mw. dr. M. (Marijke) de Valck


  • Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
    Capaciteitsgroep Media & Cultuur
  • Turfdraagsterpad  9
    1012 XT  Amsterdam
    Kamernummer: 1.15A
  • M.deValck@uva.nl
    T:  0205253994

Marijke de Valck (1975) works as Associate Professor in Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam. She is the Program Director of the MA Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image. This professional master educates students in the field of audiovisual heritage and prepares them for a career in AV institutes such as media archives, (film) museums, broadcasting, distribution and festivals.  

Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image 

 

 

Film Festival Research 

Marijke is a well known expert on film festival research. She's regularly invited to give talks and presentations on the topic at conferences and film festivals. Together with Skadi Loist (University of Hamburg), she founded the Film Festival Research Network (FFRN). The FFRN is a lose connection of scholars working on issues related to film festivals, and aims to make festival research more available and connect diverse aspects and interdisciplinary exchange between researchers. The FFRN website features an annotated bibliography on film festival research. Moreover, the FFRN convenes yearly at the NECS and SCMS conferences with pre-constituted panels, and collaborates frequently with other events, like the Busan Cinema Forum and Screen. For the NECSUS journal, Skadi and Marijke edit the festival review section. Marijke also co-edits a book series on film festivals for Palgrave Macmillan together with Dr. Tamara Falicov (Kansas University), called Framing Film Festivals .

 www.filmfestivalresearch.org

Other research interests

  • audiovisual heritage
  • globalization 
  • makeover culture
  • television theory
  • cinephilia 

After the Break: Television Theory Today (2013)

Film Festivals: From European Geopolitics to Global Cinephilia (2007)

Cinephilia. Movies, Love and Memory (2005)

Sonic Interventions (2005)

Background

Marijke studied Theatre, Film and Television Studies at Utrecht University. She graduated cum laude with a thesis on transmedial storytelling in film, television and new media. After having worked two years for an internet company, she joined the University of Amsterdam to conduct her Ph.D. on international film festivals, which she completed cum laude in 2006. Before joining the department of Media Studies as a staff member, Marijke worked  on a CMI-studies (communication, media and information) project for the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.  In 2009 she received the Boekman Disseratieprijs for her Ph.D.

UvA Affiliations

Department of Media Studies

Heritage Cluster

Exam Committee Graduate School of Humanities

Globalisation Research Priority Area

ASCA, Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis 

 

National  Affliations

RMeS, Research School for Media Studies 

NICA, Netherlands Institute for Cultural Analysis

Platform voor Communicatie, Media en Informatie Studies, KNAW

 

International Affiliations

FFRN, Film Festival Research Network

NECS, European Network for Cinema and Media Studies

SCMS, Society for Cinema and Media Studies

AMIA, Association of Moving Image Archivists

2014

  • M. de Valck (2014). Supporting art cinema at a time of commercialization: Principles and practices, the case of the International Film Festival Rotterdam. Poetics, 42, 40-59.
  • M. de Valck (2014). Film Festivals, Bourdieu, and the Economization of Culture. Revue Canadienne d'Études Cinématographiques, 23 (1), 74-89.

2013

  • M. de Valck (2013). Film Festivals and Migration. In I. Ness (Ed.), The encyclopedia of global human migration. - Vol. 3 (pp. 1502-1504). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. http://dare.uva.nl/document/509161[go to publisher's site]
  • M. de Valck & S. Loist (2013). Festivals. Oxford Bibliographies Online, Cine & Med (01/28/2013). doi: 10.1093/OBO/9780199791286-0155
  • M. de Valck & J. Teurlings (2013). After the break: television theory today. In M. de Valck & J. Teurlings (Eds.), After the break: television theory today (Televisual culture) (pp. 7-17). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. http://dare.uva.nl/document/489601[go to publisher's site]
  • M. de Valck (2013). Sites of initiation: film training programs at film festivals. In M. Hjort (Ed.), The education of the filmmaker in Europe, Australia, and Asia (Global cinema) (pp. 127-145). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • M. de Valck (2013). Film Festivals: Successful or Safe? In D. Iordanova (Ed.), The film festival reader (pp. 97-108). St. Andrews: St. Andrews Film Studies.

