Screen Talks

The aim of the Screen Talks project is to study the different areas and strategies of work applied to the current film field. Under this starting point, Screen Talks focuses its research on working with primary sources, whose results are translated into a collection of interviews with different professionals of recognized prestige in the audiovisual field; as well as the development of an online repository for consultation and dissemination of these same contents. The project also has a double pedagogical aspect derived from the collection procedures of the main study: on the one hand, the elaboration of interviews carried out by the Research Team and the students of the Degree in Audiovisual Communication of the Miguel Hernández University; and, on the other hand, the creation of material with the aim of disseminating it to the academic community, the professionals of the sector, and the rest of those interested in cinematography.

The aim of the Screen Talks project is to study the different areas and strategies of work applied to the current film field. Under this starting point, Screen Talks focuses its research on working with primary sources, whose results are translated into a collection of interviews with different professionals of recognized prestige in the audiovisual field; as well as the development of an online repository for consultation and dissemination of these same contents. The project also has a double pedagogical aspect derived from the collection procedures of the main study: on the one hand, the elaboration of interviews carried out by the Research Team and the students of the Degree in Audiovisual Communication of the Miguel Hernández University; and, on the other hand, the creation of material with the aim of disseminating it to the academic community, the professionals of the sector, and the rest of those interested in cinematography.

Important figures have collaborated in such studies and interviews as Mapa Pastor, editor of films such as Cell 211 (Daniel Monzón, 2009 and Goya Award for Best Editing), or El niño (Daniel Monzón, 2014); the director specialized in Fashion Films, Víctor Claramunt (Coca-Cola, Play Station, Sony Music, Adidas, etc. ); Camilo García, director and dubbing actor (voice of actors such as Gérard Depardieu, Gene Hackman, Anthony Hopkins, Harrison Ford, or Christopher Lee, among many others); or Raúl Rodríguez Romeo, electronic engineer and specialist in the design of digital special effects equipment who has worked on films such as Gravity (Alfonso Cuarón, 2013), Terminator 3 (Jonathan Mostow, 2003) and 300: The Origin of an Empire (Noam Murro, 2014); among others.

Important figures have collaborated in such studies and interviews as Mapa Pastor, editor of films such as Cell 211 (Daniel Monzón, 2009 and Goya Award for Best Editing), or El niño (Daniel Monzón, 2014); the director specialized in Fashion Films, Víctor Claramunt (Coca-Cola, Play Station, Sony Music, Adidas, etc. ); Camilo García, director and dubbing actor (voice of actors such as Gérard Depardieu, Gene Hackman, Anthony Hopkins, Harrison Ford, or Christopher Lee, among many others); or Raúl Rodríguez Romeo, electronic engineer and specialist in the design of digital special effects equipment who has worked on films such as Gravity (Alfonso Cuarón, 2013), Terminator 3 (Jonathan Mostow, 2003) and 300: The Origin of an Empire (Noam Murro, 2014); among others.