Redesigning Australian film and television production for Multichannel Environments, 1995-2009 (2007–2010)

This project identifies and interrogates the range of factors impacting upon Australian based screen production over the past decade with specific reference to training, changing local production conditions, policy change, the emergence of a production services sector, and international production. It will be the first study to investigate whether the recent uneven record of Australian film and TV is evidence of a transition from a nation-centric production system to a mixed transnational and national one. This project will produce new understandings of Australian screen production that will have implications for policy making, training provision and academic inquiry.
Grant type:
ARC Discovery Projects
Funded by:
Australian Research Council