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.

Themed Playlist: Engaged Observation

Filmmaker and sound artist Mark Lyken provides a list of films that influenced the making of his recently released film, 1300 Shots. These films push beyond the observational mode in engaging, creative, and inventive ways.

Themed Playlist: A World Inside a Room

This playlist is inspired by the 60 Hour Film Blitz’s 2021 theme: “A world inside a room.” Each team will create a short film using only one room of their homes, and this playlist therefore features films all predominantly shot in a single location.

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 …

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Themed Playlist: Radical Film Network Returns

In May 2020, Clive Myer provided a playlist introducing us to the work of the Radical Film Network. He returns now with a follow up list to let us know that there are now over 150 films available, free of charge, to students, researchers, the academic community and the public at large on the Radical Film Network website.

Themed Playlist: Queer Cinema from Mainland China

A wonderful playlist of films produced and/or circulated in China that centre on queer people’s lives, or films in which queer people’s stories are central to the film narrative, regardless of the gender and sexual identities of the filmmakers and the target audience.

The Mediated Voice: Yours in Sisterhood (EVENT)

In November, enjoy a screening of Yours in Sisterhood and a roundtable on archives, dubbing, remediation and gender featuring director Irene Lusztig, Jennifer O’Mear, Tessa Dwyer, Jaimie Baron, and Shruti Narayanswamy. Click here for more information.