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The Brandenburg Centre for Media Studies (ZeM) is a joint research facility of the universities of the state of Brandenburg.
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Donna J. Haraway LIVE

Anlässlich der deutschen Übersetzung ihres aktuellen Buches »Unruhig bleiben. Die Verwandtschaft der Arten im Chthuluzän« zeigt das Filmmuseum »Donna Haraway: Story Telling for Earthly Survival. Anschließend: Donna J. Haraway (per Skype) im Gespräch mit der Übersetzerin Karin Harrasser und Marie-Luise Angerer (ZeM)
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Maike Sarah Reinerth schließt Promotion mit summa cum laude ab

Am Donnerstag, dem 11.10.2018, hat Maike Sarah Reinerth, ehemalige Stipendiatin des ZeM, erfolgreich Ihre Dissertation an der Filmuniversität Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF verteidigt. +

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Research Group "Attention Strategies of Video Activism in the Social Web"

How do critical and humanitarian videos on the Social Web assert themselves against the superiority of advertising, entertainment and propaganda? What strategies do NGOs, art collectives and networks of activists pursue to capture the attention of their viewers?

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Klassiker des tschechischen und slowakischen Films (Classics of the Czech and Slovak Film)

The volume presents the most important Czech and Slovak films since 1930: 25 films whose aesthetics and themes give an impression of how diverse a Czech, Slovak and Czechoslovak nation still is in its film productions today.

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A new Apparatus Issue has been published

Apparatus Issue 6 (2018): Women at the Editing Table: Revising Soviet Film History of the 1920s and 1930s

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Bilder verteilen (Distributing Pictures)

Digital photographs are omnipresent: they are produced, distributed, commented on and stored billions of times every day. In interaction with digital technologies and social networks, practices have emerged that have radically changed the production and reception, distribution and archiving of photographic images.

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Machtzeichen (Signs of Power)

Computers, in the present day, are linked in a fundamental sense, with demands for regulation and questions of availability – with the desire for and the fear of control. What forms of availability are these?