- The work of individuals from communities underrepresented in the screen-music and screen-sound industries (e.g. women, people of colour, LGBTQ+ people).
- The work of individuals in less visible screen-music and screen-sound production roles (e.g. arrangers, orchestrators, music supervisors, foley artists, location sound recordists) – and the creative duties and contributions of those roles more broadly.
- Industrial and critical processes of marginalization (e.g. in hiring and marketing).
The conference will conclude with a panel of industry figures, who will discuss the nature of their work, the paths of their careers, and their perceptions of issues of diversity and recognition in the industry.
We expect the full registration fee for the conference (including lunch and refreshments) to be £20. Reduced rates will be available to students/unwaged and BAFTSS members.
- Dr Lindsay Carter (University of Bristol)
- Dr Rhys Davies (Royal Holloway)
- Dr Jonathan Godsall (Royal Holloway)
- British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies (BAFTSS)
- Humanities and Arts Research Institute (HARI), Royal Holloway, University of London
- School of Performing and Digital Arts, Royal Holloway, University of London