Digitisation and Face-to-Face Interactions: the Example of the Film Industry in London

By Galina Gornostaeva and Andy Pratt.

Published by The Technology Collection

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Digitalisation of the film and television industry influences the interaction and knowledge obtaining practices and finally its geography. The role of face-to-face interactions is analysed considering opinions of London producers.

Keywords: Digitisation, London, Film industry, Face-to-face interaction

International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.101-108. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.098MB).

Dr Galina Gornostaeva

Dr Galina Gornostaeva is an associate research fellow in the Department of Geography at LSE. She participated in several research projects including ESRC funded project on production chains in film and television industry, the INTERREG IIC funded project GEMACA II on functional urban regions in Europe, etc. Taught the course 'Information Technology and Society' at the University of Greenwich.

Andy Pratt

Dr Andy C Pratt is a reader in human geography in the Department of Geography at LSE. His research concentrates international organisational changes in the cultural industries, and urbanisation.


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