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.
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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.
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’.
Kristyn Gorton reviews the BFI National Archive’s compilation of suffragettes in early silent film.
Dr. Deimantas Valančiūnas reviews Rachel Dwyer’s book on India through the lens of popular Hindi film.
Dr Glyn Davis reviews Patti Gaal-Holmes’ account of experimental British film in the 1970s.
Dr Sarah Barrow reviews Stephen Hart’s account of Latin American cinema from its origins to the present day.
Jamie Sexton reviews Sarah Piazza’s book on one of America’s most revered independent filmmakers.