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Sex Sounds: On Aural Explicitness in Call Me by Your Name

Book Chapter
Artt, S. (in press)
Sex Sounds: On Aural Explicitness in Call Me by Your Name. In E. Lamberti, & M. Williams (Eds.), Call Me By Your Name: Perspectives on the Film. Bristol: Intellect

Quiet Pictures: Women and Silence in Contemporary British and French Cinema

Book
Artt, S. (in press)
Quiet Pictures: Women and Silence in Contemporary British and French Cinema. London: Bloomsbury Publishing
Quiet Pictures approaches the films of Joanna Hogg, Lynne Ramsay, Céline Sciamma, and Lucile Hadžhalilovicthrough the lens of silence as a motif and texture. This book takes ...

Sound Dramaturgy for Poetic Documentaries

Journal Article
Stutterheim, K. (2023)
Sound Dramaturgy for Poetic Documentaries. International Journal of Film and Media Arts, 8(3), 59-73. https://doi.org/10.24140/ijfma.v8.n3.04
Sound dramaturgy as part of the aesthetic design of documentary films is invisible but most relevant, although often overlooked. The chapter gives a short introduction to dram...

Filling archival gaps through academic-industry collaborations

Presentation / Conference
Correia, N. (2023, November)
Filling archival gaps through academic-industry collaborations. Poster presented at AMIA 2023: the Annual Conference of the Association of Moving Image Archivists, Tulsa, USA
This poster outlines key points of the Film Bang research project on the history of the Scottish film and television sector. The project is an ongoing academic-industry collab...

Jurassic Plants: The Botanical Worlds of Spielberg’s Jurassic Park (1993)

Journal Article
Alder, E. (in press)
Jurassic Plants: The Botanical Worlds of Spielberg’s Jurassic Park (1993). Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment, https://doi.org/10.1093/isle/isad075

Filmmaking practice-as-research: a case study in pursuit of subtext through AI generated dialogue

Presentation / Conference
Gray, P. (2023, September)
Filmmaking practice-as-research: a case study in pursuit of subtext through AI generated dialogue. Paper presented at MeCCSA 2023, Glasgow
Practice led research in filmmaking and screenwriting that explores the potential for creating meaningful dialogue with subtext, through the use of AI chat bots. The presenta...

The role of early Channel 4 commissions in the development of the freelance film and television workforce in Scotland

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Correia, N. (2022)
The role of early Channel 4 commissions in the development of the freelance film and television workforce in Scotland. [Online magazine]. London
The launch of Channel 4 in 1982 coincided with a period of fundamental change in the Scottish film and television sector. Prior to that, local production activity in Scotland ...

Channel 4 - then and now - the view from Scotland: the evolution of the Channel’s relationship with the Scottish production sector

Presentation / Conference
Scott, A., & Correia, N. (2022, September)
Channel 4 - then and now - the view from Scotland: the evolution of the Channel’s relationship with the Scottish production sector. Paper presented at Channel 4: Then and Now, BFI Southbank, London
This paper examines the historic relationship between Channel 4 and the Scottish independent production sector over four decades and investigate how the opportunities and supp...

Production of Bureaucracy/Bureaucracies of Production: Understanding formal organisation on and off screen

Presentation / Conference
Maclean, G. (2022, June)
Production of Bureaucracy/Bureaucracies of Production: Understanding formal organisation on and off screen. Paper presented at Critical Studies in Television Slow Conference, Edge Hill University [online]
The post-2016 conjuncture can be viewed in terms of an anti-bureaucratic romanticism in parts of the Global North (Lopdrup-Hjorth and Du Gay, 2020). The votes for Brexit in th...

Step on Me Charlotte Rampling or on Arrakis No One Can Hear You Orgasm

Presentation / Conference
Artt, S. (2022, June)
Step on Me Charlotte Rampling or on Arrakis No One Can Hear You Orgasm. Paper presented at Association of Adaptation Studies annual conference, University of Lisbon, Portugal
In Dune (Denis Villeneuve, 2021), the much-anticipated adaptation of the Frank Herbert series, Charlotte Rampling briefly appears as Mother Helen Mohiam, high priestess of the...
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PhD Blogging for Beginners: A Bootcamp of Multimedia Content Production to Increase Your Research Impact

2023 - 2024
The project consists in the organisation and delivery of a one-day workshop on research impact aimed at PhD students from arts and humanities subjects across Scottish universities. The idea is to teac...
Value: £1,355

Dance of the Seasons

2023 - 2024
Dance of the Seasons is a collaborative, inter-disciplinary artistic research project that explores how two very different art forms – dance and film – could be engaged in a creative dialogue with eac...
Funder: Royal Society of Edinburgh | Value: £10,000

