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.