Ben Goldsmith

Dr Ben Goldsmith

  • Postdoctoral Researcher In Education
  • Weymouth House W108, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
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Journal Articles

  • Potter, A. and Goldsmith, B., 2017. Reality’s children: young people and factual entertainment television. Media International Australia, 164 (1), 44-55.
  • Dezuanni, M., Cunningham, S., Goldsmith, B. and Miles, P., 2017. Teachers' curation of Australian screen content for school-based education. Media International Australia, 163 (1), 87-96.
  • Ryan, M.D. and Goldsmith, B., 2017. Returning to Australian horror film and Ozploitation cinema debate. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 11 (1), 2-4.
  • Goldsmith, B., Cunningham, S. and Dezuanni, M., 2017. Screen production for education: Digital disruption in an 'ancillary' market. Media International Australia, 162 (1), 65-77.
  • Ryan, M.D. and Goldsmith, B., 2016. Reviewing Australian screen history. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 10 (2), 179-183.
  • Goldsmith, B. and Bridgstock, R., 2015. Embedded creative workers and creative work in education. Journal of Education and Work, 28 (4), 369-387.
  • Bridgstock, R., Goldsmith, B., Rodgers, J. and Hearn, G., 2015. Creative graduate pathways within and beyond the creative industries. Journal of Education and Work, 28 (4), 333-345.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2015. Sport and the transformation of Australian television. Media International Australia, 70-79.
  • Dezuanni, M. and Goldsmith, B., 2015. Disciplining the screen through education: The Royal Commission into the Moving Picture Industry in Australia. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 9 (3), 298-311.
  • Goldsmith, B., Ward, S. and O'Regan, T., 2014. VAULTAGE: Dino De Laurentiis and Australia: Creating a film industry on the gold coast. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 8 (1), 70-75.
  • Goldsmith, B., Cunningham, S. and Thomas, J., 2012. Convergence and Australian content: The importance of access. Media International Australia, 13-18.
  • Goldsmith, B. and Thomas, J., 2012. The Convergence Review and the future of Australian content regulation. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 62 (3), 441-4412.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2012. Cinematic and televisual cities. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 5 (3), 215-221.
  • Goldsmith, B., Lee, K.S. and Yecies, B., 2011. In search of the Korean digital wave. Media International Australia, 70-77.
  • Yecies, B., Shim, A.G. and Goldsmith, B., 2011. Digital intermediary: Korean transnational cinema. Media International Australia, 137-145.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2011. Australian content and convergence. Media International Australia, 12-15.
  • Ward, S., O'Regan, T. and Goldsmith, B., 2010. From neighbours to packed to the Rafters: Accounting for longevity in the evolution of Aussie soaps. Media International Australia, 162-176.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2010. Outward-looking australian cinema. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 4 (3), 199-214.
  • O'regan, T. and Goldsmith, B., 2006. Making Cultural Policy: Meeting Cultural Objectives in a Digital Environment. Television & New Media, 7 (1), 68-91.
  • Goldsmith, B. and O’Regan, T., 2004. LOCOMOTIVES AND STARGATES: Inner‐city studio complexes in Sydney, Melbourne and Toronto. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 10 (1), 29-45.
  • Goldsmith, B., 1999. "The comfort lies in all the things you can do": The Australian drive-in - Cinema of distraction. Journal of Popular Culture, 33 (1), 153-164.
  • Goldsmith, B., 1997. Government, Film and the National Image: Reappraising the Australian Film Development Corporation. Australian Studies, 9.

