The Cinematic Thinking Network aims to stimulate and promote interdisciplinary engagement among scholars interested in the intersection between film and philosophy and in questions of cinematic thinking. The network was established in 2011 after the first Cinematic Thinking Workshop, hosted by Lisa Trahair, Robert Sinnerbrink and Gregory Flaxman at UNSW as part of the their ARC Discovery Project, “Understanding Cinematic Thinking.” The network seeks to identify scholars working in the disciplines of film studies, philosophy, art history, comparative literature and language studies who are researching in this exciting new field and provide forum for their exchange.

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