Tag Archives: research

Erik Knudsen starts at Bournemouth University

I’m very pleased to be starting today as Professor of Visual and Digital Culture at Bournemouth University’s Media School. I have long had an interest in the activities and developments taking place in the Media School at Bournemouth University and when the opportunity arose to join the team there, I took it. For me, this […]

Content Malaysia Conference 2014 in Kuala Lumpur

It was great to be able to contribute to the Content Malaysia Conference 2014 held in Kuala Lumpur last week. I was invited by acting Director General of FINAS (the Malaysian Film Development Corporation), Dr Megat Al-Imran Yasin, who asked me to give two talks: one on the relationship between higher education research and the […]

Location! Location! Location!

So far I have mapped out the entire story of The Raven On The Jetty in 50 key scenes and have started writing the detailed screenplay. There are few things I enjoy more about the process of writing the screenplay than visiting potential locations. That, and when I have cast the people to play the […]

What’s In A Name? The Raven On The Jetty

Titles are one of the things I find most difficult. I either have one that comes straight into my mind before I start work on a project, and it’s just right, or I struggle… As it happens, my original working title for the new film project I’m working on was The Day Thomas Learned To […]

Imagining Facts

I was in London the other day doing research for my next film. Research for me means speaking to people, listening to their stories and digesting what they are going through and also, critically, imagining. I’m doing some preliminary work on a new film project with the working title of Flight.¬†Flight is a feature length […]