Three-D Issue 31: Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene

Charlie Tweed Bath Spa University Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene: Screenworks Special Issue launch event at Cube Cinema, Bristol on – June 20th 2018 The event acted as a showcase and launch for a special issue of Screenworks titled Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene. This special issue developed from the international symposium Digital Ecologies and the Anthropocene which took place …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 30: Practice Network report

Dominique Webb & Mikey Murray University of Lincoln The annual Journal of Media Practice and Education and MeCCSA Practice Network Symposium took place at the University of Lincoln on June 15th 2018. This year’s theme was ‘Contexts for Film Practice’ and our aim was to explore the diversity and breadth of work taking place in …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 29: Practice Network report

Joanne Callaghan University of Sussex The BFI, Learning on Screen, Kingston School of Art and MeCCSA Practice Network recently supported a free workshop at BFI Southbank in London, exploring the creative reuse of archive material in higher education, in a morning session preceding the annual BFI Student Open Day. The event launched a new scheme …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 28: Storymaking symposium

Sarah HaynesLiverpool John Moores University Storymaking was a one-day Symposium held on Friday 11th November 2016, at The Liverpool Screen School, Liverpool John Moores University organized in collaboration with the ICC (Institute of Cultural Capital) and supported by the MeCCSA Practice Network. The focus of this symposium was making stories with rather than just for …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 28: VR Symposium: what does immersion mean?

Nick HigginsUniversity of the West of Scotland Gathering together an inspiring mix of creative practitioners, industry experts and cultural institutions, the University of the West of Scotland’s Creative Media Academy hosted a one-day seminar on virtual reality (VR) and filmmaking as part of the 2017 Glasgow Short Film Festival in March. Born out of a …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 27: Post-Screen Cultures/Practices

Tahera Aziz, Phil Hammond & Lizzie Jackson London South Bank University The 2016 MeCCSA Practice Network / Journal of Media Practice symposium, Post-Screen Cultures/Practices was held at London South Bank University on 10 June. The day focussed on practice-based research and featured papers, presentations of practice, and film screenings. The symposium sought to explore how, with the proliferation of …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 26: Practice Network

Joanna Callaghan University of Sussex The network has supported two events this year, with a further two in planning. In June we held the annual Journal of Media Practice and MeCCSA Practice network symposium at Southbank University on the theme of Post-Screen Practices. It was a well-attended symposium and in the next edition of Three-D …Continue Reading

Image-Movement-Story Symposium at the University of Roehampton, London

This event is supported by the Journal Media Practice, MeCCSA Practice Network, The Centre for Research into Film and Audiovisual Cultures and hosted by the Practice as Research Group the Department of Media, Culture, Language. The event will be held at the University of Roehampton, Digby College, Duchesne Building on Saturday 14 June 2014. If …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 21: The BUFVC: Supporting Practice and Research

Sarah Allen-Reading British Universities Film & Video Council Founded in 1948, the British Universities Film & Video Council (BUFVC) is a charity and membership organisation that aims to advance post-compulsory education and research by putting moving image and sound on an equal footing with text. Currently 82% of UK higher education (HE) institutions are members …Continue Reading

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