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Why we need to caption

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Why we need to caption Screenworks are improving our accessibility. Part of this process is that we will require all new audio-visual published works to include captions. According to hearing advocacy organisations (Australian Network on Disability and Hearing Link), one in six people are affected by hearing loss in the UK and Australia. In Australia […]

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Year in Review: Screenworks 2020 Celebration Reel

by Will DiGravio | 22 January 2021 In 2020, Screenworks published fifteen works across three issues. To celebrate, here’s a short video collecting clips from all fifteen. Thank you to all of our contributors! Please note that Volume 11.1 is ongoing. Learn more about submitting your work here. Read more about each submission below.  […]

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We’re going to need a bigger boat

We are delighted to announce that the Screenworks Editorial Team have just welcomed four new Associate Editors. We had a huge number of applicants and the standard was very high indeed. We are very much looking forward to working with new our team to consolidate the journal, make it more sustainable, accessible and inclusive and […]

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Mirros and Tears

We are delighted to publish our third entry to Volume 11.1, Mirrors and Tears, a short film by Pavel Prokopic which explores the potential of film to give rise to a feeling of meaning (affective significance) by combining chance, aspects of audio-visual style and nuances of performance – offsetting, in the process, a coherent sense of […]

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BAFTSS Practice Research Portfolio Awards

Get your skates on! The deadline for the BAFTSS Practice Research Portfolio Awards is the end of October! BAFTSS invites submissions to the Practice Research categories of its 2021 Awards Competition. All entries must constitute a significant, original and rigorous contribution to knowledge. We invite submissions in the following categories: • Audiovisual Practice-Research: e.g. original […]

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Check Lap Kok (Hong Kong Airport) 21.00 01.12.19

We are delighted to announced the publication of our second film in Volume 11.1 , Chek Lap Kok (Hong Kong Airport) 21.00 01.12.19, a short video by Stephen Connolly which documents a walk to Hong Kong Airport from the Expo centre on the airport island, by means of slow travel, under makeshift conditions, and without carbon […]

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Screenworks Editorial Opportunities

Screenworks Editorial Opportunities Screenworks, the peer-reviewed online journal of screen media practice research, seeks two new Associate Editors to join our international team. These exciting posts would be ideal for established academics, early career researchers or postgraduate research students in the field of media practice who are interested in developing editorial skills and an understanding […]

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Volume 11.1 Launches

We’re delighted to announce the launch of Screenworks Volume 11.1 with Iakovos Panagopoulos’ visually arresting Flickering Souls Set Alight – a thirty minute fiction film following the life of a Greek family during the toughest years of the financial crisis. With her husband on a life support machine, the film depicts Persephone’s financial and emotional […]

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South Stack

We’re delighted to announced our ninth entry in Screenworks Volume 10.1: Anthony Ellis’s South Stack, a short artists’ film that explores the rhythm and life of a building: South Stack lighthouse situated in Ynys Môn (Anglesey), Wales. The film utilises fixed-point filming methods (also known as time-lapse or rephotography), to document the same location at […]

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Filling the Gaps

Something to absorb you during lockdown. We are delighted to announce our eighth entry in Volume 10.1, Fernando Sobron’s Filling The Gaps is a reflexive documentary which explores the normally hidden creative processes in documentary filmmaking, and probes the gap between “actuality” and its “creative treatment”. The film juxtaposes an archivist discussing Dürer’s 1515 engraving […]

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Experiencing the Filmpoem

We are pleased to announce the publication of our seventh entry in Screenworks Volume 10.1, Susannah Ramsay‘s Experiencing the Filmpoem: A Film-Phenomenological Inquiry, five short experimental films which evoke multi-sensorial experiences for the viewer through visceral combinations of lens manipulation, camera movement and rhythmic editing. For Ramsay, filmpoems are a synthesis of these experimental techniques with poetic narration […]

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Golden Gate

We are pleased to announce the publication of our sixth entry in Screenworks Volume 10.1, William Brown’s Golden Gate, a poetic video essay that reworks footage from 43 movies, spanning eight decades. Through intertitles, repetition, loops and other formal strategies, the film creates an affective and theoretical argument concerning the role of the Golden Gate Bridge […]

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