Kerstin’s lines of research include forms of representation through and within media and film. This includes Anti-Semitism within media; gender studies and media; film aesthetics; documentary and media history – in particular, independent and world cinema; TV series, and all forms of storytelling or character design. Kerstin is also an internationally recognised filmmaker and is… Read more »
Film, TV and Media Production
Helen is a professional scriptwriter who has developed numerous film and TV projects in the UK and internationally. She is a renowned story consultant and part-time lecturer, internationally recognised as an expert on screenwriting and gender, and author of the first-ever book on writing female characters for the screen: The Woman in the Story. Helen has been interviewed… Read more »
Prior to his academic career, Trevor was a television cameraman, director, producer and executive producer working for ITV, BBC and Channel 4 from 1980 to 2000. He has worked on a wide range of factual, entertainment and drama programmes from Harry Secombe’s Highway to ITV’s true-crime drama series Crimestory. Trevor has spoken on producing television drama and making… Read more »
Annie’s background is in broadcast television drama where she has been location manager, assistant director and production manager. Credits include various costume dramas, EastEnders, Holby City and Casualty. Annie also runs her own company, Kids Camera Action! – a film school for kids. This has taken her into schools, running workshops on production and storytelling, special effects… Read more »
Mathew is an award-winning documentary maker and multimedia storyteller. He has experience in conflict journalism and reportage. He’s a former correspondent for the BBC and has also worked for CNN, AFP and Euronews. Mathew has made regular appearances about his documentaries on mainstream media across Europe and in Latin America.
Mark Bond is the Programme Leader for MA Cinematography for Film and Television at Bournemouth University. His professional industry experience informs his research and teaching across undergraduate and postgraduate media production programmes. Mark joined BU in 2010 after a successful career as a Director of Photography with over 20 years’ freelance experience, including documentary, comedy,… Read more »
Nick has 35 years of professional experience in TV, including as Studio Manager in BBC Radio and Assistant Producer and Producer for BBC TV, and 25 years as a freelance Producer/Director on shows such as Antiques Roadshow, Top Gear, Gardeners’ World, Location, Location, Location, and dramas such as Doctors. He also has experience of multi-camera studio work, location… Read more »