The four-day event in Newcastle features retrospective screenings of CIFF award winning films, an archival exhibition on the history of the CIFF and a workshop – Film Festival in Focus. Full programme

thumbnail Report: Chinese Drama Colloquium

A Leeds-Newcastle colloborative event

Location: Newcastle University, various venues (Culture Lab, Northern Stage, Stephenson Building)
Time/Date: 8th May 2014 - 9th May 2014, 09:00 - 17:00

Leeds University Staging China (Director Dr Ruru Li) project has joined forces with Newcastle University School of Modern Languages (Translation Studies expert Dr Valerie Pellatt) to organise this two-day event devoted to the translation of Chinese drama in a British context. We were delighted to have Ms Wan Fang, leading Chinese dramatist, novelist and screen-writer to give us insights into her work. Read on to access video coverage of the event.

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