This cluster is interested in screen cultures, with a particular focus on film, television and internet media.  

The cluster employs a number of methods - for example, critical textual analysis, political economies of media, qualitative audience research, production studies - and includes members with various specialisms, for example, political communication and humour, food, media and social and cultural identity; transmedia storytelling; digital media convergence; media policy; media education; adaptation, nation and transnationalism; and genre, politics and affect. 

The cluster also shares an interest in key questions and developments in the area of film, television and interactive media - for example, changing modes of distribution and consumption, culture and politics, and the changing relation between theory and practice in the study of film, media and culture. 

Film, TV and Internet Media

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Film, TV and Internet Media

Film, TV and Internet Media Dr Michael Stewart