Changing digital technologies and media platforms have revolutionised film and television practices and industries, introducing new forms of engagement as well as fragmentation of traditional media audiences. In this course, you will explore how contemporary screen media attracts funding and reaches audiences. You will examine screen production cultures, industrial structures, distribution channels, transnationality and relationship with audiences. You will be able to identify economic and socio-cultural drivers that underpin screen media's ongoing significance. Addressing the rapidly moving contexts in which screen content is produced and consumed, this course develops your knowledge of one of contemporary media's most responsive and creative forms.
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- Sunshine Coast: Semester 1
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