2012

  • S. Loist & M. de Valck (2012). Thematic bibliography on film festival research. - Update 2011. In D. Iordanova & L. Torchin (Eds.), Film festivals and activism (Film festival yearbook, 4) (pp. 303-315). St. Andrews: St. Andrews Film Studies.
  • M. de Valck (2012). Convergence, digitisation and the future of film festivals. In D. Iordanova & S. Cunningham (Eds.), Digital disruption: cinema moves on-line (pp. 117-129). St. Andrews: St. Andrews Film Studies.
  • M. de Valck (2012). Finding audiences for films: festival programming in historical perspective. In J. Ruoff (Ed.), Coming soon to a festival near you: programming film festivals (pp. 25-40). St. Andrews: St. Andrews Film Studies.

2011

  • M. de Valck & S. Loist (2011). What is new in Film Festivals Studies: Thematic bibliography on film festival research. - Update 2010. In D. Iordanova & R. Cheung (Eds.), Film festivals and East Asia (Film festival yearbook, 3) (pp. 276-292). St. Andrews: St. Andrews Film Studies.
  • M. de Valck (2011). Make-overtelevisie: modegoeroes en magische transformaties. In J. Hermes & M. Reesink (Eds.), Televisiestudies. - 2e dr (pp. 159-172). Den Haag: Boom Lemma uitgevers.

2010

2009

  • M. de Valck & S. Loist (2009). Film Festival Studies: an overview of a burgeoning field. In D. Iordanova & R. Rhyne (Eds.), The festival circuit (Film festival yearbook, 1) (pp. 179-215). St. Andrews: St. Andrews Film Studies.

2008

2007

  • S. Mieszkowski, J. Smith & M. de Valck (2007). Sonic interventions: an introduction. In S. Mieszkowski, J. Smith & M. de Valck (Eds.), Sonic interventions (Thamyris intersecting: place, sex, and race, 18) (pp. 11-27). Rodopi: Amsterdam. http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/rodopi/tham/2008/00000018/00000001/art00002
  • S. Mieszkowski, J. Smith & M. de Valck (Eds.). (2007). Sonic interventions. (Thamyris intersecting: place, sex, and race, 18). Rodopi: Amsterdam.
  • M. de Valck (2007). Film festivals: from European geopolitics to global cinephilia (Film culture in transition). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

2005

  • M. de Valck (2005). Drowning in Popcorn at the International Film Festival Rotterdam? The Festival as Multiplex of Cinephilia. In Cinephilia: Movies, Love and Memory (pp. 97-109). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  • M. de Valck & M. Hagener (2005). Down with Cinephilia? Long Live Cinephilia? And Other Videosyncratic Pleasures. In Cinephilia: Movies, Love and Memory (pp. 11-24). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  • M. de Valck (2005). The Sound Gag. The use of sound for comic effect in the films by Jacques Tati. New Review of Film and Television Studies, 3 (2), 223-235.

2003

  • M. de Valck (2003). Nové objevení Evropy. Historický přehled fenoménu filmových festivalů. Iluminace : časopis pro teorii, historii a estetiku filmu, 15 (1), 31-51.

2008

2007

  • M. de Valck (2007). The Multiple Faces of European Film Festivals. In A. Meleiro (Ed.), Cinema no Mundo: Industria, Politica e Mercado (pp. 215-238). Sao Paulo.
  • M. de Valck (2007). Samenspel in samenhang: onderwijs en onderzoek in communicatie, media en informatie. (extern rapport, Verkenningen, no 11 [i.e. 12]). Amsterdam: Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen.

2006

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