This year has seen a number of changes in both teaching and learning, as well as the Film and TV Industry. It's been more important than ever to keep in touch with people and we've been so happy to hear from authors and readers alike about the ways in which Film and TV students and professionals have been adapting during these uncertain times. We'd like to wish everyone a very happy Festive Season, and all the best for the coming year. As ever, it would be great to hear from you either by email or on Twitter - our contact details are below.
PERFORM is a highly accessible series for undergraduate and graduate students that professors across disciplines in the arts can use to accompany their primary textbooks. The books are encouraging in tone and detail what it takes to perform creatively and financially in the specific fields. The series serves as a career development tool to help students understand the various vocational possibilities in the discipline they’re studying, whether it be theater, film, music, visual arts, or design.
Find out more about the series here.
A Film Director's Bird's Eye View
How to Shoot an Indie Film During a Pandemic
Dan Mirvish, author of The Cheerful Subversive's Guide to Independent Filmmaking, explores the effects COVID-19 has had on independent filmmakers in an article for Variety. Read it here.
What’s the Story? The Director Meets Their Screenplay: An Essential Guide for Directors and Writer-Directors
September 08, 2020 by Routledge