|Media Session Proposal|
Please use this form to propose a media session for the
AFS 2011 Annual Meeting. You must submit your proposal no
later than March 31, 2011.
Media sessions feature the presentation of one or more film or video works. These films or videos may be completed or works-in-progress, and one or several works may be shown and discussed within the two hours of the session. Please allow time for discussion in your proposed session.
In the case of completed works, please submit a copy of the work on DVD (NTSC format), along with the materials listed just below. In the case of works-in-progress, describe the approach and content of the finished work in your long abstract; we also encourage you to submit a five-minute sample, with explanatory notes if necessary, on DVD (NTSC format).
Required Materials: The chair of a media session must submit online her registration, registration fee payment, and an organized session proposal form, including long and short abstracts for the session as a whole and, if the session is to feature more than one media work, a short abstract for each media work in the session.
She must also mail any VHS or DVD works or samples to: Media Sessions, AFS 2011 Annual Meeting, Mershon Center, Ohio State University, 1501 Neil Avenue, Columbus OH 43201-2602 USA, postmarked by March 31, 2011. Those samples will not be returned. All participants in the media session must provide their proposal information to the chair well before the deadline, and must separately submit their own registration and registration fee payment.IMPORTANT NOTES:
You must attach Word documents to this form with portions of your proposal information. Before you begin your submission, please prepare the Word documents you need so you can attach them to the form later in the process.
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