Dynamic Range: Immersive Screenwriting for Sound

2022 - 2022
This is a successful bid for a Small Research Grant with Creative Informatics at Edinburgh Napier and Edinburgh University. The proposal is to explore the dramatic potential of Augmented Reality and D...
Funder: Arts & Humanities Research Council | Value: £5,000

Film Bang community of practice

2021 - 2025
This project will investigate how the Scottish screen sector first coalesced, and then operated, as a‘community of practice’. It will develop new knowledge about interconnections between Scottish prof...
Funder: Scottish Funding Council | Value: £54,559

Representation of South Asian women in Scottish Cinema

2021 - 2024
I will investigate how South Asian women have been represented in Scottish films. And through a practice-based autoethnographic exploration of image and sound, I will offer possibilities for complex c...
Funder: Royal Society of Edinburgh | Value: £7,010

Film Bang 1976-2020 – resilience and sustainability for freelance careers in the screen industries

2020 - 2021
This project will identify ways to support progression, resilience and sustainability for freelance careers in the screen industries. The project will investigate the data contained in the Film Bang d...
Funder: Arts & Humanities Research Council | Value: £35,266

Pacific Community Filmmaking Consortium for Gender and Public Engagement

2020 - 2021
Gender inequality in the Pacific is a serious challenge and a sensitive issue - requiring a culturally appropriate and joined up development approach to support and drive the necessary social changes....
Funder: Arts & Humanities Research Council | Value: £93,888

Scotland Futures Forum Film

2018 - 2019
The "Our Future Scotland" Film has been commissioned by the Scotland Future's Forum at the Scottish Parliament. The film will be showcased at the Parliament on 16th May 2018 and form the basis of an ...
Funder: Royal Society of Edinburgh | Value: £1,500

ENSEMBLE Performing Together Apart: Enhancing Immersive Multi-Location Co-Performance in Real Time

2018 - 2018
The feeling of being immersed within a live performance by an ensemble of world class musicians can be a deeply engaging and highly valued cultural experience for audiences as well as for the performe...
Funder: Arts & Humanities Research Council | Value: £58,268

A Disappearing Hebridean Story

2016 - 2018
This proposal is for funding to interview the surviving islanders from Scarp in Gaelic and English, collect existing archival documents and recordings and produce a practice/research documentary film ...
Funder: Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland | Value: £6,500

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Adaptive video game sound based on inherent skill level utilising selective attention

2022 - 2025
In video games, selective attention can be utilised to increase a player’s engagement by adapting the sound design ...
Mr. Ethan Robson | Director of Studies: Dr Iain McGregor | Second Supervisor: Dr Balandino Di Donato

Improving presence through selective attention and psycho-acoustic led auditory feedback for multi-user virtual reality application

2022 - date
Steven McSeveney | Director of Studies: Prof Kenny Mitchell | Second Supervisor: Dr Babis Koniaris

An adaptive mixing framework for a personalised listening experience.

2021 - date
Ahmed Shalabi | Director of Studies: Dr Iain McGregor | Second Supervisor: Dr Linda Shore

Getting stuck and getting help: How children access support when using technology

2015 - date
Ms Fiona Stewart | Director of Studies: Dr Tom Flint | Second Supervisor: Dr Gemma Webster

Heritage interpretation challenges and management issues at film-induced tourism heritage attractions: case studies of Rosslyn Chapel and Alnwick Castle

2011 - 2015
Although previous research has widely acknowledg...
Dr Justyna Bakiewicz | Director of Studies: Prof Anna Leask | Second Supervisor: Prof Paul Barron

Digital gardens with real toads: in what ways have heritage and digital practices fused to form hybrid methods in moving image design?

2011 - 2013
This thesis is a critical examination of my own creative practice ...
Dr Iain Macdonald | Director of Studies: Prof Chris Atton

Complex pleasures: designing optional interactions for public spaces

2008 - 2017
This research will investigate the nature of interactions between people and experience-oriented technologies such as new-media artw...
Dr Ingi Helgason | Director of Studies: Dr Michael Smyth

William Hope Hodgson's borderlands: monstrosity, other worlds, and the future at the fin de siecle

2003 - 2009
Dr Emily Alder | Director of Studies: Prof Linda Dryden | Second Supervisor: Sara Wasson

1994 - 1997
Prof Kenny Mitchell | Director of Studies: Prof Jessie Kennedy | Second Supervisor: Peter Barclay

Soundscape mapping: comparing listening experiences

0 - 2011
The perceived auditory environment is an increasingly important part of people’s everyday interactive experiences. While sound design is an establish...
Dr Iain McGregor | Director of Studies: Prof David Benyon | Second Supervisor: Dr Phil Turner

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