Posts Tagged: “television”

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Centre for Film and Television

  _________________________________________________________________  June 27, 2017, 6 p.m., W240  The Goldberg-Condition – More to seen than can be seen practice and research  The Goldberg-Condition as a documentary film is part of… »

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Buzz the Question - A child's depiction of their 'ideal' media.

Ashley Woodfall: Children and Cross-Platform Media

Researcher: Ashley Woodfall Ashley Woodfall worked in the television industry for many years before joining the  research community at Bournemouth University’s Media School. He is a Fellow of the Royal… »

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Emerge

Emerge is the Experimental Media Research Group. As creative, practice-led researchers, the group share critical concerns in relation to experimental media practices. We have grown significantly since 2010, and our experience draws… »

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Reality Television Conference – 5th-6th July 2013

Bournemouth University’s Narrative Research Group are delighted to be supporting the following event: The Reality Television Conference – July 2013. Proposals are invited for papers (of 20 minutes length) considering… »

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Participatory Filmmaking in Rural India, by Sue Sudbury

Emerge – The Experimental Screen

Bournemouth University’s EMERGE or Experimental Media Research group is looking into new and innovative developments in media arts and digital media. Emerge’s research into The Experimental Screen is driven by… »

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Examining narratives of real people in the media

BU’s Media School is hosting a one day event on Friday, 3 September 2010 to examine how real people are represented in the media. The Narrative Research Group based in… »

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