Routledge studies in media and cultural industries.
"This volume explores and interrogates the shifts and changes in both government and industry-based screen policies over the past 30 years. It covers a diverse range of film industries from different parts of the world, along with the interrelationship between different localities, policy regimes and technologies/media. Featuring in-depth case studies and interviews with practitioners and policy-makers, this book provides a timely overview of government and industry's responses to the changing landscape of the production, distribution, and consumption of screen media."--Provided by publisher.
Formatted Contents Note
chapter Introduction part PART I The Traditional Film Policy Paradigm chapter 1 'France needs to position itself on the global media map, as a cultural reference and a production centre' chapter 2 A Fragile Industry: Government Policy and Dubbing in Quebec chapter 3 Monitored Relations: The US Film Industry, Chinese Film Policy and Soft Power / DERON OV ER PEC K chapter 4 Cool Japan and Heated Politics: Japanese Film and Media Policies within the Economic Politics of Global Markets chapter 5 'Sophisticated Cyber Terrorists': The Film Industry, Rhetoric and National Security chapter 6 National Film Policies: Discourses and Loopholes part PART II: The Film Policy Power Struggle chapter 7 'Qualied Personalities': Sociology of the French 'Media Government' from Cinema to the Digital Era chapter 8 Informal Collaborations and Formal Agreements: Chinese-Korean Film Encounters chapter 9 'The Petrol in Our Tank': Public-Private Collaboration in Indian State Animation, Visual Effects, Gaming and Comics (aVGC) Policy chapter 10 'Unionisation of visual effects is inevitable' chapter 11 Tiptoeing the Red Line: PureMovies and Censorship in China chapter 12 Bridging the Gap: Towards a Dialogue between Screen Production, Policy and Scholarship JULIAHAMM ET T-JA M A RT part PART III The Film Policy Tangle chapter 13 The Ibermedia Programme: How Supra-National Policy Developed the Ibero-American Audiovisual Space chapter 14 Towards a New Film Policy Map in Argentina chapter 15 'I have to make a round of every country's funding systems' chapter 16 Cross-Border Collaboration: Subnational Film Policies and Cultural Frameworks in Belgium and France chapter 17 Between YU and the EU: The Europeanisation of the Serbian Film Policies chapter 18 Reconciling Economic and Cultural Goals in Film Policy: Propositions from Europe part PART IV: (Re)Inventing the Film Policy Paradigm chapter 19 Talking to Netix with a Canadian Accent: On Digital Platforms and National Media Policies chapter 20 One Script, Several Films: Public Policies and the Digitisation of Movie Theatres in the United States, / France and Quebec chapter 21 Unwilling and Powerless: Facing Illegal Distribution and Exhibition in Chad chapter 22 From Film Policy to Creative Screen Policies: Media Convergence and Film Policy Trends in Flanders chapter 23 South African Post-Apartheid Film Policy: Shifting Discourses on Film, National Identity and Cultural/ Creative Industries chapter 24 The Vertical Axis of Film Policies in Europe: Between Subsidiarity and Local Anarchy chapter 25 The Film Code 'will promote the development of the lm industry and make Togolese cinema visible and competitive internationally' ANINT ERV I EW WITH KOM I AT I chapter 26 Films ex-nihilo: Abu Dhabi's Greenelds Film and Media Policy Model NOLW ENNMI NGA N T.