Senior Lecturer in Digital Cultures, King's College London
Dr Sarah Atkinson is Senior Lecturer in Digital Cultures at King's College, London. Her research work is focused upon new models of audience engagements in digital storytelling, industrial filmmaking process, evolving models of labour in transmedia production, and digital archiving. She deploys both practice-based and empirical methodologies in her research and teaching.
Sarah's recent monograph Beyond the Screen: Emerging Cinema and Engaging Audiences presents an expanded conceptualisation of cinema, one which encompasses the ways film can be experienced beyond the auditorium by a digitally networked society. The book includes considerations of mobile, web, social media and live cinema through case studies of recent and near-future developments.
Sarah is currently the Principal Investigator on the AHRC-funded TRI-PACT Project.
Jul 02, 2020 15:47 pm UTC| Business
Pubs and cinemas may be opening in the UK, but the performing arts sector remains languishing under lockdown and live performance continues to be prohibited. The governments roadmap, published at the end of June, has...
Its a tough time for the global film industry, for which the pandemic represents a disruption of seismic proportions. All movie production spaces have been officially locked down and all talent whether in front of or...