Film and Risk

We all know that the production of film and television is a risky business. It usually involves a lot of people, a lot of technology and a lot of money, and – as in all other creative media industries – the outcome is uncertain, compared with the relatively high costs. Analysing film and media production from a risk perspective involves looking at a number of processes related to the nature and organization of creative work. This seminar focuses on filmmaking and television production in relation to different understandings of risk.

Speakers:
Professor Mette Hjort (Lignan University, HongKong)
Professor Rod Coleman (Galway University, Ireland)

Panel-discussants:
CEO Henning Camre (European Think Thank on Film and Film Policy)
Professor Ib Bondebjerg (UCPH, CMI Research Group)

See full program and cv on keynote speakers at:
http://cmi.mef.ku.dk/dokument/dokument6/dokument/?obvius_session_id=1edd2add6b13d476550e996f19a234bf