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Filling archival gaps through academic-industry collaborations (2023)
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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.

Streaming Scotland: The Scottish Screen Sector in the Global HETV Production Market (2023)
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Correia, N. (2023). Streaming Scotland: The Scottish Screen Sector in the Global HETV Production Market. [Magazine]. Edinburgh

This article reflects on how Scotland has cemented its status as an international hub for high-end television (HETV) production between summer 2022 and summer 2023, and discusses strategies to maintain continuous growth in the local screen sector in... Read More about Streaming Scotland: The Scottish Screen Sector in the Global HETV Production Market.

Managing the legal, ethical and security risks of a dual-purpose oral history project involving multiple organizations: the experience of the 'Film Bang' project in Scotland (2023)
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Correia, N. (2023, July). Managing the legal, ethical and security risks of a dual-purpose oral history project involving multiple organizations: the experience of the 'Film Bang' project in Scotland. Paper presented at XXII IOHA International Conference: Oral History in a Digital and Audiovisual World, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

This paper discusses potential approaches for handling the legal, ethical, and data security challenges of a video-based oral history project including multiple organisations; building on experience from the Film Bang research project with film and t... Read More about Managing the legal, ethical and security risks of a dual-purpose oral history project involving multiple organizations: the experience of the 'Film Bang' project in Scotland.

Outlander’s Impact on the Scottish Screen Production Sector and the Development of the Local Freelance Screen Workforce (2023)
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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.

In search of a framework for academic-industry collaborations with archival institutions: Experiences from a partnership with the National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Correia, N., & Foubister, K. (2023, June). In search of a framework for academic-industry collaborations with archival institutions: Experiences from a partnership with the National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive. Paper presented at Shaking the Archive - Reconsidering the Role of Archives in Contemporary Society, Edinburgh

The paper explores models for collaborative work between academia and public archival institutions, based on the authors’ experiences as PhD researcher and industry supervisor in the 'Film Bang' research project on the history of the Scottish screen... Read More about In search of a framework for academic-industry collaborations with archival institutions: Experiences from a partnership with the National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive.

Streaming Scotland: Global Streaming Platforms and Freelance Employment Opportunities in the Scottish Screen Sector (2023)
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Correia, N. (2023, June). Streaming Scotland: Global Streaming Platforms and Freelance Employment Opportunities in the Scottish Screen Sector. Paper presented at Locating Media Industries: Cities, Spaces, Places conference, King’s College London

The paper discusses how the global demand for streaming content in recent years has led to a boom in screen production activity in Scotland, and comments on the impact of this situation on opportunities for Scottish-based film and television workers.... Read More about Streaming Scotland: Global Streaming Platforms and Freelance Employment Opportunities in the Scottish Screen Sector.

The role of early Channel 4 commissions in the development of the freelance film and television workforce in Scotland (2022)
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Correia, N. (2022). The role of early Channel 4 commissions in the development of the freelance film and television workforce in Scotland. [Online magazine]. London

The launch of Channel 4 in 1982 coincided with a period of fundamental change in the Scottish film and television sector. Prior to that, local production activity in Scotland had been limited. The institutional landscape to foster indigenous filmmaki... Read More about The role of early Channel 4 commissions in the development of the freelance film and television workforce in Scotland.

Channel 4 - then and now - the view from Scotland: the evolution of the Channel’s relationship with the Scottish production sector (2022)
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Scott, A., & Correia, N. (2022, September). Channel 4 - then and now - the view from Scotland: the evolution of the Channel’s relationship with the Scottish production sector. Paper presented at Channel 4: Then and Now, BFI Southbank, London

This paper examines the historic relationship between Channel 4 and the Scottish independent production sector over four decades and investigate how the opportunities and support for Scotland’s producers and freelance workforce today compares with th... Read More about Channel 4 - then and now - the view from Scotland: the evolution of the Channel’s relationship with the Scottish production sector.