Registered Speakers: A to K

<p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;">Dina Abou Zeid (Egypt) on <strong>Ancient Egypt on TV News Websites .....</strong> Ma. Margarita Alvina-Acosta (Philippines) on <strong style="mso-bidi-font-weight: normal;">Media and Filipino Families .....</strong> Victoria Adeniyi (Nigeria) on <span style="font-weight: bold;">Culture, Sexploitation and HIV/AIDS in Contemporary Yoruba Film .....</span> Katixa Agirre (UK) on <strong>Post-Feminist Representations of Pre-Feminist Times: <em>Mad Men</em>, Nostalgia and Self-Indulgence .....</strong> Alessandro Alfieri (Italy) on <strong>The Symbiosis of Music Video and Video Art ..... </strong>Shahzad Ali (Pakistan) on <strong>The Representation of Muslims in Bollywood Cinema ..... </strong>Megat Al Imran Yasin (Malaysia) on <strong>Perceptions of Programme Quality on the Part of Malaysian TV Documentary Producers ..... </strong>Wan Amizah (Malaysia) on <strong>Film Censorship in Malaysia: A Legacy from London ....</strong> Alex Antoniou (UK) on <strong>Extreme Pornography, the Law, and the <em>Casino Royale</em> Debate .....</strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;">Sigal Barkai (Israel) on <strong>The Soldier Figure in an Early Israeli Film: <em>Life According to Agfa</em> (Assi Dayan, 1992) .....</strong> Lawrie Barnes (South Africa) on  <strong>The Creation of 'Insiders' and 'Outsiders' in Film through the Use of Bilingual Code-Switching ..... </strong>Maria Barrett (UK) on <strong>Race, Gender and the Family in the Films of Tyler Perry .....</strong> Alina Bernstein, Lea Mandelzis (Israel) on <strong>Foreigners in their Homeland: Documenting Conflicted National Identity on the Football Field ..... </strong>Kzysztof Bierski (UK) on <strong>Sharing Experiences Online: Social Media and Mental Health Activism .....</strong> Rebecca Bishop (New Zealand) on <strong>Telepresence: Post-Human Emergences in 21st Century Cinema .....</strong> <span style="mso-bidi-font-weight: normal;">Monika Bokiniec (Poland) on <strong>Representations of Non-Normative Families in Contemporary TV Series .....</strong></span></p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"><span style="mso-bidi-font-weight: normal;"> </span></p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"><span>Frances Bonner (Australia) on</span><strong> The Utility of Celebrity in TV Reality Talent Shows ..... </strong>Marc Boumeester (The Netherlands) on <strong>Bridging Alterities: Mediating Media ..... </strong>Genie Brinkema (USA) on <strong>The Cinematic Anxiety of<em>Open Water</em> .....</strong><span> </span>Jacqueline  Brown (USA) on <strong><span><span><strong>Racism, Interracial Coupledom, and American Television ..... </strong></span></span></strong>Nurit Buchweitz <span>(Israel) on </span><strong>Screening Michel Houellebecq: Sexuality, Familiarity, and Kinship in Oskar Roehler's Film <em>Atomised</em> .....</strong><span> </span>Cattarina Duff Burnay (Portugal) on<strong><span><span><strong><span><span> <span>Portugese Regional Television and Azorian Identity ..... </span></span></span></strong></span></span></strong>Iagl Bursztyn (Israel) on<strong><span><span> <strong>Israeli and Palestinian Cinemas: From Kitsch to Art .....</strong></span></span></strong><span> </span><span>William Buxton (Canada) on </span><strong>The 'Educating' of Popular Film by Rockefeller Philanthropy, 1935-40 ..... </strong><span>Graham Cairns (UK) on</span><span> </span><strong>Television and the Architecture of the Olympic Games .....</strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"><span style="mso-bidi-font-weight: normal;"><span>Constance Carrier-Lafontaine (Canada) on</span><span> </span><strong>Human Identities and Beastly Bodies: The Animal Metaphor in <em>Sarah Palin's Alaska</em> ..... </strong><span>Natasha Carrington (Australia) on</span><span> </span><strong>Captive Subjects: Framing and Re-framing Perpetrators of Crime ..... </strong>Silvia Ceausu (Portugal) on <strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><span><span><span><span><strong>Environmental Issues in the Animated Television Series: <em>South Park</em>, <em>The Simpsons</em>, and <em>The Family Guy</em> .....</strong></span></span></span></span></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span> Tai-Chiung Chiang (Taiwan) on<strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><span><strong><span> <strong>The Speaking Subject in Wong Kar-Wai's <em>Happy Together</em> .....