‘Fear and Desire’ – Archival discovery by Dr James Fenwick made about Stanley Kubrick’s first feature film

Image of Stanley Kubrick, directing

Research on filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, conducted by Dr James Fenwick, Senior Lecturer in Media Studies and the Course Leader for BA (Hons) Media, has been reported by the Venice Biennale as part of their 90th anniversary. The Biennale has reported how James’ research uncovered that Kubrick submitted his first feature film, Fear and Desire, to the Venice Film Festival in 1953 […]

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Call for Papers – Gender and TV in Iberia and Latin America

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Call for Papers Gender and TV in Iberia and Latin America Anja Louis (Sheffield Hallam) and Abigail Loxham (Liverpool), UK We invite original papers to be published as part of an edited collection. Our aim is to forge interdisciplinary links between those working in Television and Media Studies, Gender Studies, Iberian and Latin American Studies. We consider television as a […]

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Researcher Blog by Diane Rodgers: ‘Wyrd’ British television of the 1970s

Diane A Rodgers, Folk Horror presentation (crop), 2017

About the author Diane Rodgers is a Senior Lecturer in Media at Sheffield Hallam University specialising in alternative and cult film, television, music and comics.  Diane is also a doctoral student in C3RI where her research examines folklore in ‘wyrd’ 1970s British Film and Television folk-horror. This work will also feature as a chapter in the forthcoming book Yuletide Terror, to […]

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