As a new Halloween film is released, Andrew M. Butler considers the original film and its impact. Forty years ago, Michael Myers came home. And he’s been […]
James Newton looks at the latest in a line of female reboots.
A one day symposium, Exploitation Cinema in the 21st Century, takes place in the Powell Lecture Theatre, Canterbury Christ Church University, on June 9th 2017.
Dr James Newton is organising a one day symposium exploring the individual films, cycles, genres and traditions of exploitation cinema since the turn of the century in the School of […]
Bryan Hawkins is curating Dialogic Imaginations, a series of practice-based research events within the School of Media Art and Design at Canterbury Christ Church University. The first two events are:
Senior Lecturer in Art, James Frost, has published an article on the Czech filmmaker Jan Švankmajer. It is available to read through open access.
Dr Anna Claydon will be visiting Canterbury to discuss Music and Disability in Film. Canterbury Christ Church University School of Media Art and Design Research Seminars 2016-2017 11 January 2017 1.00pm-2.15pm The Creative […]
Dr James Newton is organising a symposium on contemporary exploitation cinema at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Sinéad Murphy (King’s College, London) will talk about Palestinian artist, photographer, filmmaker and installation artist Larissa Sansour as part of our research seminar series. Canterbury Christ Church University School of Media […]