IM Issue 9, 2013

ASPERA (Australian Screen Production & Education Research Association)

SPECIAL ISSUE


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FROM THE EDITOR


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[1] “Reflections on a Postdoctoral Career in Screen Production”

Leo Berkeley

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[2] “Painting Monkey or Painting Elephant?
Some Comments on Measuring Research in the Creative Art

Ron Elliott

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[3] “Reflections on What Makes a Documentary ‘classic'”

Gillian Leahy

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[4]“Examining Creativity and Cultural Production:
Screen-Based Media and the Current Research into Creativity

Phillip McIntyre

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[5] “Pathways Through Reality:
Integration of New Media Formats into Documentary Research

Colin Perry

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[6] “Exploring How Directors Comprehend Performance”

Michael Sergi

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[7] “The Bass Girl Project:
A Film Production Research Approach to a Problem of Screen Grammar”

Tim Thomas and
Susan Thwaites

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[8] “Reality, Simulation and Presentationism:
The Transubstantiation of Digital Moving Images”

James Verdon

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