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Exam Prep

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Matthew Sini

on 25 May 2016

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Transcript of Exam Prep

Background
How would you describe the phenomenon? Find a way to introduce it and why it might be interesting and worthy of exploration.
Another research question example:
Australian film industry funding
How have past and current funding arrangements influenced Australian film making practice?

What impact does the international film festival circuit have on distribution of Australian films overseas.

How effective is "star power" in attracting funding and contributing to an Australian film's success?
Condensed mock-up example
Research Questions
What kinds of questions might you ask about these images?
Do those questions concern research into...
...the audience
...the industry
...the text
...or some combination?

What makes a good research question?
Manageable
Exam Prep
Builds on previous research
Can be easily synced with a theoretical framework
contributes something new
open enough to allow for multiple possible answers
Yet focused enough to sort through all that knowledge
TITLE
: The effectiveness of celebrity in attracting funding for Australian films.
BACKGROUND
: Many recent Australian films have cast internationally successful actors in leading roles. It appears to be a growing trend that may play some role in determining production, distribution and reception of Australian film.
METHOD
: Using a political economy approach, I will examine Screen Australia's institutional frameworks, specifically its policies and practices relating to international co-productions that feature at least one well-known non-Australian star. I will also conduct a series of surveys and audience research in order to explore the reception of such international casting and its corresponding influence on box office sales.

(also explain why your method is best suited to this topic)
AIMS
: This project will guided by 3 key research questions: How have past and current funding arrangements influenced Australian film making practice?
What impact does the international film festival circuit have on distribution of Australian films overseas.
How effective is "star power" in attracting funding and contributing to an Australian film's success?
LIT REVIEW:
What are some of the different studies on this topic or on similar issues? Use the required readings
and text book to find examples. What did they say about the questions you would like answered?
THEORETICAL FRAME:
The nature of this project will require use of a political economy framework, supplemented by audience research. Etc etc. Explain the theories a bit.
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