</strong> </span></strong></span></strong>Diane Charleson (Australia) on<strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><span><strong><span> <strong>Video Installation, Memory and Storytelling</strong> <strong>.....</strong></span></strong> </span></strong>Yuen-Cai Chen (Taiwan) on<strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><span> <strong>Queering Back to Weimar: Sexual Ambiguity in the Films of F.W. Murnau .....</strong> </span></strong></strong>Yun-hua Chen (UK) on<strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong> </strong><strong><span><strong>Bodily Presences in Hsiao-hsien's Taiwan Trilogy 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on<strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span> <strong>Resolution and Uncertainty in Slow-Motion Cinematography .....</strong> </span></strong></span></strong> </span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span>Mariana Cunha (UK) on<strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong> </strong>Desert Landscapes in Brazilian Cinema: <em>Central Station</em> and <em>Suely in the Sky</em> ..... </strong></strong>Jill Daniels (UK) on<strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span> <strong>The Cinematic Representation of Memory in the Autobiographical Documentary .....</strong> </span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span>Robert Davidson (Canada) on<strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong> </strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong>The Cinematic Space of the Hotel: From Segundo de Chomon's <em>The Electric Hotel</em> (1905) to Spike Jonze's <em>Weapon of Choice</em> (2000) ..... </strong> </span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span>Peter Deakin (UK) on<strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span> <strong>Masculine Identity in Crisis in <em>fin-de-millennium</em> Hollywood Cinema ..... </strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span>Achbi Dede (Nigeria) on<strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span> <strong>Ethnic Nationalism and Resistance in Nigerian Cinema: A Study of Two Films on the Niger Delta .....</strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span> </span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span>Phillip Drummond (UK) on<strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong><span> </span></strong>Representations of the Scottish Islands in British Film and Television 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<p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"><strong><strong><strong><strong><strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"><span style="mso-bidi-font-weight: normal;">Rajinder Dudrah (UK) on <strong>Beyond World Cinema? The Dialectics of Diasporic Cinema .....</strong> Stephen V. Duncan (USA) on <strong>The Evolving State of the 'Back Aesthetic' from the Experiential Perspectives of African-American Film and TV Screenwriters .....</strong> Oline Eaton (USA) on <strong>Stardom and the Movie Magazines: The Case of Jacqueline Kennedy ..... </strong>Brooke Edge (USA) on <strong>Celebrity Pregnancies on TheBump.com: An Ethnographic Analysis .....</strong> Tom Edwards (UK) on <strong>The Narrative Image and Critical Reception of the 1970s Vigilante Thriller .....</strong> Ali Nihat Eken (Turkey) on <strong>Representations of Turkish Migrants in German Cinema .....</strong> John Ellis (UK) on <strong>How Documentary Went Digital .....</strong>  Jessica Escue (USA) on <strong>Margaret Dale: Aesthetics, Appropriation and Intimacy in Ballet for Post-War BBC Television .....</strong> Mariam Esseghaier (Canada) on <strong>The Invisible and Fashionable Muslim Women of <em>Sex and the City 2</em> .....</strong> Amanda Field (UK) on <strong>Fear of the Sexual Gaze in the Boxing Film .....</strong></span> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"><span style="mso-bidi-font-weight: normal;">Austin Fisher (UK)   <strong>Spaghetti Lefties: Postmodern Politics in Robert Rodriguez's <em>Machete</em> .....</strong> David Fleming (UK) on <strong>What is a Digital Body? The Curious Case of <em>Benjamin Button</em> and <em>Avatar</em> .....</strong> Maria Flood (UK) on <strong>The Filmic Sublime: Representing Traumatic Events in Michael Haneke's <em>CachE ..... </em></strong>Serena Formica (UK) on <strong>Hercule Poirot as Cross-Media Figure.....