What Makes Danish TV Drama Travel? (FKK-project)

    Project Details


    TV drama series as cultural export, transnational production and reception

    The project investigates why and how Danish TV drama currently is travelling. Our hypothesis is that specific transformations and value creations are happening at all stages in the production system of Danish TV drama production, from the idea to the production, distribution and reception processes, respectively. The phenomenon calls for a theoretical rethinking of centre/periphery complexity within global TV, in particular cultural proximities, travelling style, production value and the role of small nations’ TV production. The project conducts empirical studies both of production (export, co-production, remakes) and reception (audience studies on three levels), by
    developing the Screen Idea System model to study the process of travelling TV drama series.

    Sammen med projektkoordinator Anne Marit Waade (AU), Jakob Isak Nielsen (AU), Pia Majbritt Jensen (AU), Eva Redvall (KU), Susanne Eichner (Potsdam), Ushma C. Jacobsen (AU) og Lynge Agger Gemzøe (AU).
    Effective start/end date01/09/201431/08/2018

    Collaborative partners

    • Aarhus University (Project partner)


    • Research project FKK, 2014-2018 What Makes Danish TV Drama Travel? http://danishtvdrama.au.dk : DKK6,096,578.00


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