by: Marnie R. Binfield and Jean A. Lauer / FLOW Staff
A Supplement to The Velvet Light Trap issue on Authorship: An interview with student filmmakers and screenwriters who also teach filmmaking at the University of Texas.
by: Jennifer Warren / Independent Scholar
Internationally acclaimed dance troupe Capacitor uses video to add texture and depth to performances.
by: Yvonne Tasker / University of East Anglia
What revelations does Family Forensics uncover?
by: Tim Anderson / Denison University
New gaming systems are acting as sites of hyper-convergence for media. But is media convergence all that “new”? Should we be reconsidering the “new” in “new media”?
by: Megan Mullen / University of Wisconsin-Parkside
A new aggressive commercialization in TV programming is in tune to a new multiple-technology and multiple-platform entertainment that most in the electronic entertainment industries believe is the wave of the future.
by: Craig Jacobsen / Mesa Community College
The mimicking of commercial promotional forms to hawk fictional wares has become a potent tool for the creation of verisimilitude in entertainment.
by: Shanti Kumar / University of Texas at Austin
In the world of 24-hour cable news, Fox News has emerged as the dominant channel by redefining journalistic “objectivity” as only a path toward a greater goal.
by: Melissa Crawley / Lingnan University, Hong Kong
CSI makes it look so easy.