Journal of Scandinavian Cinema 10.2 is out now! (Special Issue: ‘Nordic Production Studies’)

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Journal of Scandinavian Cinema 10.2 is out now! 

 

Special Issue: ‘Nordic Production Studies’

 

For more information about the journal and special issue, click here >> https://www.intellectbooks.com/journal-of-scandinavian-cinema

 

Aims & Scopes

 

Journal of Scandinavian Cinema is a double-blind peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to excellent research and stimulating discussion focusing on the cinemas of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, both within their national and Nordic contexts, and as transnational cinemas in a globalized world.

 

Issue 10.2

 

Editorial

 

Special Issue: ‘Nordic Production Studies’

PIETARI KÄÄPÄ AND METTE HJORT

 

Articles

 

Feature articles

 

Nordic production studies at the edge of the 2020s

EVA NOVRUP REDVALL

 

Catching up with our Nordic peers: The rising demand for Finnish drama series and its impact on local film and television production companies

HEIDI GRUNDSTRÖM, JOSE JUAN CAÑAS BAJO AND ILKKA MATILA

 

National broadcasting, international audiences: How cultural difference is represented in the Danish television dramas Ride upon the Storm, Liberty and Greyzone

DJUNA HALLSWORTH

 

Faroese cinema and transnational nation-building

BRADLEY HARMON

 

Empowering the minority co-producer through European financial co-productions: The case of DFI International

PETAR MITRIC

 

Regional screen ecosystems at the peripheries: Production and talent development in Tromsøand Aarhus

PEI-SZE CHOW AND STINE AGNETE SAND

 

Sámi film production and ‘constituted precarity’

KATE MOFFAT

 

Short subject

 

Studying women in Swedish film production: Methodological considerations

MARIA JANSSON, FRANTZESKA PAPADOPOULOU, INGRID STIGSDOTTER AND LOUISE WALLENBERG