Technological change in the postproduction film industry a Victorian case study

Murray, Virginia 2004, Technological change in the postproduction film industry a Victorian case study, Metro magazine, no. 141, Spring, pp. 93-96.

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Title Technological change in the postproduction film industry a Victorian case study
Author(s) Murray, Virginia
Journal name Metro magazine
Issue number 141
Season Spring
Start page 93
End page 96
Publisher Australian Teachers of Media
Place of publication Melbourne, Vic.
Publication date 2004
ISSN 0312-2654
Keyword(s) technological change
employment and technological change
film industry
workforce
Victoria
Summary The first and last stages of filmmaking production and projection remain relatively unchanged, but computerization (through digitalization) has radically transformed film and sound editing. The aim here is to examine some of the effects of this transformation on postproduction employment. The experiences of twenty Victorian postproduction workers, interviewed in 2001, provide the data presented here. The interviewees were divided into groups to reflect their life stage and time working in postproduction.
Language eng
Field of Research 190204 Film and Television
HERDC Research category M Media article
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30015301

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: School of Communication and Creative Arts
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