The conference poster appears below (you can “click” on it to enlarge). Those with a mind for trivia can also try to ascertain the eight different films from which images were incorporated into the poster (answers below).
And here is the PDF version: audiovisualtopia-poster
… And now: Answers. Where the Images in the Poster Came From:
Nº1: Image at top: Dupa dealuri / Beyond the Hills (Dir: Cristian Mungiu, 2012, Romania) with Cosmina Stratan as Voichita, Valeriu Andriuta as “Father”, Dana Tapalaga as Mother Superior (and others in photo).
Nº1 (repeat): Middle row, insert, left hand side, woman in sweater: Beyond the Hills with Cosmina Stratan as Voichita.
Nº2: Insert into image at top, man’s hand: El Secreto de Sus Ojos / The Secret in Their Eyes (Dir: Juan José Campanella, 2009, Argentina-Spain) with Ricardo Darin as Benjamin Esposito.
Nº3: Middle row, left, young girl: Pather Panchali / Song of the Road (Dir: Satyajit Ray, 1955, India) with Runki Banarjee as Durga.
Nº4: Middle row right, man behind bars: Un Profète / A Prophet (Dir: Jacques Audiard, 2009, France) schematic image of Tahir Rahim as Malik El Djebena. Also references publicity and film festivals.
Nº5: Middle row, middle image, man pursued by plane: North by Northwest (Dir: Alfred Hitchcock, 1959, USA) with Cary Grant as Roger O. Thornhill.
Nº5 (repeat): Bottom row, left, woman with back turned: North by Northwest (Dir: Alfred Hitchcock, 1959, USA) with Eva Marie Saint as Eve Kendall.
Nº6: Bottom row, left, young woman dressed as princess: Heavenly Creatures (Dir: Peter Jackson, 1994, New Zealand) with Kate Winslet as Juliet Hulme.
Nº7: Bottom row, center, young girl/zombie: [·REC] (Dir: Jaume Balagueró, 2007, Spain) with Claudia Silva as Jennifer.
Nº8: Middle row, insert, man smoking: Salinui chueok / Memories of Murder (Dir: Joon-ho Bong, 2003, South Korea) with Sang-kyung Kim as Detective Tae-yoon Seo
Middle row, middle image, woman screams at zombie: From the web page of a Madrid café’s Halloween party (fandom, new media). Costumes reference many horror films and perhaps La Vie d’Adèle / Blue Is the Warmest Color.
Middle Row, left, woman with arm out (pointing a gun): From the web page of a Madrid café’s Halloween party. Costume may reference film noir.