The Portuguese open-access Journal ANIKI just published an interview with PI Claus Tieber and PA Anna K. Windisch in its recent edition dedicated to “Music and Sound in Cinema”. In the interview, we discuss two our research related to silent film sound and issues concerning the scholarship on film sound.
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Remember to book your accommodation in Salzburg for the Musical Moments Conference! A list of hotels within walking distance of the conference venue can be found on our website.
We have also arranged a limited amount of rooms with special conditions for conference participants with the Altstadthotel Kasererbräu and with the Hotel Via Roma. Please use “Musical Moments Conference” as a reference in your booking at those hotels.
The journal of the Associazione Italiana per le Ricerche di Storia del Cinema (AIRSC), Immagine, just published a special issue about silent cinema and song. The peer-reviewed journal includes the articles “Silent Singing. Diegetic Songs in Austrian Silent Cinema” by principal investigator Claus Tieber and “‘… anything but a film!’ Vocal Music in Viennese Lecture Films of the 1920s” by project assistant Anna K. Windisch.
At the upcoming conference of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS) to be held in Chicago, principal investigator Claus Tieber and project assistant Anna K. Windisch will collaborate in a panel together with renowned scholars Martin M. Marks (MIT) and James Buhler (University of Texas at Austin), chaired by Julie Hubbert (University of South Carolina).
The panel entitled “Rethinking Silent Cinema Sound’ was organized by the project on the Austrian Music Film and will be presented on 24 March from 9 to 10.45 am in session K4.
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