Monthly Archives: November 2016

Finding the lightbulb moment: creativity and inspiration in the teaching of the craft of screenwriting

[title_box title="Finding the lightbulb moment" subtitle="creativity and inspiration in the teaching of the craft of screenwriting" custom_class="home1"] Margaret McVeigh Griffith Film School m.mcveigh@griffith.edu.au Abstract The writing of a screenplay requires inspiration and its development via the processes of creativity and the tools of craft. This paper explores a practical integration of creativity and craft in…
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The special place of fiction in creative practice research: a screenwriting approach

[title_box title="The special place of fiction in creative practice research" subtitle="a screenwriting approach" custom_class="home1"] Craig Batty RMIT University craig.batty@rmit.edu.au Abstract Creative practice research has become a staple of many university research cultures, and is core to the work of many members of the Australian Screen Production Education and Research Association community. We know of its…
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The filmmakers’ research perspectives: an overview of Australian and UK filmmaking research

[title_box title="The filmmakers’ research perspectives" subtitle="an overview of Australian and UK filmmaking research" custom_class="home1"] Susan Kerrigan University of Newcastle susan.kerrigan@newcastle.edu.au Joanna Callaghan University of Sussex J.Callaghan@sussex.ac.uk Abstract Filmmaking research is part of the broader practice research paradigm – known as practice-led, practice-based and creative practice research – where films are created as research outputs in…
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