British Universities Film & Video Council

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Viewfinder Articles - page 3

  • Putting Students in the Frame

    Prof Simon Lancaster explains how student authoring of video content produces positive learning outcomes and a lasting digital legacy.

  • Cinematic Interruptions

    Dr Lee Campbell, University of Lincoln, explores the potential of mobile technology to produce an immersive and participatory cinema experience.

  • Nomad Cinema

    Jennifer Leigh Allen from Nomad Cinema explains the themes behind their recent screenings of war films at the Imperial War Museum.

  • The Projection Project

    Dr Richard Wallace, University of Warwick, casts the lens on an AHRC-funded project examining the history of cinema projection and the switch to digital.

  • Flipped Learning

    Dr Damien Mansell, Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography at The University of Exeter, explains how flipped classroom models of teaching can use online educational technology to engage learners.

  • Film Studies for FE

    Hugh Robinson, Curriculum Quality Leader at Henley College Coventry, reflects on his experience of getting young students to engage critically with film history.

  • Science on Screen

    Dr Chris Willmott, Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry at the University of Leicester, explains how teaching staff can put the moving image to work in science education.

  • British Horror Rises

    Jonathan Rigby, author of English Gothic – Classic Horror Cinema 1897-2015, discusses the major resurgence in the production of British horror movies in the last few years.

  • Streaming Visual Literacy

    Kevin Wilson, Subject Librarian for the Institute for Management Studies and Audiovisual Librarian at Goldsmiths College, discusses what video streaming means for the higher education library.

  • New Frontiers in the Spaghetti West

    Dr Lee Broughton, Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow at the University of Leeds, gives us an insight into his fellowship’s three-year research project, ‘Interpreting Representations of ‘North’ and ‘South’ in the Spaghetti West’.