ARTHEMIS or the Advanced Research Team on History and Epistemology of Moving Image Study is dedicated to the study of the evolution of film studies as a discipline.
Find out about research/creation projects, conferences, lectures and more.
See the research activity across the Faculty of Fine Arts including research centres, labs, news and events, and publications.
This is the first stop for faculty members seeking support in building their research portfolio.
Faculty and students will find information on how to fund a research project.
Three major scholarly publications are housed in the Faculty of Fine Arts.
Several student-run journals are also published:
Possible Movements, a Hexagram-based lab for expanded documentary directed by Marielle Nitoslawska, is digitially mapping the history of MHSoC's future home at the Grey Nuns Motherhouse.
The Grey Nuns Project, Marielle Nitoslawska
The Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema recognizes the potentially transformative nature of research and research/creation. Bridging the gap between creative and intellectual disciplines, MHSoC supports the production and dissemination of a dynamic range of research activities that contribute to the development and renewal of contemporary cinema.
Our faculty consists of recognized leaders in the research of film and moving images, including four Concordia University Research Chairs:
Our artists and researchers combine creative exploration in cutting-edge research projects that acknowledge the centrality of innovation and experimentation in the production of knowledge.
Research and research/creation fosters collaboration between faculty and students; facilitating the development of research graduate student skills through their direct participation in faculty laboratories and projects. The School maintains a close relationship with the University's interdisciplinary research initiatives. Graduate students can access a range of research centres and labs that occupy the forefront of contemporary research/creation, including Hexagram-Concordia: Centre for Research-Creation in Media Arts and Technologies.
For more information about upcoming projects, lectures and conferences, visit Cinema research news and events.