Screen Production Research

Contributors were invited based on their strong knowledge and appreciation of screen production research, their experience of writing about and supervising creative practice methodologies, and their passion for combining academic ...

Author: Craig Batty

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319628370

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 253

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Aimed at students and educators across all levels of Higher Education, this agenda-setting book defines what screen production research is and looks like—and by doing so celebrates creative practice as an important pursuit in the contemporary academic landscape. Drawing on the work of international experts as well as case studies from a range of forms and genres—including screenwriting, fiction filmmaking, documentary production and mobile media practice—the book is an essential guide for those interested in the rich relationship between theory and practice. It provides theories, models, tools and best practice examples that students and researchers can follow and expand upon in their own screen production projects.

The Palgrave Handbook of Screen Production

Research in screen production is by no means a homogenous activity but usually involves the production of a film (or other screen work), an interactive process of practice and reflection by a researcher who is also the screen ...

Author: Craig Batty

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030217440

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 482

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This handbook is an essential creative, critical and practical guide for students and educators of screen production internationally. It covers all aspects of screen production—from conceptualizing ideas and developing them, to realizing and then distributing them—across all forms and formats, including fiction and non-fiction for cinema, television, gallery spaces and the web. With chapters by practitioners, scholars and educators from around the world, the book provides a comprehensive collection of approaches for those studying and teaching the development and production of screen content. With college and university students in mind, the volume purposely combines theory and practice to offer a critically informed and intellectually rich guide to screen production, shaped by the needs of those working in education environments where ‘doing’ and ‘thinking’ must co-exist. The Palgrave Handbook of Screen Production fills an important gap in creative-critical knowledge of screen production, while also providing practical tools and approaches for future practitioners.

Filmmaking as Research

academic research and who are reluctant to lose their status as filmmakers/practitioners. ... “Screen production research has been loosely defined as the study of the creation of audio-visual works that are disseminated on or with ...

Author: Diane Charleson

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030246358

Category: Social Science

Page: 147

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This book examines the challenges often experienced by film practitioners who find themselves researching within the academy, either as students or academics. In light of this the author presents her own journey from practitioner to researcher as a lens. Her practice- based research has been a quest to ”revision” memories, by creating filmic images that elicit memory and remembering. In so doing she has used a range of platforms: multi- screen video installation, still- framing the moving image and remixing found footage. Central to this research has been the importance of family storytelling and sharing, the relationship of the visual and memory, the agency of nostalgia and the role of aura, particularly evident in the re-appropriating of super 8 home movies into a variety of forms. Important to this is has been the relationship of the viewer and the viewed in particular the role of an immersive environment of viewing.

Transnational German Cinema

Encountering Germany Through Film and Events Irina Herrschner, Kirsten Stevens, Benjamin Nickl ... Motion picture and video production in Australia (p. 32). ... A 'logical' explanation of screen production as method-led research.

Author: Irina Herrschner

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030729172

Category: Social Science

Page: 201

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This volume explores the notion of German cinema as both a national and increasingly transnational entity. It brings together chapters that analyse the international circuits of development and distribution that shape the emerging films as part of a contemporary “German cinema”, the events and spectacles that help frame and re-frame national cinemas and their discoverability, and the well-known filmmakers who sit at the vanguard of the contemporary canon. Thereby, it explores what we understand as German cinema today and the many points where this idea of national cinema can be interrogated, expanded and opened up to new readings. At the heart of this interrogation is a keen awareness of the technological, social, economic and cultural changes that have an impact on global cinemas more broadly: new distribution channels such as streaming platforms and online film festivals, and audience engagement that transcends national borders as well as the cinema space. International film production and financing further heightens the transnational aspects of cinema, a quality that is often neglected in marketing and branding of the filmic product. With particular focus on film festivals, this volume explores the tensions between the national and transnational in film, but also in the events that sit at the heart of global cinema culture. It includes contributions from filmmakers, cultural managers and other professionals in the field of film and cinema, as well as scholarly contributions from academics researching popular culture, film, and events in relation to Germany.

