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New MeCETES Publication: Transnational European Television Drama
We are very pleased to announce the publication of Transnational European Television Drama: Production, Genres and Audiences, the first monograph to come out of the three-year MeCETES project. This is the first in depth and comparative analysis of the bigger picture of European television drama in a transnational context across several European countries. Transnational European Television Drama:Production, Genres and Audiences The book deals with the role of television drama in Europe as enabler of ...
Special issue on Danish TV drama
o-THE-KILLING-facebook The latest volume of the Danish cinema journal Kosmorama a features a special issue on Danish TV drama with contributions from the MeCETES Copenhagen team. Eva Novrup Redvall edits the special issue, together with Jakob Ion Wille and Lynge Stegger Gemzøe, while Signe Sophus Lai and Cecilie Astrupgaard contribute an article on Danish audiences. Other contributors include Jakob Isak Nielsen, Anne Marit Waade and Jakob Ion Wille, Iben Albinus Sabroe, Audun Engelstad ...
MeCETES team participate in TV from Small Nations seminar
Hinterland1Main MeCETES team members Eva Novrup Redvall (University of Copenhagen) and Tim Raats (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) participated in a research seminar hosted by the University of South Wales in Cardiff on November 16, 2015. The ‘Television from Small Nations’ network is a multidisciplinary international research network that addresses specific challenges and opportunities facing broadcasters and producers in small markets.
New Book: European Cinema and Television: Cultural Policy and Everyday Life
European cinema and TV MeCETES team members have published a new book within the Palgrave European Film and Media Studies series. European Cinema and Television: Cultural Policy and Everyday Life offers comparative studies of the production, content, distribution and reception of fi lm and television drama in Europe. The collection, edited by Ib Bondebjerg, Eva Novrup Redvall and Andrew Higson,  brings together scholars from the humanities and social sciences to focus on how new ...
European Nordic Noir: Fortitude and The Team
Fortitude The crime series Fortitude and The Team point to a new faith in European cultural encounters and multilingual productions within television crime fiction, writes Eva Novrup Redvall. The recent interest in subtitled series among certain UK audiences and the popularity of Nordic Noir content such as Forbrydelsen/The Killing and Bron/The Bridge seems to have led to a new faith in European cultural encounters and multilingual productions within television crime fiction. In the ...
Copenhagen Team Debate European Cinema at Göteborg
Gotenberg The MeCETES Copenhagen team staged a discussion panel on European cinema as part of the Göteborg Film Festival on January 27, 2015. Participants included Marit Kapla, Head of Programming at Draken Film; directors Marta Dauliūtė and Elisabeth Marjanović Cronvall (Crises Document: A Survival Guide) and Teodora Ana Mihai(Waiting for August). The panelists were joined by Copenhagen team leader Ib Bondebjerg, while Eva Novrup Redvall acted as panel moderator. Drawing on the findings of the ...
Eva N. Redvall Speaks at TV Crime Drama Symposium
TV Drama in Denmark Eva Redvall Novrup delivered a keynote lecture at the Irish Television Crime Drama Symposium, Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dún Laoghaire, November 27-28, 2014. Drawing on her research into Danish screenwriting and television drama production, she examined what small nations could learn from the international success of Nordic Noir ...
MeCETES at ECREA 2014 in Lisbon
ECREA The Copenhagen and Brussels teams presented their latest research findings at the 2014 ECREA Conference in Lisbon, Portugal, November 12-15, 2014. Eva Novrup Redvall presented a paper, co-written with Ib Bondebjerg, on Nordic Noir influences on the British detective drama Midsomer Murders. Her paper, part of the ‘New Perspectives on TV drama series’ panel, focused on special 100th anniversary episode “The Killings of Copenhagen”, broadcast earlier this year, exploring ...
MeCETES End-of-Year Workshop
ostend workshop Members of the MeCETES Team, Academic Board and Associate Partners met in Oostende, Belgium, on March 17, 2014, for the MeCETES End-of-Year Workshop. The workshop, organised to coincide with the Oostende Film Festival, concludes the first year of the MeCETES project. Members of the MeCETES Team, Advisory Board and Non-academic Partners meet in Oostende for the MeCETES End-of-Year Workshop The workshop gave the three partner institutions the chance to discuss their ...
Danish TV Industry Urged to ‘Embrace Change’
TV festival 2014 c The annual TV festival in Denmark had sessions on ‘the sinking flagships’ and how to survive ‘the TV apocalypse’, but the overall headline for the event was how to ‘embrace change’. Eva Novrup Redvall reports. As argued by production studies scholars such as John Thornton Caldwell one can learn a lot from studying industry’s ‘deep texts’ and from observing how practitioners discuss their work lives and ...
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