The Radical Film Survey should take around 10 minutes.
What is it?
The Radical Film Survey is designed to collect evidence to help us demonstrate and understand the audience for films and methods of distribution that have not been recognised in previous studies.
'Radical' is a broad term, and so is 'Film'. Your understanding of these terms will help us to understand audience perceptions.
The demographic information helps us to compare our findings with previous audience surveys.
How will the data be used?
The raw data will only be available to the research team*. It will be anonymised, encrypted and securely stored.
Identifiable information about you (your name, email or contact details) will never be shared with anyone.
Information from the aggregated data will be compared with other similar surveys to shed light on this specific area of film culture.
Who is collecting the data?
The research team is lead by Reuben Irving from the University of Worcester. You can contact Reuben with any questions or concerns: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are working with partner organisations such as film festivals, distributers and activist groups to help us distribute and collect paper surveys. We expect to work with other organisations (such as other universities) to help us analyse the data.
Data security will be maintained in any future collaborations with other research organisations.
I have read and understood the information above.
I understand that my participation is voluntary and that I am free to withdraw at any time by closing the webpage (or screwing up the paper form).
I understand that the data I provide will be kept secure and confidential.