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  1. 16th Annual Film Studies Postgraduate Conference 2022

    16th Annual Film Studies Postgraduate Conference 2022

    The Annual Film Studies Postgraduate Conference is an event which celebrates the range of postgraduate research in the Department of Film Studies at St Andrews....

  2. Saints Talk: Dr Lucy Donaldson

    Saints Talk: Dr Lucy Donaldson

    Feeling and Filmmaking

    We are delighted to welcome you to the next instalment in our Saints Talk series from Dr Lucy Donaldson, on 'Feeling and Filmmaking'. Films are made...

  3. Thinking Inclusively

    Thinking Inclusively

    A Lecture Series on the Role of Inclusive Academia in Intellectual Development

    We are happy to invite you to the lecture series 'Thinking Inclusively: A Lecture Series on the Role of Inclusive Academia in Intellectual...

  4. In Conversation with Nguyễn Trinh Thí

    In Conversation with Nguyễn Trinh Thí

    World Premiere of How to Improve the World (Nguyễn Trinh Thí, 2021)

    The Centre for Screen Cultures is partnering with Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival, the UK's Festival for New Cinema and Artists' Moving Image,...

  5. Communicating Climate through Arts

    Communicating Climate through Arts

    STACEES Research Seminar - 'The act of Musicalizing in Tanzania' & 'Film Poetry as a Tool for Ecological Empathy'

    Claudia Lubao (PhD candidate, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences) will present 'The act of Musicalizing in Tanzania', which focuses on how...

  6. Film Studies Speaker Series: Dr Stephen Morgan, Towards a Geologic Cinema in Walkabout

    Film Studies Speaker Series: Dr Stephen Morgan, Towards a Geologic Cinema in Walkabout

    The centrality of landscape has long been a key focus of representations of Australia on screen, but relatively little attention has been paid to what happens...

  7. Film Studies Speaker Series: Dr Stephen Morgan, Towards a Geologic Cinema in Walkabout

    Film Studies Speaker Series: Dr Stephen Morgan, Towards a Geologic Cinema in Walkabout

    The centrality of landscape has long been a key focus of representations of Australia on screen. But relatively little attention has been paid to what happens...

  8. Film Studies Departmental Speaker Series -- Dr Clara Bradbury-Rance

    Film Studies Departmental Speaker Series -- Dr Clara Bradbury-Rance

    Lesbian legibility and queer legacy in Céline Sciamma's Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019)

    In her first three films, Céline Sciamma coerced ambivalent identifications with both the idealisations and frustrations of adolescent desire. Rarely premised...

  9. Centre for Screen Cultures with MeCCSA Sound Studies Network

    Centre for Screen Cultures with MeCCSA Sound Studies Network

    Conversation between Budhaditya Chattopadhyay and Cathy Lane

    Budhaditya Chattopadhyay and Cathy Lane will be in conversation at this event, organised by the Centre for Screen Cultures in collaboration with the MeCCSA...

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