Kinomatics: the industrial geometry of culture

The Kinomatics Project collects, explores, analyses and represents data about the creative industries. Our research is collaborative and interdisciplinary. Our current focus is on the spatial and temporal dimensions of international film flow and the location of Australian live music gigs.
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1.47 Million Euro Open Research Area Grant Awarded to Kinomatics Researchers

Professor Skadi Loist, Professor Deb Verhoeven, Professor Doris Ruth Eikhof , Professor Elizabeth Prommer and Dr Amanda Coles have been awarded a 1.47 million Euro Open Research Area Grant funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG; Germany), Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC; UK) and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC, Canada) to develop […]

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Streaming Wars: Exclusive content and platform competition in Latin America

Media streaming platforms, such as Amazon Prime Video, Claro Video or Netflix, are finding an increasing need to fight over new subscribers. The competition is extremely tight for online platforms, which forces them to differentiate themselves. One way to achieve this is by offering exclusive content, some of which the platforms even produce themselves. This […]

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Cultural Policy and Cultural Value: A Disconnect? Perspectives from Australia, the Netherlands and the UK

In addition to devastating the arts sector, COVID-19 has made it abundantly clear that Australia‚Äôs cultural policy has been long neglected. In place of a cohesive policy framework that recognises the complex ways that culture creates value beyond that which is economic, a patchwork of policy has arisen. Given the policy void and lack of […]