Registered Speakers: K to Z

 

Natalia Laranjinha (Portugal) on 'Film Fusion' in the Cinema of Lars von Trier ..... Christina Lefevre-Gonzalez (USA) on  Whatever Happened to the 'Public Interest' Standard in American Broadcasting? ..... Tania Lewis (Australia) on Aspirational TV: Popular Pedagogy and Lifestyle Advice Programming in Indian TV ..... Dominique Liao (Taiwan) on The Aesthetics of Violence in New Taiwanese Gangster Films ..... Adeline Kok Li-Ming (Malaysia) on University Students' Response to Online Advertising Structures in Malaysia ..... Fabia Lin (UK) on  The Interface between Live-Action and Animation in Contemporary Film .....  Ines Lourenco (Portugal) on Consuming Bollywood in Portugal ..... Jie Lu (USA) Representations of Masculinity and the Body in Chinese Martial Arts Cinema ..... Iain Macdonald (UK) on The Changing Technological and Commercial Context for BBC TV Graphics Design ..... Maria Ester Maciel (Brazil) on  Fiction and Reality in Coutinho's Documentary Master: A Building in Copacabana ..... 

 

Paula Mahoney (Australia) on Fabricated Meaning in the Directed Image .....  Sarita Malik (UK) on At Home with the Grewals: The Reality TV Indian Family as Convivial Culture ..... Nicola Mann (USA) on Performing Family Unity in American Television: The Case of Good Times ..... Dexter Bernal Mantes (Philippines) on Television Programming in the Philippines ..... Matthew Marshall (USA) on  The Triangles of Rashomon ..... Emiel Martens (The Netherlands) oThe History of Jamaica's Cine-Tourist Image ..... Ferdinando Martins (Brazil) on The Reception of the Films of Abbas Kiarostami by Critics in Brazil ..... Astrid Matron (Germany) on Divided Countries and Mistreated Bodies: Images of Women in Contemporary South Korean Cinema ...... Kerry McArthur (Canada) on Unpacking the Narrative Structure of an English-Language Canadian Film .... Dave McCaig (UK) on  Critiquing the 'Guiyeoni' Phenomenon: Film Adaptations of the South Korean Internet 'Melodrama' Novel in the Post-IMF Context .....  

 

David McQueen (UK) on Panorama: How Granny in the Attic Got a Makeover .....   Nico Meissner (UK) on  Online Audience Building for Independent Cinema ..... Angela Meyer (Australia) on  Representations of the Non-Conformist in Consumer Society in Linklater's  Before Sunrise and Before Sunset ..... Teja Mirfakhraee, Fereshteh Taherinia (Iran) on Questions of Reception: The Iranian TV Soap Opera ..... Rachel Mizsei-Ward (UK) on Product Design, Advertising, and the Nintendo DS: The Older Gamer ..... Aida Mokhtar (UK) on Narratives of Malaysian Identity: The PETRONAS Television Commercials of Yasmin Ahmad ..... Nigel Morris (UK) on Mediated Understandings of Science ..... Normah Mustaffa et al (Malaysia) on Innovators or Laggards? Facebook Adoption among Young People in Malaysia ..... Siddath Nakai (India) on Ecological Considerations on Film Production Practices: Lessons from India .....  Ahsan Akhtar Naz (Pakistan) on Media Ethics and Freedom in Pakistan .....  

 

Monica Ndounou (USA) on African-Americans, Hollywood Culture, and Colour-Coded Economics ..... Manon Niquette (Canada) on The Functional Grammar of The Functional Grammar of Pharmaceutical Marketing via Facebook ..... Passawalee Nitikasetsoontorn (Thailand) on Cinema Literacy and the Development of the 'Smart Audience' ......  Benjamin Ohwovoriole (South Africa) on Art and Politics in Ousmane Sembene’s La Noire ..... Gilad Padva (Israel) on Retro Culture and Invented Nostalgia in ARTE's Summer of the Sixties (2010) .....  Lei Chi Pang (Macau) on Nostalgia, Temporal Others and Cultural Resistance: Cinematic Narration of Alternative History in the Films of Wong Kar Wei ..... Richard Paterson (UK) on Policing Access to Moving Image Media: History and Future Challenges ..... George Pavlou (Cyprus) on Suspense and Resolution in the Post-1913 Chase Sequences of D.W. Griffith .....Serazer Pekerman (UK) on Female Drivers in Post-Revolutionary Iranian Cinema ..... Norman Melchor R. Pena Jr. (Italy) on Violence and Values in the Japanese Manga Naruto .....



