The Palgrave Handbook of Screen Production

The Palgrave Handbook of Screen Production

von Craig Batty; Marsha Berry; Kath Dooley; Bettina Frankham; Susan Kerrigan

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XXXIV, 482 Seiten
2019 Springer International Publishing
ISBN 978-3-030-21744-0

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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.

Professor Craig Batty is Head of Creative Writing at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia, where he specialises in the theory and practice of screenwriting.

Associate Professor Marsha Berry is a writer and artist, specialising in mobile media practice, at RMIT University, Australia.

Dr Kath Dooley is a filmmaker, screenwriter and Senior Lecturer at Curtin University, Australia.

Dr Bettina Frankham is a practice-based researcher in digital media at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia.

Associate Professor Susan Kerrigan is a specialist in creative industries and screen production research at the University of Newcastle, Australia.

Collectively, the editors comprise the Research Sub-Committee of the Australian Screen Production Education and Research Association (ASPERA).

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