Registered Speakers 6: KWOK to MACIEL

 

 

Juanita Kwok (Charles Sturt University, Australia)

Spectacle and Subversion in Trenchard-Smith's The Man from Hong Kong

 

Andree Lafontaine (Concordia University, Canada)

Lesbian Pleasures and Dorothy Arzner's "Spectacularly Spineless" Men

 

Katerina Lawless (University of Limerick, Ireland)

Representations of Russia and the Soviet Union in the James Bond Films

 

Dr. Chin-Pang Lei (University of Macau)

Questions of Stardom and Gender in Post-Colonial Hong Kong Culture: Anita Mui

 

Dr. Dominique Liao (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan)

Questions of Violence and Identity in the Gangster Film 

 

Prof. Wu-tso Lin (Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology)

Love, Anxiety and the City: Woody Allen's Europe

 

Samanatha Lindop (University of Queensland, Australia)

Postfeminism, Pleasure and Spectacle in Tarantino's Kill Bill

 

Dr. Alex Ling (University of Western Sydney, Australia)

Lars von Trier and the End of Cinema: Melancholia

 

Dr. Dario Llinares, Sarah Arnold (Falmouth University, UK)

Rethinking Spectatorship, Space and Spectacle: The Pleasures of the Digital

 

Dr. Anastasia Logotheti (DEREE, The American College of Greece)

In the Service of the Virtual: Redefining the Internet through Spectacle

 

Dr. Ines Lourenco (Lisbon University Institute, Portugal)

Watching and Dancing Bollywood in Portugal

 

Sarah Breen Lovett (University of Sydney, Australia)

Theoretical Intent and Spectacle in Expanded Cinema and Architecture

 

Robyn Ludwig (Independent Scholar, Victoria, Canada)

From 2D Page to 3D Screen: Intertextual Spectacle in Scorsese’s Adaptation of The Invention of Hugo Cabret 

 

Dr. Jonathan Lupo (Saint Anselm College, USA),

Dr. Chani Marchiselli (Saint Anselm College, USA)

Television and Its Vampires: The Spectral Trance of Binge Viewing

 

Dr. Fabrice Lyczba (Universite Paris Est, Creteil, France)

The Peformance of Cinematic Realism:

Engaging the Audience of the 1920s

 

Prof. John F. Lyons (Joliet Junior College, Illinois, USA) 

London in the American Imagination, 1945 to the Present 

 

Dr. Maria Ester Maciel (Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil) 

Cinema as Cross-Media Project: The Work of Peter Greenaway 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

 

Please see elsewhere on this site for your download.

 

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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