</strong> Elisabetta Girelli (UK) on <strong>Montgomery Clift Queers American-ness in Zinnemann's <em>The Search</em> (1948) .....</strong> Peter Goddard (UK) on <strong>Current Affairs in Decline? Testing the Evidence .....</strong> Erika Grendelova (Czech Republic) on <strong>Representations of Czech and Slovak Cultural Identity in Contemporary Film and Comics .....</strong> Paul Grundy (France) on <strong>The Virtual and the Vacuous in Literary and Media Fictions Dealing with 'The Communication Society' ..... </strong></span><span>Ozlem Guclu (UK) on <strong>Silences and Silent Characters in the New Cinema of Turkey .....</strong> </span></p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"><span>Takafusa Hatori (Japan) on <strong>Representations of the Meiji Restoration in Japanese Cinema .....</strong>  Matthew Hawkins (UK) on <strong>Affective Tonality and Narrative Experience in the Short Film <em>Bullseye</em> .....</strong> Kit Heintzman (Germany) on  <strong>Queering Scopophilia: Eating Our Labile Other(s) .....</strong> Claudia Hoffmann (USA) on <strong>Transnational African Filmmakers and Questions of Cinematic Migration and Exile .....</strong> Gary Horne (UK) on <strong>Investigative Documentary Journalism: <em>First Tuesday</em> - Lasting Legacy? .....</strong> Ted Hovet (USA) on <strong>The Cinematic Image: From Phantasmagoria to Constraint .....</strong> Seth Hulse (Germany) on <strong>The Journalism Ethics Prosumer and the Dialogical Self .....  </strong></span>Joanna Ioannidou (Netherlands) on  <strong>Sympathising with a Serial Killer: The Case of <em>Dexter</em> .....</strong> Jason Jacobs (Australia) on <strong>The History of BBC Worldwide ..... </strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;">Emma Anne James (UK) on <strong>Myths and Fables from Anicent Greece to Modern Film .....</strong> Tracey Jensen, Jessica Ringrose (UK) on <strong>Untangling Gender, Class and Race in <em>My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding</em> ..... </strong>Deborah Jermyn (UK) on <strong>Women, Ageing, and Romantic Comedy .....</strong> Christiana Karayianni (Cyprus) on <strong>Media and Other Rituals: Coverage of Bicommunal Related Issues in the Greek Cypriot Print and Broadcast Media Context .....</strong>  Nur Kareelawati Abd Karim (Malaysia) on <strong><em>Little Mosque on the Prairie:</em>Interfaith TV through Malaysian Eyes .....</strong> Shahnaz Khan (Canada) on <strong>Historical and Religious Representation in Bombay Cinema: <em>Jodhaa Akbar .....</em></strong> Ashraf Khan, Syeda Zuria Bokhari (Pakistan) on <strong>The Muslim Image in Indian Cinema, 2002-8 .....</strong> Oleksandr Kobrynskyy (Germany) on <strong>DEFA's Forgotten Memory: The Holocaust in East German Film .....</strong>  Asli Kotaman (Turkey) on <strong>Mourning and Remembrance in Turkish Cinema .....</strong> Asli Kotaman and Artun Avci (Turkey) on <strong>Arabesque Protest in the City: Turkish Cinema since 1980 .....  </strong>Mehal Krayem (Australia) on<strong><span><span><span><span><span><span><span><span><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span> <span><strong>The Portrayal of Arab-Australians in Australian Television Crime Drama: The Case of <em>East-West 101</em> ..... </strong></span></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></span></span></span></span></span></span></span></span></strong>Lesya Kulchynska (Ukraine) on<strong><span><span><span><span><span><span><span><span><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span><strong><span> <strong>Questions of Social and Personal Identity in Soviet Cinema of the Seventies .....</strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></strong></span></span></span></span></span></span></span></span></span>  </strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify; margin: 0cm 0cm 0pt;"> </p>

THE LONDON FILM AND MEDIA READER 3 - now available for download!

We are delighted to announce that our latest ebook - The London Film and Media Reader 3 - is now available. 

 

It is a bumper volume of nearly 700 pages, comprising 60 essays from two dozen countries around the world.

 

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The six volumes published so far are based on Papers presented at our conferences since 2011:

 

* FILM AND MEDIA 2011

* FILM AND MEDIA 2012

FILM AND MEDIA 2013

* LONDONICITY 2011

* LONDONICITY 2012

* UNDERSTANDING BRITAIN   2012

 

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