Welcome! You are about to submit a proposal for a Pre-Constituted Panel for the 77th Annual University Film and Video Association Conference, which will be a three-day event held at Georgia Southern University’s Armstrong Campus in Savannah, GA from July 19-21, 2023.
There is also a virtual day on July 14, 2023 for those who cannot attend in person, so the conference is four days in total. Annual caucus meetings will be held remotely, on July 12th and 13th.
There will be a separate, lower registration fee for the virtual day. Registration for the in-person conference includes the virtual day.
In a 105-minute (virtual or in-person) conference session with 4 papers, each person has 20 minutes to present, so plan accordingly. Q&A is typically reserved for the 25 minutes at the end of the session. Please include three to five (3 to 5) sources/citations for the panel as a whole. You may also enter up to five sources that are specific to each presentation/paper.
If you wish to submit a proposal for a single paper, you can do that here.
You must be a current UFVA member to submit work and present it at the conference.
NOTE: All members may submit ONE item to the conference, which can be designated either for the in-person event or the virtual day. Members MAY submit a second item if it is in the “flex” category (programmable during the virtual day OR any of the in-person days, at the discretion of the Conference VP). Serving as a respondent does not count as a submission.
The content areas for UFVA 2023 are as follows:
- Papers & Panels (includes individual papers and pre-constituted panels)
- New Media
Items designated “virtual” may be scheduled at any time on the July 14th virtual day and items designated “in-person” may be scheduled at any time from July 19th through July 21st. We cannot accommodate requests for scheduling at specific times. Once the schedule is released, we won’t be able to make changes, so please be prepared to present your work on any of the three full days of the in-person conference and/or at any time during the virtual conference day.
This is a juried process. You will be notified of your panel’s status by the end of May.
UFVA embraces diversity of backgrounds, identities, and experiences as foundational to the future of our discipline, and encourages submission of a wide range of work that interrogates and celebrates the creative and interdisciplinary potential of film, video, and media arts. Additional information can be found in the UFVA Statement of Inclusivity.
Submission Deadline: March 31, 2023
Questions? Contact the the Papers and Panels Co-Chair, Mary Beth Woodson, or the Conference VP, Marc May.