The Film and Multimedia Interest Group strives to create a scholarly space to stimulate and disseminate research on music (broadly understood to include sound) within film, games, and multimedia, employing well-established music analytical methodologies, as well as newly developed analytical frameworks. By extension, this group will seek to facilitate dialogue and collaboration with other interest groups within the Society for Music Theory and researchers working in cognition, musicology, and allied fields.

Reminder CFP for Film and Multimedia Interest Group “Work-in-Progress” Talks

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      William Ayers

      Music theorists working in film and multimedia: Do you have a wonderful idea for a paper that you are planning to submit to the Music and the Moving Image Conference this year? Are you working on a presentation in hopes to present at the North American Conference on Video Game Music? What about a multimedia related project you are thinking of proposing for the conference on Music and Sound in and Beyond Disney Theme Parks? Do you want to try workshopping your idea before sending in your proposal to those conferences? Well, you’re in luck!

      The SMT Film and Multimedia Interest Group is inviting proposals for “work-in-progress” talks (presentations on ongoing projects about music in film and multimedia). If you are looking for feedback on an idea that you have been working on, this is the opportunity for you. Abstracts are due September 29. Full CFP at our Humanities Commons page:

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