[ARENA] CITARJ-NAC 2017 : CITAR Journal - Special issue on Narrative and Audiovisual Creation

Jorge Cardoso jorgecardoso ieee.org
Sábado, 23 de Julho de 2016 - 08:38:12 WEST



In the last decades, narratives, as symbolic tools for keeping, fixing and
sharing ideas and experiences, have undergone deep transformations. The
diversity of narrative supports, the technological tools being employed,
and even the deep changes affecting the late modern societies have caused
transformations in the classical and linear narrative paradigm.

Not only in cinema, but also in TV, videogames and other media, we are
witnessing an intensive use of increasingly complex narratives, based on
hypermediatic, rhizomatic, modular, branching and fragmented narratives,
and its constant presence in the public and private space, including the
pervasiveness of transmedia and interactive proposals.

In this special edition of the CITAR Journal, we aim to study the
audiovisual narrative - specially experimental and nonclassical narratives
- in close dialogue with creations of contemporary cinema, TV, cinematic
art, videogames, animation, audiovisual advertising, interactive
installations, location games and other expressive uses of the moving

Ontology, poetics and conceptual approaches
New narrative forms in audiovisual media
Narratives in different media
The future of audiovisual narratives
Structures of the narrative
Narrative creation and reception processes
Narrative aesthetics (trends, styles, genres…)
Technological approaches to narrative
Cultural analysis of audiovisual narratives
December, 31 2016

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Maria Guilhermina Castro, Carlos Sena Caires, Daniel Ribas & Jorge Palinhos

Maria Guilhermina Castro
Research Centre for Science and Technology of the Arts (CITAR), School of
Arts, Universidade Católica Portuguesa

Maria Guilhermina Castro received both her graduation and her doctorate in
Psychology from the University of Porto (Portugal) and did advanced
training in Morenian Psychodrama. It is worth mentioning her acting
training trough open courses at Superior School of Music and Performing
Arts – Porto (ESMAE). Since 1998 she teaches at the School of Arts of the
Catholic University of Portugal, where she also coordinates the research
project “Audiovisual Narrative and Creation”. The processes of narrative
and character creation, as well as the arts-based learning are subjects of
her current research, while previously she has written psychology books and
presented several papers works about other themes of psychology of arts,
romantic relationships and career guidance. Guilhermina is Vice-president
of AIM - Association of Researchers on Moving Image - and co-responsible
for the working group “Audiovisual Narratives” of this association. She
also did advanced training in Psychotherapy and Career Guidance and she was
psychologist in private practice and schools.

Carlos Sena Caires
Research Centre for Science and Technology of the Arts (CITAR), School of
Arts, Universidade Católica Portuguesa

Carlos Sena Caires has a doctorate in Aesthetics, Science and Technology of
the Arts from the University of Paris 8 (France). He is an assistant
teacher at the School of Arts of the Catholic University of Portugal, and a
senior researcher at the Research Centre for Science and Technology of the
Arts (CITAR). Since 2013 he coordinates the master degree program in Sound
and Image and the digital design post-graduation. From 2010 to 2013, he was
the chief-editor of the CITAR Journal and since 2010 he coordinates the
CITAR research group of Digital Creativity. As a researcher, whose main
field study regards digital interactive arts, he specialized himself in
interactive filmic narratives.

Daniel Ribas
Research Centre for Science and Technology of the Arts (CITAR), School of
Arts, Universidade Católica Portuguesa

Instituto Politécnico de Bragança

Daniel Ribas is invited assistant professor at the Polytechnic Institute of
Bragança and at the Catholic University of Portugal, in the field of film
studies. He holds a PhD in Cultural Studies (University of Aveiro and
University of Minho), with a thesis on national identity in the films of
João Canijo. He has written several articles and book chapters, especially
on contemporary Portuguese cinema. Founding member and President of AIM –
Portuguese Association of Moving Image Researchers and, for several years,
also board member of the Portuguese Association of Screenwriters. He
graduated in Sound and Image (specialized in screenwriting) at the School
of Arts of the Catholic University of Portugal and he also has a career as
a screenwriter. He is film programmer at Curtas Vila do Conde and
Porto/Post/Doc Festivals, and editor of Aniki: Portuguese Journal of the
Moving Image and Drama – cinema and theatre magazine.

Jorge Palinhos
Arnaldo Araújo Research Centre, Communication and Society Research Centre,
Instituto Politécnico de Bragança

Jorge Palinhos is a playwright and researcher. Has a degree on Modern
Languages and Literatures by the Faculty of Letters of Porto and a Master
in Terminology and Translation at the same university. He has written and
worked for theatre since 2003, and several of his plays have been presented
and distinguished in Portugal and abroad. He studied dramaturgy with
Guillermo Heras, Hans-Thiers Lehmann, Jean-Pierre Sarrazac, Mick Gordon,
Michael Bradford, Andrea Thome, Jose Sanchis Sinisterra, Neil LaBute,
Raimondo Cortese, Thomas Bakk, Linda Seger, Goran Radovanovic, Ahmed
Boulane, Paulo Filipe Monteiro and Vergílio de Almeida. He co-edits the
journal Drama, published by the Portuguese Association of Screenwriters and
Scriptwriters and he is a member of the scientific commission of the
journal Persona. He has also published with Sinais de Cena, P3, Grande
Porto e Porto24. He has published articles in several journals and
presented papers in several conferences. Currently he has received funding
from FCT to develop research on Contemporary Drama and teaches Theatre in
the University of Arts of Porto and Game Design in Polytechnics Institute
of Bragança.
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