Digital companies have invested the film industry by imposing their economic models. Meanwhile, a less disruptive “Art and Science” model of innovation has also emerged, with balanced relations with the players in place. These new technical intermediaries in the cinema are empowering themselves around skills and innovation platforms affecting all segments of the industry.Continue reading ““IN THE MOOD FOR TECHNOLOGY?”: DIGITAL AND CINEMA”
By Elisa Salvador, Trilce Navarrete and Andrej Srakar
We end this academic year of EconomistsTalkArt.org posts with description of a new call for book chapters, related to the prevailing topic of the moment, the COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences for creative industries. The Routledge monograph with accepted contributions will be published in 2021 and edited by three editors of this blog, Elisa Salvador, Trilce Navarrete and Andrej Srakar.
By Jen Snowball, Alan Collins and Delon Tarentaal
The Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs) have been hailed as offering great potential to create jobs and to be socially inclusive. This study investigates to what extent the CCIs in South Africa are moving towards more inclusive and racially diverse patterns in their ownership and employment profiles. Using a survey of 2400 randomly selected CCIs, it compares ownership and employment patterns across the six UNESCO Cultural Domains to determine their contribution to black economic empowerment (transformation) within the various domains.