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Leicester Cinema History
This public exhibition, housed in the DMU Heritage Centre, ran from February to May 2017. It charted the development, decline and resurgence of Leicester's cinema culture through a large map displaying the cinemas within ...
Hammer's Monsters: A Screen Bestiary
This public exhibition, housed in the DMU Heritage Centre, ran from October 2016 to October 2017. It displayed materials from the Hammer Script Archive held by the Cinema and Television History (CATH) Research Centre at ...
‘Watch the Birdie': The Star Economy, Social Media and The Celebrity Group Selfie
This work will explore some of the broader implications of celebrity group selfies, through the example of Ellen DeGeneres’ star-studded group shot, taken during the 2014 Academy Awards ceremony, Joan Collins 2014 Prince’s ...
Here to Stay: Sound Becomes Inevitable in 1928-1930
During the years of transition to sound, no-one had any real idea as to what the lasting impact of the new talking picture would be. Amidst confusion and scepticism amongst film producers and exhibitors alike about the ...
The Conversion to Sound of the Kingsway and the Ideal Cinemas in King's Heath, 1929-1932
Business records constitute a fundamental source of primary empirical evidence, which illuminate the granular details that collectively form wider regional and national trends. Their rarity has meant that each discovery ...
Windows on the World: Memories of European Cinemas in 1960s Britain
During the 1960s, European cinema became increasingly available to British audiences. The expansion of university film societies and arthouse cinemas meant that domestic and US productions, which made up the vast majority ...
Memories of British Cinema
1950s Science Fiction Cinema’s Depersonalisation Narratives in Britain
Depersonalisation narratives in 1950s sf cinema have most frequently been understood as reflections of American anxieties about Soviet infiltration and subversion. However, these films were also popular in Britain, where ...
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in the films Taxi Driver and You Were Never Really Here: A Comparative Progressive Approach.
This chapter evaluates post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) via cultural constructions in film especially in the context of war addressing how these have developed over time. Definitions of PTSD are initially explored ...