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College of Arts Industry Day 2015

Where better to connect with the College of Arts than Industry Day 2015? On Friday 5 June we want to show you the very best of our partnerships to inspire new projects for the future. You can hear from some of our key collaborators throughout the day, including Alan Leslie (Northlight Heritage), John Hume (RCAHMS) […]

GRAMNet and Using Film for Knowledge Exchange and Public Engagement

Glasgow Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network has found using film as a recording, researching and sharing device to be of considerable value during its four years of existence. There have now been more film projects than we can count and researchers in the network have developed increasingly sophisticated and ethical understandings of the uses of […]

Through the medium of video: What Film, Broadcasting & Online content mean to me

The relationship between film, broadcasting and the internet is the main focus of my academic research. I research the multiplatform strategies of broadcasters like BBC and Channel 4 and the ways in which they create connected viewing experiences around their programmes as well as across devices and platforms, for example around live events like Wimbledon, […]

From Page to Screen: Selling the film rights to ‘The Boy Who Could See Demons’

I am a poet and novelist published in 22 languages – I’m also Lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow. In 2014, the film rights to my second novel, The Boy Who Could see Demons, were optioned by Hollywood film producer Sebastian Dungan. Almost exactly at the same time, I received news that […]

A Dramatic History: Film and Broadcasting in the University collections.

From the Archives: the early history of Dramatic Studies and the inventor of the television The subjects of Film and Television studies within the School of Culture and Creative Arts at the University of Glasgow began life as the teaching of Dramatic Studies. A Certificate in Dramatic Studies and a Diploma in Dramatic Studies were instituted […]