Books

  • Australian screen in the 2000s. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Directory of World Cinema Australia and New Zealand volume 2. Bristol: Intellect Books.
  • Hearn, G., Bridgstock, R., Goldsmith, B. and Rodgers, J., 2014. Creative work beyond the creative industries: Innovation, employment and education.
  • Balnaves, M., O'Regan, T. and Goldsmith, B., 2011. Rating the Audience The Business of Media. A&C Black.
  • Directory of World Cinema Australia and New Zealand. Bristol: Intellect Books.
  • Goldsmith, B., Ward, S. and O'Regan, T., 2010. Local Hollywood Global Film Production and the Gold Coast. Univ. of Queensland Press.
  • Goldsmith, B. and O'Regan, T., 2005. The Film Studio Film Production in the Global Economy. Rowman & Littlefield.

Chapters

  • Holley, D., Goldsmith, B. and Fevyer, D., 2020. Inspiring learning through technology. In: Pokorny, H. and Warren, D., eds. Enhancing Teaching Practice in Higher Education. SAGE.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2019. Is Everything Awesome? The LEGO Movie and the Australian Film Industry. In: Collins, F., Bye, S. and Landman, J., eds. A Companion to Australian Cinema. John Wiley & Sons.
  • Bridgstock, R., Goldsmith, B., Rodgers, J. and Hearn, G., 2018. Introduction: Creative Graduate Pathways Beyond the Creative Industries. Creative graduate pathways within and beyond the creative industries. Routledge.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2017. UnAustralians: Australian characters in non-Australian films. Australian Screen in the 2000s. 77-98.
  • Ryan, M.D. and Goldsmith, B., 2017. Australian screen in the 2000s: An introduction. Australian Screen in the 2000s. 1-21.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2015. 'It's Africa. It's Arizona. It's Antarctica. It's Afghanistan. Actually, it's Alberta': Marketing Locations to Film Producers. In: Mingant, N., Tirtaine, C. and Augros, J., eds. Film Marketing into the Twenty-First Century. British Film Institute.
  • Ryan, M.D., Goldsmith, B., Cunningham, S. and Verhoeven, D., 2014. The Australian Screen Producer in Transition. Beyond the Bottom Line The Producer in Film and Television Studies. Bloomsbury Publishing USA.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2014. The Smartphone App Economy and App Ecosystems. In: Goggin, G. and Hjorth, L., eds. The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media. Routledge.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2014. The Apps Industry. In: Cunningham, S. and Turnbull, S., eds. The Media and Communications in Australia. Allen & Unwin.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2014. Embedded digital creative workers and Creative Services in banking. Creative Work Beyond the Creative Industries: Innovation, Employment and Education. 145-157.
  • Hearn, G., Bridgstock, R., Goldsmith, B. and Rodgers, J., 2014. Creative work beyond the Creative Industries: An introduction. Creative Work Beyond the Creative Industries: Innovation, Employment and Education. 1-21.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2014. Embedded digital creatives. Creative Work Beyond the Creative Industries: Innovation, Employment and Education. 128-144.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2014. Australian Content. In: Griffen-Foley, B., ed. A Companion to Australian Media. Australian Scholarly Publishing.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2013. "SporTV": The legacies and power of television. Digital Media Sport: Technology, Power and Culture in the Network Society. 52-65.
  • Goldsmith, B. and O'Regan, T., 2013. Beyond the Modular Film School: Australian Film and Television Schools and their Digital Transitions. In: Hjort, M., ed. The Education of the Filmmaker in Europe, Australia, and Asia. Springer.
  • O'Regan, T., Goldsmith, B. and Ward, S., 2011. Sydney's media cluster: Continuity and change in film and television. Media Clusters: Spatial Agglomeration and Content Capabilities. 199-222.

Conferences

  • Goldsmith, B., 2017. UnAustralian Characters. In: 17th Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand biannual conference 1-3 July 2015 Brisbane.
  • Goldsmith, B., Cunningham, S. and Dezuanni, M., 2016. Media Industry Meets Education Industry: A Study in Digital Disruption. In: International Communications Association conference 9-13 June 2015 Fukuoka, Japan.
  • Woodford, D., Prowd, K., Bruns, A., Goldsmith, B., Harrington, S. and Burgess, J., 2014. Introducing Telemetrics. In: IR15 - Boundaries and Intersections, Association of Internet Researchers Conference 21-24 October 2014 Daegu, South Korea.
  • Goldsmith, B., 2008. The Monster & the Birthday Boy: At the interface of Korean-Australian Film. In: 4th World Congress of Korean Studies 22-24 September 2008 Sydney. Academy of Korean Studies.
  • Goldsmith, B., 1998. Better half-dead than read? The Mezzomorto cases and their implications for literary culture in the 1930s. 80-89.

