The network will conduct research and knowledge exchange through workshops, visits, meetings, screenings, conference panels and a survey. Resources will include a register of films, case studies of best practice, a tool kit, resource lists and a training seminar in reviewing practice research. A special edition of the Journal of Media Practice in 2018 will be dedicated to the project. The Filmmaking Research Network will run for 18 months and will include over 40 members from more than 20 institutions including industry and third sector representatives. The network will stimulate new debates, foster a deeper understanding of filmmaking research and develop resources to sustain the future of the field.
Principal Investigator: Joanna Callaghan, University of Sussex
Co-Investigator: Susan Kerrigan, University of Newcastle
Find out more: http://filmmakingresearch.ne
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Senior Lecturer Filmmaking
Convenor of MA Filmmaking
University of Sussex