Peer Networks

Cinema & contemporary culture / Blog

Cinema e cultura contemporânea | On cinema and contemporary culture

A Portuguese language blog dedicated to thinking (with) film, including original texts on films, interviews with directors, etc.


Cult TV: TV Cultures network’s Directory of Television Studies

13 May 2015 --- It is with pleasure that we announce the launch of the AHRC funded Cult TV: TV Cultures network’s Directory of Television Studies which you can find on the network website at


European Cinema Audiences (2018-2021)

We are delighted to announce the launch of ‘European Cinema Audiences’ (2018-2021), a new AHRC-funded comparative study of European cinema cultures and audiences in post-WOII period.


Film & Philosophy: mapping an encounter

The project will be centered around the constitution of a “philosophical compendium”, an online database of proper translated and commented referential texts which will be accompanied by an encyclopedia of philosophical questions about film and film experience as well as about film theorists and philosophers.


Gründung der AG Partizipations- und Fanforschung (GfM)

Die Medienkulturwissenschaften haben sich wiederholt mit den Voraussetzungen und Bestimmungen von kultureller, medialer und deshalb immer auch gesellschaftlicher Partizipation auseinandergesetzt. Im Kontext der interaktiven und kollaborativen Neuerungen, die das so genannte „Web 2.0“ (O’Reilly 2005) in der digitalen, mobilen und vernetzten Medienkultur des beginnenden 21.


Initiative for Interdisciplinary Media Research / Initiative für interdisziplinäre Medienforschung, Leibniz University of Hannover /Blog


The Initiative for Interdisciplinary Media Research at the Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany, aims to provide a forum for a mutually beneficial, supra-disciplinary exchange of ideas on the topic of media.


João César Monteiro

First official web-site dedicated to the master João César Monteiro, one of the Portuguese avant-garde film directors during the ’60s and the “Novo Cinema” period.

Project coordinators: Liliana Navarra and João Pedro Monteiro Gil