The Transcultural Production Studies Project

In Production Studies (2009) and Production Studies, The Sequel! (2016), Vicky Mayer, Miranda Banks, John Caldwell and Bridget Conor asked media scholars from different disciplines to discuss the concept of Production Culture. Media workers are seen as “cultural actors” (2009, 2) whose practices and discourses shape the film industry culture. This approach thus favours a focus on “the lived realities of people involved in the media production” (2009, 4) as well as specific case studies and “grounded data” (2016, x). The institutional context remains a key element to comprehend film realities since a production culture exists in the tension “between individuals’ agency and the social conditions within which agency is embedded.” (2016, x). Production Studies rest on two questions: “How do media producers represent themselves (…)? How do we, as researchers, then represent those varied and contested representations?” (2009, 4).  … Continuer la lecture de « The Transcultural Production Studies Project »

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