B-Film: Postgraduate Researcher Seminars

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B-Film: Postgraduate Researcher Seminars

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PGR students from the University of Birmingham will be discussing their thesis research in a monthly online seminar. The seminars began on the 15th October and will take place every third Thursday of the month thereafter. All are welcome to attend and join in the discussions.

Please register to receive the zoom links via email prior to each seminar.


15th October 5pm

Maria Elena Alampi - Precarious Work: The Italian Case

Hui-Han Chen - From Hesitation to Resistance: Slow Cinema's Transnational Politics

17th December 5pm

Petra Olaoye - Affect in American Independent Cinema

Will McKeown - The Political Meanings of Contemporary Horror Cinema

21st January 5pm

Luis Freijo Escudero - Unearthing the Colonial Ghosts of the Patagonian Western

Gemma Haigh - Specters of Franco: Analysing the Contemporary Spanish Ghost Film through a Hauntological Lens

18th February 5pm

Oscar Mealia - Inhuman, all too Inhuman: Lyotard, Film and the Aesthetics of the Digital

Nina Jones - True Crime Documentary Ethics

18th March 5pm

Karolina Ginalska - Ethnographic Filmmaking

Lauren Jones - The Politics of Emotion and Identity in Italian Cinema

15th April 5pm

Mara Etienne-Manley - Paradise Lost: Caribbean Representation and Portrayal in American Film and Television

Julien Mery - Wiki World Cinema: Removing Cultural Biases through a Decentralised Production Process

20th May 5pm

Jemma Saunders - Locating Letherbridge: Birmingham as Backdrop in BBC One's Doctors

Louise Coopey - Representing the 21st Century Other: Monsters and (Wo)men in Game of Thrones

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