Journal of Screenwriting 12.3 is out now! Special Issue

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Intellect is pleased to announce that Journal of Screenwriting 12.3 is out now!

 

Special Issue: ‘Screenwriting for children and young audiences’

 

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https://www.intellectbooks.com/journal-of-screenwriting

 

Aims and Scope

 

The Journal of Screenwriting aims to explore the nature of writing for the moving image in the broadest sense, highlighting current academic thinking around scriptwriting whilst also reflecting on this with a truly international perspective and outlook. The journal will encourage the investigation of a broad range of possible methodologies and approaches to studying the scriptwriting form, in particular: the history of the form, contextual analysis, the process of writing for the moving image, the relationship of scriptwriting to the production process and how the form can be considered in terms of culture and society. The journal also aims to encourage research in the field of screenwriting, the linking of scriptwriting practice to academic theory, and to support and promote conferences and networking events on this subject.


 

Issue 12.3

 

Editorial

EVA NOVRUP REDVALL AND KATRINE BOUSCHINGER CHRISTENSEN

 

Articles

 

Just dancing with ideology? The role of dramaturgs within the socialist mode of children’s film development

STEFFI EBERT

 

Children’s fiction and anime: The case of Shōkōjo Sēra

MARIA CHIARA OLTOLINI

 

The deliberated decision in children’s mainstream cinema: On socialization in the discourse of freedom

MARC PLANA

 

Writing inclusive and diverse children’s television: Transgender representation in ABC Australia’s First Day

NATALIE KRIKOWA

 

Industry Perspectives

 

Fear and wonderment in a limitless world: Learning to write from a child’s point of view

FRANK DEESE

 

Royals Next Door: Team writing for children on Zoom

LINE LANGEBEK

 

‘Do animals talk in this dimension? ’Cos I don’t wanna freak anyone out’: Writing for children’s animation

PAUL WELLS

 

Book Reviews

 

Women Make Horror: Filmmaking, Feminism, Genre, Alison Peirse (ed.) (2020)

MIKAYLA DANIELS

 

A Tale from Constantinople: The History of a Film that Never Was, Bo Florin and Patrick Vonderau (2019)

ALEXANDRA KSENOFONTOVA

 

Backwards & In Heels: The Past, Present and Future of Women Working in Film, Alicia Malone (2017)

JAMES L. SHELTON

 

The Science of Writing Characters, Kira-Anne Pelican (2020)

PAUL GULINO