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  • Clio Barnard
      Clio Barnard
    Reader
    Clio Barnard teaches practical film-making. Her debut feature film &lsqu...
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  • David Francis O.B.E.
      David Francis O.B.E.
    Honorary Fellow
    David Francis O.B.E. has been a key figure in the international film ar...
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  • Lavinia Brydon
    Dr Lavinia Brydon
    Lecturer
    Lavinia Brydon investigates questions of space and place in film, with ...
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  • Frances Guerin
    Dr Frances Guerin
    Senior Lecturer
     
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  • Margrethe Bruun Vaage
    Dr Margrethe Bruun Vaage
    Lecturer
    Margrethe Bruun Vaage explores the emotions and morality in relation to ...
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  • Aylish Wood
    Dr Aylish Wood
    Reader
    Aylish Wood?s interests focus on digital media in cinema, animation and...
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  • Lawrence Jackson
      Lawrence Jackson
    Senior Tutor, Lecturer in ...
    Lawrence Jackson is an industry practitioner who specialises in directi...
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  • Maurizio Cinquegrani
    Dr Maurizio Cinquegrani
    Lecturer
    Maurizio's main teaching and research interests lie in the relationship...
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  • Mattias Frey
    Dr Mattias Frey
    Senior Lecturer
    Mattias Frey is a specialist in film criticism, media historiography, i...
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  • Peter Stanfield
    Professor Peter Stanfield
    Professor of Film
    Peter Stanfield?s teaches Hollywood film production and publishes widel...
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'From Young Soul Rebels to Grumpy Old Men:The Film and Music Criticism of Armond White and Paul Gilroy'

Wednesday 29th October, 5pm 7pm, KLT5 CISFMI Guest Lecture Professor Daniel McNeil, Carleton University 'From Young Soul Rebels to Grumpy Old Men:The Film and Music Criticism of Armond White and Paul Gilroy' On the 11th of January 2010, Armond White hosted the annual gala and seventy-fifth anniversary celebrations of the New York Film Critics Circle (NYFCC). He delivered a char...

14th October 2014

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Film65

As part of the 50th Anniversary Celebrations, The School of Arts are teaming up with The Gulbenkian to bring you 'Film65,' A yearlong series of films all made in 1965, each introduced by a name speaker. 1965 was a year when era-defining singles like The Beatles' 'Ticket to Ride' and 'Help!' , and the Stones' 'Satisfaction' and 'Get Off Of My Cloud', were outsold by The Seekers' 'I'll Never Find Another You' and Ken Dodd&apo...

14th October 2014

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"Take me home. No. Take me to the office." The Antihero's wife and the female Antihero…

Wednesday 15th October, 5pm 7pm, KLT5 School of Arts Research Seminar The antihero series in American television revolves around a morally bad protagonist, nearly always male. In this talk I discuss how women are portrayed in the antihero series by focusing on two questions. First, I investigate how the (male) antihero's wife is portrayed, with special focus on Skyler White in Breaki...

3rd October 2014

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A Letter from French Film Director Bertrand Tavernier

On 19th August 2014, French film director Bertrand Tavernier wrote to a University of Kent lecturer asking him to convey a message to Kent's Film students. This is the letter: I was in Canterbury once for a film festival. I liked the city and the countryside. For many years, I have been a fan of a superb Powell and Pressburger film, very underrated, called A Canterbury Tale. A beautiful meditation on what is national identity (nothing to do with nationalism)...

23rd September 2014

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