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Centre for Film Studies

Centre for Film Studies Research Students

PhD students currently working on Film Studies Related Topics being supervised by members of the Centre
Helen Ashton
Helen Ashton

Listening to Indian Accented English in Film (1960-2013)

Angela Becher
Angela Becher

China’s urban monumentality in contemporary fiction, cinema and art


Eddie Bertozzi
Eddie Bertozzi

One Step Forward Into Reality: Redefining the Realist Style in Contemporary Chinese Cinema

Kate Bolgar Smith
Kate Bolgar Smith

Soundtracks of the City: Listening to Film Music of the African Diaspora in Paris and London


Lawrence Carter
Lawrence Carter

Going Global: Studio Ghibli, Anime and the Popularisation of a Global Genre

Chanokporn Chutikamoltham
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Ideological state apparatus and the return of the repressed: the study of Thai school textbooks and Thai low culture


Kerstin Fooken
Kerstin Fooken

Japanese Cinema in Times of profound socio-economic Change: The Image of the Modern Girl in the visual Culture of interwar Japan

Irene Gonzalez Lopez
Irene Lopez Gonzalez

Prostitution in Postwar Japanese Cinema


Eleanor Halsall
Eleanor Halsall

The Indo-German beginnings of Bombay Talkies, 1925-1939

Zebunnisa Hamid
Zebunnisa Hamid

Imaginaries and Industries of New Emerging Pakistani Cinema and Television


Iris Haukamp
Iris Haukamp

A Foreigner's Dream of Japan: The struggle over power and authenticity in a German-Japanese coproduction

Alicia Izharuddin
Alicia Izharuddin

Construction of 'new' Muslim femininities and masculinities in post-New Order cinema


Sareh Javid
Sareh Javid

The Traveller: A philosophical Journey through Cinema

Veluree Metaveevinij
Veluree Metaveevinij

(Re)constructing Thainess on screen: Government Policies towards Thai Cinema during 2001-2012


Art Mitchells-Urwin
Art Mitchells-Urwin

Pornography Consumption of Diasporic Thais: Shifting and Static Responses to Power and the Erotic

Akiko Nagata
Akiko Nagata

An Analysis of Family and Gender Roles in Japanese Television Drama


How Wee Ng
How Wee Ng

Worrying about the Audience: The Discourse of Television Drama Censorship in Postsocialist China