Author: Myer, Clive
Source: Journal of Media Practice, Volume 5, Number 2, 1 September 2004 , pp. 69-70(2)
Abstract:What sort of films and practices are filmmaking students engaging with today? Are they challenging audiences, extending the language of practice and raising issues both social and aesthetic? These questions, doubtlessly of interest to lecturers and students alike, often not only do no get answered, they seldom actually get asked. With an increasing number of film schools and film courses, what new questions are being raised for and by our graduating students? Are we providing the relevant insight for raising complex issues of theory/practice or are we simply stretching the divide?
Document Type: Editorial
Affiliations: University of Glamorgan
Publication date: September 1, 2004
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