Quantifying the global film festival circuit: Networks, diversity, and public value creation

Film festivals are a key component in the global film industry in terms of trendsetting, publicity, trade, and collaboration. We present an unprecedented analysis of the international film festival circuit, which has so far remained relatively …

ACS Seminar: A Wider Lens - Australian Camera Workforce Development and Diversity

An industry presentation of the results of recent research report

A wider lens: Workforce development and diversity in Australian cinematography

Abstract Film and television content made in Australia is an important site of social and cultural storytelling that both reflects the world we live in, and shapes it. We come to understand ourselves, and each other, through the stories we see on our screens large and small.

Exploring the Role of Corporate Governance for Digital Entrepreneurship – A Network Study of Screen-Media Ventures in the Nordic and Baltic Countries

A conference paper discussing the screen media industry network of the Nordic-Baltic region

Controlling for openness in the male-dominated collaborative networks of the global film industry

Studies of gender inequality in film industries have noted the persistence of male domination in creative roles (usually defined as director, producer, writer) and the slow pace of reform. Typical policy remedies are premised on aggregate counts of …

Feature film diversity on Australian cinema screens: Implications for cultural diversity studies using big data

Like in much of the world, cinema screens in Australia are dominated by feature films from the US. Drawing on the Kinomatics Global Showtime Dataset, a big cultural dataset of cinema screenings, this chapter considers the diversity of films screened …