Registered Speakers 5: HOARE to KURCZEWSKA


Lottie Hoare (University of London Institute of Education, UK/University of Cambridge, UK)

Gender, Education and the Television Documentary:

John Boorman's Citizen 63: Marion Knight


Dr. Woodrow Hood (Wake Forest University, USA)

Renegotiating Early Cinema: New Soundtracks for Old Films


Linda Huszar (University of Szeged, Hungary)

The Pleasure of Appearances: Image and Narration in Film Noir


Dr. Bruce Isaacs (University of Sydney, Australia)

The Mechanics of Continuity:

The Image of Action in Michael Bay’s Transformers Franchise 


Lydia Jakobs (University of Trier, Germany)

Poverty as Spectacle? Victorian Magic Lantern Shows and the Urban Poor


Rajesh James (Sacred Heart College Thevara, India)

Queerdom and Pleasure in  Contemporary Malayalam Cinema

Jesko Jockenhoevel (University of Film and TV Postdam-Babelsberg, Germany)

The Immersive Spectacle: From Analogue to Digital 3-D


Nick Jones (Queen Mary London, UK)

Paraspaces of the Action Film:

Nolan's Inception and Snyder's Sucker Punch

Haruka Kawakami (Osaka City University, Japan)

Surrealism and the Documentary Film

Dr. Douglas Keesey (California Polytechnic State University, USA)

Seeing Your Own End:

Prefigurations of Death in the Final Destination Films


Joanna Kellond (University of Sussex, UK)

Representations of Therapeutic Culture in Television Drama:

In Treatment


Dr. Ali Khan (Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan)

Film Poster Art and the Pakistan Film Industry


Dr. Marit Knollmoeller (University of Maryland, USA)

Bollywood does Regency:

Costume and the Spectacle in Mira Nair's Vanity Fair


Dr. Barbara Knorpp (Brunuel University, UK) 

Towards an Ethnography of the National Film and Television Archive


Dr. Joanne Knowles (Liverpool John Moores University, UK)

Masculinity, Masquerade and Cultural Politics in Popular Film Comedy


Friedrich Kohle (NHTV, University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands)

The Spectacle of Social Media: Perspectives for Documentary Producers  


Prof. Maria Komninos, Dr. Yannis Lambrou (National and Kapodistrina University of Athens, Greece)

Questions of Postmodernism and Greek Cinema:

Language and the Family in the New 'Weird' Wave


Dr. Nataliya Kononenko (State Institute for Arts Studies, Moscow, Russia)

On the Cinematic History of a Baroque Musical Theme:

Bach's 'Erbarme Dich'


Chia-wen Kuo (National Chengchi University, Taiwan)

Violence, Fantasy and the Female Body: The Spectacle of Tomie


Izabela Kurczewska (University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw, Poland)

Postmodernism and the Spaghetti Western: Tarantino's Django Unchained


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