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The annual conference of the Society for Cognitive Studies of the Moving Image (SCSMI) welcomes you to the Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland, June 11th – 14th, 2017

SCSMI2017 Helsinki program is under construction and changes are to occur. Meanwhile you may complete your personal information with a photo and some tags, so the other attendees and speakers will get to know more of you and your interests, and vice versa.

Go to registration or check practical information about accommodation etc. at http://scsmi2017.aalto.fi/
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Jaakko Seppälä

University of Helsinki
Finland
Dr. Jaakko Seppälä is the chair of Finnish Society for Cinema Studies and a researcher at the School of Film and Television Studies, University of Helsinki. He is also a member of the editorial board of Lähikuva, a Finnish language journal on film and media studies. Seppälä’s major research interests lie in the field of film style, transnational film history and close textual analysis of meanings. He wrote his dissertation on the import and reception of silent Hollywood films in Finland. In his work for the Transnational History of Finnish Cinema project that was funded by Academy of Finland, he built a method for statistically and qualitatively analysing the style of large bodies of films from a comparative perspective. He is currently exploring Aki Kaurismäki’s film style. Seppälä has contributed to anthologies and journals including Nordic Genre Film: Small Nation Film Cultures in the Global Marketplace (eds. Tommy Gustafsson & Pietari Kääpä, Edinburgh University Press 2015), Finnish Cinema: A Transnational Enterprise (ed. Henry Bacon, Palgrave 2016), Journal of Scandinavian Cinema and Projections.
Sunday, June 11
 

10:00

10:10

10:20

13:15

14:15

14:45

 
Monday, June 12
 

09:30

11:00

11:30

13:00

14:00

14:30

15:30

16:30

17:00

 
Tuesday, June 13
 

11:00

11:30

13:00

14:00

14:30

15:00

16:00

16:30

18:00

18:15

 
Wednesday, June 14
 

09:30

10:30

11:00

11:30

13:00

13:30

14:00

14:30

15:30