Screening Europe - The State of Polycrisis in the European Audiovisual Industry
The project works toward two objectives: first, it examines how Europe is portrayed, perceived, and considered through the content that we view on European “screens”. Second, it is “screening” how the state of global polycrisis has impacted the European film and television industries.
The project explores how the European screen contents reflect Europe’s ethnic, racial, gender, linguistic and class-related diversity; which discourses, aesthetics, and narrative strategies predominate in European screen content; how much of the political and social reality of Europe is depicted on European screens; and, how digitization, AI, US platform imperialism, environmental crisis, and war have been affecting European screen industries. Our contextual and interdisciplinary approach aims at identifying obstacles and opportunities for European policymakers in this extremely disruptive period for the European audiovisual sector, as well as on addressing potential policy solutions. It ultimately asks how the relationship between academic researchers and decision-makers in the European film and TV industries can be improved to better address current challenges.
- How is Europe and its complexities represented on European screens?
- How do digitization, globalization, the environmental crisis and political paradigm shifts affect the European screen industries?
- What is the role of scholars in discussing, formulating and evaluating the policy solutions to the polycrises in European film and television?
- Lost Country
- Regulating Global Streaming Platforms in the Small-Nation Context: Mission (Im)Possible?
- Developing, producing, editing, and releasing European audiovisual policy
- Supporting the European Audiovisual Production: Lessons From the UK Television Sector
- Policy and Production Encounters around Children’s Television and Diversity
- How to make children and young audiences more interested in European audiovisual content?
- The role of the new Audiovisual Media Service Directive (AVMSD) in increasing commitments of streaming platforms towards European content: Challenges and Opportunities
- Book Launch: European Film and Television Co-production Policy and Practice
- New trends in commissioning and financing audiovisual content in Europe
- Book Launch
|Grønlund, Anders||Teaching Assistant||+4535327250|
|Krakus, Anna Helena Alexandra||Assistant Professor - Tenure Track||+4535332258|
|Krgovic, Marija||PhD Fellow||+4545-35330197|
|Mitric, Petar||Assistant Professor - Tenure Track||+4535322489|
|Pedersen, Oscar Waage Elbæk||PhD Fellow||+4535330818|
|Redvall, Eva Novrup||Associate Professor||+4535329437|
|Duru, Deniz||Senior Lecturer in Media and Communication Studies, Department of Communication and Media|
|Mrozewicz, Anna Estera||Associate Professor of Film Studies, Centre for Languages and Literature|
|Stjernholm, Emil||Associate Senior Lecturer in Film and Media Studies, Department of Communication and Media|
|Mollerup, Nina Grønlykke||Senior Lecturer in Anthropology, School of Arts and Communication|
|Wessels, Josepha||Associate Professor of Media and Communication Studies & documentary filmmaker, School of Arts and Communication|