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*International Journal of Creative Media Research*
*Issue 2 Published*

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Welcome to the second issue of the *International Journal of Creative Media
Research*, Bath Spa University's interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed and open
access journal devoted to pushing forward the approaches to and
possibilities for publishing creative and practice-based research. Since
launching our inaugural issue back in March, we have been delighted to see
and hear such a positive response to the journal across the academic

Issue 2 showcases a wide range of practice-based research, with topics
spanning photo-collage in Media Studies pedagogy, documentary as research
method, affective cinema, creative approaches to environmental
communication, handmade animation art-practices, illustration-based digital
archiving, transmedia and gender-based scriptwriting, and Hollywood reboot
practices. Issue 2 also showcases the 2019 winners of our MediaWall Award -
our annual award in creative media research - and our Student Award, a
prize awarded each year to one truly exceptional Film or Media
undergraduate student at Bath Spa University.

Enjoy the content, and please share widely.


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*Contemplative Photo-Collage in Media Studies Pedagogy
*- Kevin Healey (University of New Hampshire)*

*Affordances (and Potential Pitfalls) of Documentary as Research: The
Creative Process of Australian Screenwriter Jan Sardi
*- Mark Poole (RMIT University, Melbourne)*

*Affective Cinema: Experimenting with Feelings of Meaning
*- Pavel Prokopic (University of Westminster)*

*A Crisis Discipline: Broadening Understanding of Environmental
Communication Through Theory and Practice
*- Sara Penrhyn Jones (Bath Spa University)*

*Not (a) Part: Handmade Animation, Materialism, and the Photogram Film
*- Vicky Smith (University for the Creative Arts)*

*How Do You Write for What the Camera Can’t Do?: Animation, Scriptwriting,
and Transmedia Storytelling
*- Brian Fagence (University of South Wales)*

*Victorian Illustrated Shakespeare Archive: Digital Archive as Critical
*- John Michael Goodman (Cardiff University)*

*The Femme Fatale and the Female Screenwriter: Disrupting the Stereotype
*- Katherine Chediak Putnam (Griffiths University, Queensland)*

*Characterising Generational Reboot Strategies: Contemporary Hollywood,
Transmedia Culture, and Spider-Man
*- Bethany Wakefield (Bath Spa University)*

We are now taking submissions for Issue 3. Please consult our Author
Guidelines <> page
for further information. Contact details can be found here

*Dr Matthew Freeman, FHEA*
*Reader in Multiplatform Media*
*Unit of Assessment Leader, **Communication, Cultural and Media Studies*
*Deputy Director, The Centre for Cultural and Creative Industries
*Co-Director, The Centre for Media Research
*Film and Media Subject Lead**, SWW AHRC DTP <>*

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