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Fleapit, Charlotte Crofts

flea·pit n. Chiefly British Slang.  A cheap or squalid theatre. flea cir·cus n. A miniature novelty show of performing fleas. Roll up, roll up for the Digital Fleapit.  The cinema that can travel.  Small enough to fit in a suitcase, this interactive

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Fleapit, Charlotte Crofts

flea·pit n. Chiefly British Slang.  A cheap or squalid theatre. flea cir·cus n. A miniature novelty show of performing fleas. Roll up, roll up for the Digital Fleapit.  The cinema that can travel.  Small enough to fit in a suitcase, this interactive

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Pop-up Fleapit, Charlotte Crofts

The Pop-up Fleapit was exhibited as part of Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival, Sept6ember 2013.  A collaboration between UWE’s Charlotte Crofts and Tarim (Media Playgrounds), whose previous collaboration, Projection Hero, is on permenat display at the Curzon Communicty Cinema,

Pop-up Fleapit, Charlotte Crofts

The Pop-up Fleapit was exhibited as part of Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival, Sept6ember 2013.  A collaboration between UWE’s Charlotte Crofts and Tarim (Media Playgrounds), whose previous collaboration, Projection Hero, is on permenat display at the Curzon Communicty Cinema,

Lost Cinemas of Castle Park App, Charlotte Crofts

The Lost Cinemas of Castle Park App celebrates over 100-years of cinema-going in Bristol City Centre. The app is a locative audio tour that features 17 cinemas in and around Castle Park. Download the app here. The Lost Cinemas of Castle Park app

Lost Cinemas of Castle Park App, Charlotte Crofts

The Lost Cinemas of Castle Park App celebrates over 100-years of cinema-going in Bristol City Centre. The app is a locative audio tour that features 17 cinemas in and around Castle Park. Download the app here. The Lost Cinemas of Castle Park app

Projection Hero, Charlotte Crofts

Projection Hero is an “internet of things” interactive installation that comprises a miniature cinema which you can manipulate from your smartphone – you are situated as the projectionist of this tiny flea-pit, looking into the auditorium through the projection booth

Projection Hero, Charlotte Crofts

Projection Hero is an “internet of things” interactive installation that comprises a miniature cinema which you can manipulate from your smartphone – you are situated as the projectionist of this tiny flea-pit, looking into the auditorium through the projection booth

City Strata: the Cinemapping App, Charlotte Crofts

City Strata is a mobile platform which enables users to explore different layers of Bristol’s heritage, going back to the first maps of the city in 1750. The platform will enable developers to author location based experiences which include user

City Strata: the Cinemapping App, Charlotte Crofts

City Strata is a mobile platform which enables users to explore different layers of Bristol’s heritage, going back to the first maps of the city in 1750. The platform will enable developers to author location based experiences which include user

The Curzon Memories App, Charlotte Crofts

The Curzon Memories App is a mobile phone application which provides a tour of the inside and outside of the Curzon Community Cinema, Clevedon (UK) triggering dramatisations and oral memories about the history of the building in the exact locations where

The Curzon Memories App, Charlotte Crofts

The Curzon Memories App is a mobile phone application which provides a tour of the inside and outside of the Curzon Community Cinema, Clevedon (UK) triggering dramatisations and oral memories about the history of the building in the exact locations where

The Rooms

The ROOMS was a festival held in November 2015 to share the work created by many of REACT’s partners. REACT was a collaboration between the University of the West of England, Watershed, and the Universities of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter. It was

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The Rooms

The ROOMS was a festival held in November 2015 to share the work created by many of REACT’s partners. REACT was a collaboration between the University of the West of England, Watershed, and the Universities of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter. It was

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Screenworks has a new website!

Screenworks is a peer-reviewed online publication of screen media practice research, edited by Charlotte Crofts and Associate Editor, Steve Presence in association with the Journal of Media Practice (Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group). We’ve just migrated to a new website and

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Screenworks has a new website!

Screenworks is a peer-reviewed online publication of screen media practice research, edited by Charlotte Crofts and Associate Editor, Steve Presence in association with the Journal of Media Practice (Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group). We’ve just migrated to a new website and

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Refresh: Reinvigorating Film and Media Teaching in the Digital Age

Refresh was a one-day symposium organised by Dr Charlotte Crofts (Film Studies) with funding from the Factuly of Arts, Creative Industries and Education (ACE) Widening Participation and support from the Digital Cultures Research Centre. The event sought to bring together

Refresh: Reinvigorating Film and Media Teaching in the Digital Age

Refresh was a one-day symposium organised by Dr Charlotte Crofts (Film Studies) with funding from the Factuly of Arts, Creative Industries and Education (ACE) Widening Participation and support from the Digital Cultures Research Centre. The event sought to bring together

CMRG Pecha Kucha

CMRG held their first Pecha Kucha at the Bower Ashton Campus, University of the West of England on 7 November 2012. Speaking (not in order of appearance): Jez Nemeth, David Neal, Charlotte Crofts, Michelle Henning, Judith Aston, Alistair Oldham, Bambo Soyinka, Tom Abba, Gary Embury 20 seconds, 20 slides,

CMRG Pecha Kucha

CMRG held their first Pecha Kucha at the Bower Ashton Campus, University of the West of England on 7 November 2012. Speaking (not in order of appearance): Jez Nemeth, David Neal, Charlotte Crofts, Michelle Henning, Judith Aston, Alistair Oldham, Bambo Soyinka, Tom Abba, Gary Embury 20 seconds, 20 slides,

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Events

The Creative Media Research Group holds a series of seminar talks (convened by Alistair Oldham), with a mix of internal and external speakers and members are regularly involved with organising and contributing to symposia and exhibitions on related themes. Previous

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The Creative Media Research Group holds a series of seminar talks (convened by Alistair Oldham), with a mix of internal and external speakers and members are regularly involved with organising and contributing to symposia and exhibitions on related themes. Previous

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Members of the Creative Media Research group come from diverse creative backgrounds and span the departments of Creative Industries and Arts, at the University of the West of England. The CMRG overlaps Venn-diagram-like with other research groupings and clusters such

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Members

Members of the Creative Media Research group come from diverse creative backgrounds and span the departments of Creative Industries and Arts, at the University of the West of England. The CMRG overlaps Venn-diagram-like with other research groupings and clusters such

Postdigital Encounters, Journal of Media Practice Symposium 2011

‘Postdigital Encounters: Creativity and Improvisation’ Symposium was convened by Charlotte Crofts on behalf of the Journal of Media Practice, the Digital Cultures Research Centre and the Creative Media Research Group.   Media production and media education have been transformed by

Postdigital Encounters, Journal of Media Practice Symposium 2011

‘Postdigital Encounters: Creativity and Improvisation’ Symposium was convened by Charlotte Crofts on behalf of the Journal of Media Practice, the Digital Cultures Research Centre and the Creative Media Research Group.   Media production and media education have been transformed by

Journal of Media Practice

Members of CMRG Charlotte Crofts and Judith Aston are on the editorial board of The Journal of Media Practice, published by Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group). Journal of Media Practice is a peer-reviewed publication addressing innovations in media practice and media practice

Journal of Media Practice

Members of CMRG Charlotte Crofts and Judith Aston are on the editorial board of The Journal of Media Practice, published by Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group). Journal of Media Practice is a peer-reviewed publication addressing innovations in media practice and media practice