Internet Publications

Profile of Teaching PG

  • Communicating Ideas

Grants

  • Australian Screen Content in Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Education: Uses and Potential (Australian Research Council, 01 Jan 2013). Completed
  • Investigating the Future through Australian Television (Australian Research Council, 01 Jan 2008). Completed
  • Redesigning Australian film and television production for Multichannel Environments 1995-2009 (Australian Research Council, 01 Jan 2007). Completed
  • Engaging with the International Film Industry: Case Studies in the New Ecology of Film Production (Australian Research Council, 01 Jan 2001). Completed
  • Cultural Diplomacy and Cultural Sovereignty in the Age of GATS (International Council for Canadian Studies, 01 Jan 2000). Completed

External Responsibilities

  • Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand (now Screen Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand), Conference convenor (2014-2015)
  • Australian Research Council, Assessor, Discovery Program (2013-)
  • Australian Teachers of Media, Editorial Board Member, Metro and Screen Education (2012-), https://www.metromagazine.com.au/index.html
  • Studies in Australasian Cinema, Editorial Board member (2010-)

Public Engagement & Outreach Activities

  • Australian Teachers of Media Pre-Conference Masterclass

Conference Presentations

  • International Communications Association Regional Conference, New Initiatives for Digital Content in Education, 01 Oct 2014, Queensland University of Technology Brisbane
  • Australian and New Zealand Communications Association Annual Conference, Australian screen content in education: Market size and dynamic, 09 Jul 2014, Swinburne University, Melbourne
  • Australian Screen Production, Education and Research Association conference, Australian Screen Content in Education, 18 Jun 2014, University of Newcastle, Australia
  • Third Australasian Symposium on Service Research and Innovation, Creative Services, Apps and Banks in Australia, 27 Nov 2013, Sydney, Australia
  • 8th Australian Media Traditions Conference, Children, Television, Policy, 25 Nov 2013, University of Queensland, Brisbane
  • ATOM Nation, Australian Screen Content and Education, 03 Jul 2013, QUT, Brisbane
  • Asia-Pacific Symposium on Creative Post Production & CILECT Asia-Pacific Association (CAPA) Conference, Beyond the Modular Film School: Australian Film and Television Schools and Digital Transitions, 19 Nov 2012, Griffith Film School, Brisbane
  • Hyperconnected: Outward-Looking Austral-Asian Digital Media Encounters in the Broadband Ag, Hyperconnected? Or Just Hype? Television Futures, 09 Jul 2012, Sydney, Australia
  • Educating the Filmmaker, Beyond the Modular Film School: Australian Film and Television Schools and their Transitions to Digital Environments, 01 May 2012, Hong Kong
  • UNSW National Strategic Conference, Korean Language Studies and Education in Australia, 01 Jul 2011, Sydney
  • Cinema, Modernity, Modernism. XVth Biennial Conference of the Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand, Dino De Laurentiis and the Gold Coast, 30 Nov 2010, Sydney, Australia
  • 5th International Cultural Industries Forum, Australian Media, 01 Nov 2010, Beijing, China
  • Network of European Cinema and Media Scholars (NECS) 2010 Urban Mediations, SporTV – The Aesthetics and Practices of Sports-related Programming, 24 Jun 2010, Istanbul, Turkey
  • English-speaking film and television industries abroad: industrial and cultural relations, Global and Local Hollywood, 30 Nov 2009, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, Paris
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