Handbook of Qualitative Research Methodologies in Workplace Contexts

The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure for Storytellers and Screenwriters. 2nd edn. London: Pan Books. Webb, J. (2017). Screen Production Research Engagement and Impact Symposium – Keynote address. Accessed 1 February 2020 at ...

Author: Joanna Crossman

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781789904345

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 320

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This comprehensive Handbook explores both traditional and contemporary interpretations of qualitative research in the workplace, examining a variety of foundational and innovative qualitative methodological approaches.

A Dictionary of Film Studies

But middle-level inquiry in film studies is by no means confined to these areas, and post-theory is sometimes criticized for ... practice-based research, practice-led research, screen production as research) The production of a film in ...

Author: Annette Kuhn

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780192568045

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 576

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A Dictionary of Film Studies covers all aspects of its discipline as it is currently taught at undergraduate level. Offering exhaustive and authoritative coverage, this A-Z is written by experts in the field, and covers terms, concepts, debates, and movements in film theory and criticism; national, international, and transnational cinemas; film history, movements, and genres; film industry organizations and practices; and key technical terms and concepts. Since its first publication in 2012, the dictionary has been updated to incorporate over 40 new entries, including computer games and film, disability, ecocinema, identity, portmanteau film, Practice as Research, and film in Vietnam. Moreover, numerous revisions have been made to existing entries to account for developments in the discipline, and changes to film institutions more generally. Indices of films and filmmakers mentioned in the text are included for easy access to relevant entries. The dictionary also has 13 feature articles on popular topics and terms, revised and informative bibliographies for most entries, and more than 100 web links to supplement the text.

The Oxford Handbook of Group Creativity and Innovation

A “logical” explanation of screen production as method-led research. In C. Batty & S. Kerrigan (Eds.) Screen production research: Creative practice as a mode of enquiry (pp. 11–28), Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.

Author: Paul B. Paulus

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190648084

Category: Psychology

Page: 616

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Although creativity is often considered an individual ability or activity, innovation in teams and organizations involves collaboration of people with diverse perspectives, knowledge, and skills. The effective development of collaborative innovations and solutions to problems is critical to the success of teams and organizations, but research has also demonstrated many factors which tend to limit the effectiveness of collaborative innovation of groups and teams. This volume highlights recent theoretical, empirical, and practical developments that provide a solid basis for the practice of collaborative innovation and future research. It draws from a broad range of research perspectives including cognition, social influence, groups, teams, creativity, communication, networks, information systems, organizational psychology, engineering, computer science, and the arts. This volume is an important source of information for students, scholars, practitioners, and others interested in understanding the complexity of the group creative process and tapping the creative potential of groups and teams.

Creative Practice Research in the Age of Neoliberal Hopelessness

In this respect, my video took up some aspects of Ian Garwood's compelling application to multiscreen works of certain ... Batty, Craig and Susan Kerrigan (2018), Screen Production Research: Creative Practice as a Mode of Enquiry, ...

Author: Agnieszka Piotrowska

Publisher: Edinburgh University Press

ISBN: 9781474463584

Category: Education

Page: 344

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Addresses the very notion of what creative practice research is, its challenges within the academy and the ways in which it contributes to scholarship and knowledge.

Research Methods in Outdoor Studies

New York, NY: Columbia University Press. Berkeley, L. (2018). Lights, camera, research: The specificity of research in screen production. In C. Batty & K. Susan (Eds.), Screen production research (pp. 29–46). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Author: Barbara Humberstone

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429583520

Category: Education

Page: 352

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Over the last two decades Outdoor Studies has emerged as an innovative and vibrant field of study. This is the first book to offer a comprehensive appraisal of established and cutting-edge research methods as applied to Outdoor Studies. Covering qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods, the book examines key methodologies, themes and technologies such as digital research, mobile methodologies, ethnography, interviews, research design, research ethics and ways of disseminating research. Featuring contributions from leading researchers from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, this is an essential text for any Outdoor Studies course or for researchers looking for innovative and creative research techniques.

Research in Education

Information System Language Studies , Number 23 . ED 041 612 Film Production Criteria for the Production and Selection of Film for the Classroom : A Preliminary Study . ED 032 770 The Development of a Semiotic of Film .



ISBN: UFL:31262083003490

Category: Education


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