Dr Lez Cooke provides an introduction to a new three-year AHRC-funded research project on the history of forgotten television drama in the UK.
Wide-ranging news, reviews, feature articles and comment for academic staff, students, researchers and information professionals exploring the production, study and use of film, television and related media in higher and further education.
This new project aims to co-produce a new open ‘access’ digital resource that facilitates engagement with, and use of, public archival material online.
The Royal College of Music and The Open University have created the Listening Experience Database (LED), an ambitious three-year project, funded by the AHRC, to document the impact of music on people’s lives. Simon Brown, puts his ear to the ground.
We review Christopher Frayling’s look at the representations of boffins on film.
Dr Nicholas Hiley reviews a now hard-to-find DVD presentation of a classic First World War documentary.
Rebecca Williams reviews a new collection on the Twilight phenomenon.
Dr Keith M. Johnston eviews a comprehensive overview of film history as both discipline and subject matter.
Dr Barry Monahan reviews a sudy of Sean O’Faolain’s classic story that includes a DVD of Thaddeus O’Sullivan’s film adaptation.