Anna Potter (Australia) on Transformations and Reinventions in Children's Television Production ..... Ainurliza Mat Rahim (Malaysia) on  Non-Verbal Communication in the Malaysian TV Reality Shoe Imam Muda ..... Fernando Ramos (Germany) on The Paradoxes of Cinematic Authorship: Dogma '95 ..... Karen Randell (UK) on Fantasy, Trauma and Celebrity in The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus ..... Marie Rebecchi (Italy) on Theories of Montage: Between Synthesis and Discontinuity ..... Julie Reid (South Africa) on The New Historical Film and Issues of National Identity in Post-Colonial Africa and Post-Apartheid South Africa ..... Michael Richardson (UK) oSurrealism, Film Criticism, and Positif ..... Wajiha Raza Rizvi (Pakistan) on Visual Pleasure in  Pakistani Cinema 1947-2010 ..... Olivier Roland (USA) on The Galvanised Body: Early French Cinema and Decadent Discourse  

 

James Rowlins (USA) on Film Scholarship and the 50th Anniversary of the French New Wave ..... Asma Sayed (Canada) on Nation, Religion and Disability: Identity Politics in Johar's My Name is Khan ..... Jasper Sharp (UK) on Technology, Commerce and Aesthetics: An Overview of 3-D Cinema in Japan ..... Prabhakar Singh (India) on The Development of Bhojpuri Cinema since 1962 .....  Belinda Small (Australia) oAsianness and Aboriginality in Australian Cinema ..... Hazel Smith (Australia) on A Post-human Cosmopolitanism and New Media Writing ..... Daniel Sousa (Brazil) on The Dissolution of Authorship in the Koker Trilogy, by Abbas Kiarostami ..... Mark Stine (USA) on An Oral History Approach to TV Documentary Production ..... Sarah Clarke Stuart (USA) on Storytelling and the Digital Communities of Lost .....  

 

Sing Suwannakij (Denmark) on Reels, Railways and Royalty: The Role of Film in the Nation-Building Process in Early 20th Century Siam/Thailand ..... Ana Isabel Bernal Trivino (Spain) on Young People's Preferences in Respect of Information Design: Research Findings from Spain ..... Alan Taylor (South Africa) on Visual Literacies in South Africa: The Challenge for Media Education across the Curriculum ..... Peter Thompson (Canada) on Televisual Representations of Canadian Regional Identity in Road to Avonlea and Trailer Park Boys ..... Ivana Uspenski (Serbia) on TV Ratings as Mass Intelligence: Predicting the 2010 World Cup Winner ..... Koen Van Eynde (Belgium) on  Mohamed Saad el-Limby and the Popularisation of the Masculine Code in Egyptian Cinema ..... 

 

Praveen Veluvolu (India) on Representations of Children in Indian Cinema ..... Sofie Verdoodt (Belgium) on Landscape Allegories in the Films of Alexandr Sokurov ..... Jane Vinculado (Philippines) on The Evolution of Dramatic Genres in Philippine Television ..... Oksana Vozhdaeva (Russia) onThe Crisis in Regional Commercial TV: A Comparison of Russia and the United Kingdom ..... Rayma Watkinson (Australia) on Australia's Colonial History and the Political Present: Ivan Sen's Beneath Clouds (2002) ..... Robert Watson (Australia) on Steven Spielberg's Wikileaks Project: The 'Movie Thought' Approach ..... Lyndon Way (Turkey) on Somalis, Somali Pirates, and Foreign Powers: Media Identities in BBC On-line News ..... Jeremy Weinstein (Australia) on 'Docummunity': A Collaborative Online Documentary Project ..... Vivienne Westbrook (Taiwan) on Jesus at the Box Office: The Sacred and the Sexual in Cinematic Representations of the Messiah ..... 

 

John White (UK) on Cinematic Stardom, John Wayne, and the Post-WWII Western ..... Louise Wilks (UK) on Queer Desire as Illicit Desire in Two Lesbian-Centred British Films: I Can't Think Straight and Nina's Heavenly Delight ..... Alison Winch (UK) on Post-feminist Sisterhood on British and American TV ..... Heather Wintle (UK) on Transmedia Stardom and the Negotiation of Vin Diesel's Liminal Persona ..... Aylish Wood (UK) on Inception: An Ecological Approach to Ambivalent Meaning ..... Alan Wright (New Zealand) on Cinema Grimoire: Kenneth Anger's Magick Lantern Cycle ..... I-fen Wu (Taiwan) on A British Cultural Comprador: A Postcolonial Reading of the Shakespeare Films of Kenneth Branagh ..... John Wyver (UK) on 'Cinema Television': The Lost Pre-History of an Intermedial Now ..... Anat Zanger (Israel) on The Face, the Image, and the Ethical Event ..... Xuelin Zhou (New Zealand) on Coming of Age in Taiwan Cinema .....

 

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