Barbara Giza

Dr hab. Barbara Giza, prof. USWPS, university professor at the Department of Journalism (head of the Department since 2012), filmographer and researcher at the National Film Archive – Audiovisual Institute in Warsaw, where he researches audiovisual archives, especially film archives as databases and their film as a medium, over the film audience and the social role of film. Film and culture expert, dealing with cultural aspects of film, film writing and broadly understood relations between film and literature. It also carries out research projects on the role of audiovisual databases in high-quality journalism and audiovisual production. Co-author of documentary films (One of them, “Hen and War”, received the Audience Award in 2020 at the Warsaw Jewish Film Festival “Camera of David”). Board member of the Polish Film and Media Research Society and the International Federation of Film Critics FIPRESCI. Member – specialist of the Art Sciences Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Author of research papers on film history, audiovisual culture, sociology and media anthropology. Author of a number of popular science projects relating to film archives as databases and sources of knowledge, as well as to the area of ​​media science and media culture. The author of books on this issue as well as a scientific co-editor and author of texts, incl. Polish Film Critics series: Board member of the Polish Film and Media Research Society and the International Federation of Film Critics FIPRESCI. Member – specialist of the Art Sciences Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Author of research papers on film history, audiovisual culture, sociology and media anthropology. Author of a number of popular science projects relating to film archives as databases and sources of knowledge, as well as to the area of ​​media science and media culture. The author of books on this issue as well as a scientific co-editor and author of texts, incl. Polish Film Critics series: Board member of the Polish Film and Media Research Society and the International Federation of Film Critics FIPRESCI. Member – specialist of the Art Sciences Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Author of research papers on film history, audiovisual culture, sociology and media anthropology. Author of a number of popular science projects relating to film archives as databases and sources of knowledge, as well as to the area of ​​media science and media culture. The author of books on this issue as well as a scientific co-editor and author of texts, incl. Polish Film Critics series: Author of a number of popular science projects relating to film archives as databases and sources of knowledge, as well as to the area of ​​media science and media culture. The author of books on this issue as well as a scientific co-editor and author of texts, incl. Polish Film Critics series: Author of a number of popular science projects relating to film archives as databases and sources of knowledge, as well as to the area of ​​media science and media culture. The author of books on this issue as well as a scientific co-editor and author of texts, incl. Polish Film Critics series: Konrad Eberhardt  (2013),  Aleksander Jackiewicz  (2015),  Krzysztof Mętrak  (2019),  Maria Kornatowska  (2020),  September 1939. Film texts and contexts  (academic editing) (2021),  Archives in contemporary film studies  (2020). Currently, as a co-author, she is preparing the volumes of  Source Contexts in Film Studies and Jerzy Płażewski.