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Communitarian Narratives in the Films of Nicolas Rojas Sánchez and Ángeles Cruz (2024)
Book Chapter
Jansen, I. (in press). Communitarian Narratives in the Films of Nicolas Rojas Sánchez and Ángeles Cruz. In The Routledge Handbook of Indigenous Film. Routledge

This chapter discusses different films by Mixtec filmmakers Ángeles Cruz and Nicolas Rojas Sánchez. Both filmmakers have received several national and international awards for their work. The films by Ángeles Cruz as well as the films by Nicolas Roja... Read More about Communitarian Narratives in the Films of Nicolas Rojas Sánchez and Ángeles Cruz.

Quiet Pictures: Women and Silence in Contemporary British and French Cinema (2024)
Book
Artt, S. (in press). Quiet Pictures: Women and Silence in Contemporary British and French Cinema. London: Bloomsbury Publishing

Quiet Pictures approaches the films of Joanna Hogg, Lynne Ramsay, Céline Sciamma, and Lucile Hadžhalilovicthrough the lens of silence as a motif and texture. This book takes up the question of different uses of silence in the work of these directo... Read More about Quiet Pictures: Women and Silence in Contemporary British and French Cinema.

From Film Bang to Filming Boom: Fifty Years of Career Development Strategies in the Scottish Screen Production Sector (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Correia, N. (2024, April). From Film Bang to Filming Boom: Fifty Years of Career Development Strategies in the Scottish Screen Production Sector. Paper presented at 12th BAFTSS Conference (British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies) 2024, University of Sussex, Brighton

This paper demonstrates how the Scottish film and television production sector has evolved during the last half-century and discusses the strategies of Scottish-based freelancers to sustain and advance their careers. In the mid-1970s screen productio... Read More about From Film Bang to Filming Boom: Fifty Years of Career Development Strategies in the Scottish Screen Production Sector.

Itu Ninu (2023)
Digital Artefact
Jansen, I. (2023). Itu Ninu. [Film]

72-minute drama film in English and Mixtec (an endangered Indigenous language from Mexico). This is a practice-based research output exploring the concept of "Second-Hand" Cinema, as conceptualized by Nadia Bozak in her book The Cinematic Footprint... Read More about Itu Ninu.

Sound Dramaturgy for Poetic Documentaries (2023)
Journal Article
Stutterheim, K. (2023). Sound Dramaturgy for Poetic Documentaries. International Journal of Film and Media Arts, 8(3), 59-73. https://doi.org/10.24140/ijfma.v8.n3.04

Sound dramaturgy as part of the aesthetic design of documentary films is invisible but most relevant, although often overlooked. The chapter gives a short introduction to dramaturgy and the importance of sound dramaturgy as most impactful for documen... Read More about Sound Dramaturgy for Poetic Documentaries.

Filling archival gaps through academic-industry collaborations (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Correia, N. (2023, November). Filling archival gaps through academic-industry collaborations. Poster presented at AMIA 2023: the Annual Conference of the Association of Moving Image Archivists, Tulsa, USA

This poster outlines key points of the Film Bang research project on the history of the Scottish film and television sector. The project is an ongoing academic-industry collaboration employing video-recorded oral histories to investigate the evolutio... Read More about Filling archival gaps through academic-industry collaborations.

Teaching Sound Dramaturgy (2023)
Book Chapter
Stutterheim, K. (in press). Teaching Sound Dramaturgy. In Teaching Sound for the 21st Century. Sofia: CILECT

Sound dramaturgy as part of the aesthetic design of either a film or a Virtual Reality (VR) experience is invisible but most relevant, although often overlooked. As sound person and academic, I have long been interested in the dramaturgical relevance... Read More about Teaching Sound Dramaturgy.

Filmmaking practice-as-research: a case study in pursuit of subtext through AI generated dialogue (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Gray, P. (2023, September). Filmmaking practice-as-research: a case study in pursuit of subtext through AI generated dialogue. Paper presented at MeCCSA 2023, Glasgow

Practice led research in filmmaking and screenwriting that explores the potential for creating meaningful dialogue with subtext, through the use of AI chat bots. The presentation will include a short film alongside a case study paper, exploring the... Read More about Filmmaking practice-as-research: a case study in pursuit of subtext through AI generated dialogue.

