Time for Change: An Actor's Perspective - Christopher Hogg in Conversation with Mandip Gill

Hogg, C. Forthcoming. Time for Change: An Actor's Perspective - Christopher Hogg in Conversation with Mandip Gill. www.cream.ac.uk.

TitleTime for Change: An Actor's Perspective - Christopher Hogg in Conversation with Mandip Gill
AuthorsHogg, C.
Description

Whilst research investigating television acting is steadily growing (see, for example: Hewett, 2017; Fife Donaldson and Walters, 2019), there remains relatively little academic work considering the perspectives and processes of television actors themselves. CREAM’s Christopher Hogg has sought to address this lack with his publications and research in the field (most notably Acting in British Television [2017] and Exploring Television Acting [2018]). In Hogg’s most recent work on the monograph Adapting Television Drama: Theory & Industry (2021) he has paid particular attention to minority-ethnic actor perspectives regarding equality, diversity and inclusion in contemporary television drama casting and performance. The following interview signposts the ongoing importance of such research in understanding a significant phase of current industry change.

Publication dates
Published21 Jan 2022
Keywordstelevision
acting
Doctor Who
casting
equality
diversity
inclusion
regionality
ethnicity
Publisherwww.cream.ac.uk
Web address (URL)https://cream.ac.uk/features/time-for-change-christopher-hogg-mandip-gill/

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About Time: Addressing Intersectionality in the Casting and Performance of Chris Chibnall/Jodie Whittaker Era Doctor Who
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Trans TV dossier, III: Trans TV re-evaluated, part 1
Goddard, M. and Hogg, C. 2020. Trans TV dossier, III: Trans TV re-evaluated, part 1. Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies. 15 (2), pp. 162-164. https://doi.org/10.1177/1749602020918957

Trans TV Re-Evaluated, part 2
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Streaming intersectionality: Queer and trans television aesthetics in post-medium transformation
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Introduction: Trans TV as Intervention into Contemporary Television, Trans TV Dossier 1: Platform Television, Netflix and Industrial Transformations
Hogg, C. and Goddard, M. 2018. Introduction: Trans TV as Intervention into Contemporary Television, Trans TV Dossier 1: Platform Television, Netflix and Industrial Transformations. Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies. 13 (4), pp. 470-474. https://doi.org/10.1177/1749602018798217

Trans TV Dossier 1: Platform Television, Netflix and Industrial Transformations, edited by Michael Goddard and Christopher Hogg, in Critical Studies in Television, Vol. 13, Issue 4
Goddard, M. and Hogg, C. 2018. Trans TV Dossier 1: Platform Television, Netflix and Industrial Transformations, edited by Michael Goddard and Christopher Hogg, in Critical Studies in Television, Vol. 13, Issue 4. Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies. 13 (4).

A Career in Popular Factual TV: An Interview with Tom Edwards (Parts 1 and 2), CST Online
Hogg, C. 2018. A Career in Popular Factual TV: An Interview with Tom Edwards (Parts 1 and 2), CST Online.

Well-being and the Television Actor: Challenges and Coping Strategies
Hogg, C. and Smith, C. L. 2018. Well-being and the Television Actor: Challenges and Coping Strategies. in: Hogg, C. and Cantrell, T. (ed.) Exploring Television Acting London Bloomsbury. pp. 171-186

Acting in British Television
Cantrell, T. and Hogg, C. 2017. Acting in British Television. Palgrave Macmillan.

Take a Look at the Lawman: Interrogating Critical Responses to the US Version of Life on Mars
Hogg, C. 2016. Take a Look at the Lawman: Interrogating Critical Responses to the US Version of Life on Mars. in: Aveyard, K., Moran, A. and Jensen, P.M. (ed.) New Patterns in Global Television Formats Intellect.

Returning to an old question: What do television actors do when they act?
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The Punk-Rock King: Musical Anachronism in Period Film
Hogg, C. 2013. The Punk-Rock King: Musical Anachronism in Period Film. Media International Australia. 148 (1), pp. 84-93. https://doi.org/10.1177/1329878X1314800110

Fan Filmmaker and Star-struck Celebrity: An Interview with Michael Winner
Hogg, C. and Kern, D.S. 2013. Fan Filmmaker and Star-struck Celebrity: An Interview with Michael Winner. Senses of Cinema. 67.

Cracking the USA? Interpreting UK-to-US TV Drama Translations
Hogg, C. 2013. Cracking the USA? Interpreting UK-to-US TV Drama Translations. New Review of Film and Television Studies. 11 (2), pp. 111-132. https://doi.org/10.1080/17400309.2012.708266

Gub Neal: Cracking the Business of TV Drama Production
Hogg, C. 2011. Gub Neal: Cracking the Business of TV Drama Production. Journal of British Cinema and Television. 8 (1), pp. 118-132. https://doi.org/10.3366/jbctv.2011.0009

Re-evaluating the Archive in Stephen Poliakoff's Shooting the Past
Hogg, C. 2009. Re-evaluating the Archive in Stephen Poliakoff's Shooting the Past. Journal of British Cinema and Television. 6 (3), pp. 437-451. https://doi.org/10.3366/E1743452109001125

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