Duncan Petrie
Duncan Petrie is professor of film and television in the Department of Theatre, Film and Television at the University of York. His books include Creativity and Constraint in the British Film Industry (Macmillan, 1991), The British Cinematographer (BFI, 1996), Screening Scotland (BFI, 2000), Contemporary Scottish Fictions (Edinburgh University Press, 2004), Shot in New Zealand: The Art and Craft of the Kiwi Cinematographer (Random House, 2007) and A Coming of Age: Thirty Years of New Zealand Film (Random House, 2008). Duncan’s interest in film schools was inspired by his experience running the Department of Film, Television and Media Studies at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, and since returning to the United Kingdom in 2009, this has developed in relation to his role in a new department with a strong emphasis on the education and training of creative practitioners. Keywords:  practice, theory, Skillset, training, education, film schools

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