Registered Speakers P-R




Nandabalan Panneerselvam (National University of Singapore)

Masculinity in Crisis in Post-Imperial Britain: The Television Sitcom

Elizaveta Parfentyeva (University of Zurich, Switzerland/All-Russian State Institute of Cinematography n.a. Gerasimov, Russia)

The Value of the Song Heritage

in European and Soviet films of the Early Sound Era

Dr. Sarunas Paunksnis (Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania)

Otherness, Fear and Desire in New Bollywood Cinema

Raffaele Pavoni (University of Florence, Italy)

Interactive Music Videos:

Negotiating Values between Authors, Institutions, and Audiences

Simone Petousis (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

Reframing the Postfeminist Heroine: Reflections on

Open-endedness, Contingency and Ambiguity in Serial Television


Stokes Piercy (Wake Forest University, USA)

Superheroism and National Identity: Marvel's Captain America: Civil War

Dr. Mark Pizzato

(University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA)

The Values and Dangers of Movie Watching:

Rasa-Cathartic Effects on the Brain's Inner Theatre

Dr. Carlos Rabasso (NEOMA Business School, France) and

Dr. Francisco Xavier Rabasso (University of Rouen, France)

Transgender Roles under Patriarchy: Mariana Rondon's Pelo Malo (Bad Hair)

Paula Rama da Silva (Estoril Higher Institute of Tourism and Hotel Studies/University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies, Portugal)

The Cultural Values of Tourism Promotional Videos: The Case of Portugal

Dr. Stuart Richards (University of Melbourne, Australia)

The Cultural Value of Peripheral Texts in a Transmedia Narrative:

The Simpsons Tapped Out


Dr. Michael Richardson (Goldsmiths University, London)

The Mummy: From Egypt to Hollywood and Back

Dr. Andrea Rinke (Kingston University, UK)

The Drug Experience Film: Family Values and Gender Norms

Dr. Wajiha Raza Rizvi

(Forman Christian College/Film Museum Society, Pakistan)

The Censorship of Visual Pleasure in Pakistani Cinema

Dr. Araceli Rodriguez Mateos 

(Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain) and

Raúl Álvarez Gómez (Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain)

The Political Commitment of 'Indiewood' Cinema in Times of Crisis: The Work of Robert Redford and George Clooney