Exploring co-creation in practical film education from primary school to postgraduate study: Theoretical and auto-ethnographic perspectives upon teaching film practice
Considering the emergent discourses around film education, there has been little discussion to date of co-creation: that is, how student practical film work might be mediated by, collaborated upon, or even contributed to, by those teachers, instructors, lecturers and practitioners assisting them in the process. This study explores the thorny question of co-creation through a series of case studies, employing an auto-ethnographic approach to reflect upon first-hand experiences of film education at primary, secondary, undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2019
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