Film Dramaturgy: A Practice and a Tool for Researchers (2023)
Book Chapter
Stutterheim, K. (2023). Film Dramaturgy: A Practice and a Tool for Researchers. In R. Davies, P. Russo, & C. Tieber (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Screenwriting Studies (689-708). Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-20769-3_36

This chapter gives an overview of dramaturgy as practice and discipline. Dramaturgy has its origins in Antiquity and established itself as a theoretical and analytical approach to understand and support narrative-performative arts in the eighteenth c... Read More about Film Dramaturgy: A Practice and a Tool for Researchers.

Outlander’s Impact on the Scottish Screen Production Sector and the Development of the Local Freelance Screen Workforce (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Correia, N. (2023, July). Outlander’s Impact on the Scottish Screen Production Sector and the Development of the Local Freelance Screen Workforce. Paper presented at Outlander Conference, Glasgow

This paper examines the impact of the high-end television (HETV) series Outlander on the Scottish film and television production sector, particularly the development and sustainability of careers within the sector’s freelance workforce. Filmed both o... Read More about Outlander’s Impact on the Scottish Screen Production Sector and the Development of the Local Freelance Screen Workforce.

SPARTACUS’ Aftermath / Influences (2023)
Book Chapter
Stutterheim, K. (in press). SPARTACUS’ Aftermath / Influences. In Kubrick encounters Spartacus. (Kubrick Studies). Liverpool: Liverpool University Press

A short reflection on the impact of the movie onto Kubricks carreer but moreover how it got referred to by later productions - movies, TV productions, and games alike.

The Ethics of Inisherin: Seminar on Ethics of Psychoanalysis (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Neill, C. (2023, May). The Ethics of Inisherin: Seminar on Ethics of Psychoanalysis. Presented at Irish Council for Psychotherapy seminar, Dublin

In this talk, Calum Neill will explore Lacan’s four propositions on ethics from his Seminar on the Ethics of Psychoanalysis and seek to illustrate his arguments through Martin McDonagh’s 2022 film The Banshees of Inisherin. This will allow us to exam... Read More about The Ethics of Inisherin: Seminar on Ethics of Psychoanalysis.

The distribution model for Hollywood blockbusters during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 (2023)
Book Chapter
Li, Q. (2023). The distribution model for Hollywood blockbusters during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. In Q. Li, D. Wilson, & Y. Guan (Eds.), The Global Film Market Transformation in the Post-Pandemic Era: Production, Distribution and Consumption (114-122). London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003345251

In the wake of the pandemic, the traditional mode of theatrical release has been disrupted, and Hollywood has had to shift its focus to alternative methods of distribution, such as releasing films on streaming platforms. This shift has been necessita... Read More about The distribution model for Hollywood blockbusters during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

The Global Film Market Transformation in the Post-Pandemic Era: Production, Distribution and Consumption (2023)
Book
Li, Q., Wilson, D., & Guan, Y. (Eds.). (2023). The Global Film Market Transformation in the Post-Pandemic Era: Production, Distribution and Consumption. London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003345251

This book reviews the development and performance of the global film industry during the COVID-19 pandemic and examines new trends in film production, distribution and consumption through a global lens. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a substantial im... Read More about The Global Film Market Transformation in the Post-Pandemic Era: Production, Distribution and Consumption.

The Epic Spartacus (2023)
Book Chapter
Stutterheim, K. (in press). The Epic Spartacus. In Kubrick Encounters Spartacus. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press

Epic stories portray influential characters acting under extraordinary circumstances. As we can see it happens to Spartacus in this movie, the main character is forced to act in a way they never would have imagined a moment before the incident starts... Read More about The Epic Spartacus.

Community-led Television, Local Voice and Climate Change (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Scott, A. (2022, December). Community-led Television, Local Voice and Climate Change

Monday 12 December 2022 Invited to lead a round table discussion for the University of Edgehill - part of their research project 'Community-led television, local voice and climate change' in partnership with the University of Liverpool, Love Wavertr... Read More about Community-led Television, Local Voice and Climate Change.