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Nguyễn Trinh Thí’s How to Improve the World (2021)

World premiere of Nguyễn Trinh Thí’s How to Improve the World (2021)

In September, the Centre for Screen Cultures will partner with Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival (10/9 -12/9) and will co-host the world premiere of Nguyễn Trinh Thí’s How to Improve the World (2021) as part of a special programme focusing on  Nguyễn’s ‘Landscape Series’. Dr Philippa Lovatt (Co-Director...

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Themed Playlist: The Female Detective on TV

To coincide with the publication of MAI: Feminism and Visual Culture’s issue on the Female Detective on TV, this collaboratively-created playlist features several of the collection’s contributors offering their recommendations of TV shows featuring female detectives. Enjoy this list of things to watch and read....

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Themed Playlist: The Scene on Screen

From Dr Nessa Johnston (Edgehill University)   Raving, clubbing and partying: the scene on screen   After a whole year in which it’s been illegal to gather socially and clubs have been shuttered and silent, it’s inevitable that we might turn to a screen to provide some sort of...

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The Mediated Voice: Expedition Content (Event)

The Mediated Voice, 2020-21 Centre For Screen Cultures, University Of St Andrews From Michel Chion’s The Voice in Cinema to more recent work by scholars such as Rey Chow, Pooja Rangan, and Jennifer O’Meara, film and media studies have been heavily invested in understanding and theorising the voice through...

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