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NYHEDSBREV #15 / NEWSLETTER #15

SYV NYE ARTIKLER OM DANSK TV–DRAMA I KOSMORAMA #263

Så er der ny forskning om dansk tv-drama. For hvordan blev Sarah Lunds sweater et større internationalt brand end Lurpak? Det – og meget andet – arbejder et dansk forskerhold på at kortlægge i forskningsprojektet med overskriften ’What makes Danish TV Drama Series Travel?'. Også det internationale forskningsprojekt ’Mediating Cultural Encounters through European Screens’ borer i dansk tv-drama. Intro-artiklen og de seks artikler i dette temanummer af Kosmorama er blevet til i samarbejde med forskerne bag de to projekter.

Artiklerne er på engelsk, bortset fra Seernes favoritserier – genrer, narrativer og kulturmøder, som er på dansk.
Danish Television Drama: Production, Texts, Audiences
Eva N. Redvall, Jakob Ion Wille og Lynge Stegger Gemzøe er medredaktører. Sammen introducerer de forskningsfeltet og de øvrige bidrag i åbningsartiklen:
 

DANISH TELEVISION DRAMA: PRODUCTION, TEXTS, AUDIENCES

Vi måtte passe på - om selvcensur i Nordisk Film
Om den store tv-succes nu er så dansk som Lurpak, eller måske snarere amerikansk som Donald Trump, er emnet for Jakob Isak Nielsens artikel:


THE DANISH WAY TO DO IT THE AMERICAN WAY


 

Production Design and Location in the Danish Television Drama Series Arvingerne
Dernæst ser Anne Marit Waade og Jakob Ion Wille på, hvilken rolle produktionsdesign og location spiller i Arvingerne:
 

PRODUCTION DESIGN AND LOCATION IN THE DANISH TELEVISION DRAMA SERIES THE LEGACY

True Comediennes: A case study of comedy verité and performance of the self in the Danish TV series Ditte & Louise
Fra arvestridighedernes arena vender vi os imod en serie om, hvorvidt kvinder kan være sjove og i bekræftende fald hvordan? Komedieserien Ditte & Louise er emnet for Iben Albinus Sabroes analyse:
 

TRUE COMEDIENNES:
A CASE STUDY OF COMEDY VERITÉ AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SELF IN THE DANISH TV SERIES DITTE & LOUISE

Sensation in Serial Form: High-end Television Drama and Trigger Plots
Fra Norge skriver Audun Engelstad om den serielle form, og hvordan tv-serieformatet sælger varen, hvad enten den nu er norsk eller dansk:
 

SENSATION IN SERIAL FORM:
HIGH-END TELEVISION DRAMA AND TRIGGER PLOTS


 

Seernes favoritserier – genrer, narrativer og kulturmøder
Til slut to artikler, der begge vender sig fra serierne og undersøger først det danske, siden det internationale publikum. Signe Sophus Lai og Cecilie Astrupgaard præsenterer resultaterne af en surveyundersøgelse om, hvilke serier det danske tv-publikum foretrækker og hvorfor:
 

SEERNES FAVORITSERIER – GENRER, NARRATIVER OG KULTURMØDER

Global Impact of Danish Drama Series: a peripheral, non-commercial creative counter-flow
Og endelig udforsker Pia Majbritt Jensen dansk tv-dramas globale gennemslag i artiklen:
 

GLOBAL IMPACT OF DANISH DRAMA SERIES:
A PERIPHERAL, NON-COMMERCIAL CREATIVE COUNTER-FLOW

KOSMORAMA NEWSLETTER #15


DANISH TELEVISION DRAMA – KOSMORAMA #263


How did Sarah Lund’s jumper become a more famous brand than Danish Lurpak? This question and many others are the key issues of the Danish research project titled ‘What makes Danish TV Drama Travel? and the international project ‘Mediating Cultural Encounters through European Screens’.

In this theme issue, Kosmorama has joined forces with the researchers behind the two projects and the result amounts to seven new articles on the success, peculiarities and international whereabouts of Danish TV drama. One article is in Danish only.
Eva Novrup Redvall, Jakob Ion Wille and Lynge Stegger Gemzøe guest-edited this issue of Kosmorama. They have co-authored the introductory article titled:
 
DANISH TELEVISION DRAMA: PRODUCTION, TEXTS, AUDIENCES
 
Whether the international success of Danish TV drama is as Danish as bacon, or perhaps as American as Donald Trump, or somewhere in-between is the topic of Jakob Isak Nielsen’s article:
 
THE DANISH WAY TO DO IT THE AMERICAN WAY
 
The next piece, authored by Anne Marit Waade and Jakob Ion Wille, looks into the role of location and production design in the series The Legacy:
 
PRODUCTION DESIGN AND LOCATION IN THE DANISH TELEVISION DRAMA SERIES THE LEGACY
 
From the arena of inheritance disputes we turn to a feminist comedy series grappling with the question whether women can be funny at all and if so, how? Iben Albinus Sabroe analyses Ditte & Louise in:
 
TRUE COMEDIENNES: A CASE STUDY OF COMEDY VERITÉ AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SELF IN THE DANISH TV SERIES DITTE & LOUISE

From Norway, Audun Engelstad writes on how serial form and socalled ’trigger plots’ contribute to the success of Nordic series:
 
SENSATION IN SERIAL FORM: HIGH-END TELEVISION DRAMA AND TRIGGER PLOTS

Finally we have two articles on the reception of the domestic audience and the global export patterns of Danish TV series. Signe Sophus Lai and Cecilie Astrupgaard present the results of a national survey on the Danish reception. This article is accessible in Danish only:
 
SEERNES FAVORITSERIER - GENRER, NARRATIVER OG KULTURMØDER
 
In her study, Pia Majbritt Jensen maps the global export and influence of Danish TV drama:
 
GLOBAL IMPACT OF DANISH DRAMA SERIES: A PERIPHERAL, NON-COMMERCIAL CREATIVE COUNTER-FLOW
Enjoy your read
 
 
You can find all the Kosmorama articles in English here:
Kosmorama/English/Articles
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