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  • Pearson, Mike; Brookes, Michael (2007)
    A series of original sound compositions – combining spoken word, music and effects – inspired by, and set at, three locations in the agricultural landscape of North Lincolnshire: Snitterby Carrs, Hibaldstow Carrs, Horkstow ...
  • Brookes, Michael; Pearson, Michael John (2001)
    'Carrying Lyn' was commissioned by Chapter, Cardiff and performed in the arts centre and on the city streets. The work was realised within the context of Mike Brookes and Mike Pearson's long term collaboration, under the ...
  • Karoline (Brill Publishers, 2005-12-01)
    Genealogies of Identity examines issues of sex and sexuality across a range of critical and cultural perspectives. The volume considers historically specific discourses of sex and sexuality, their effect within public ...
  • Barker, Martin (2009)
    This article presents a series of key findings from the international Lord of the Rings project, around the meanings and implications for audiences of choosing to describe the films as a „Spiritual Journey‟. Drawing on a ...
  • Griffiths, Laura Merris (2005)
    Using a selection of toy commercials that were designed and drawn (as part of a small-scale research study) by a sample of primary school children between the ages of 7 and 11 years, this article aims to demonstrate and ...
  • Birgit; Nancy; Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies; Film and Television Research (I.B. Tauris, 2011)
    Alexander Sokurov's Russian Ark is generally acclaimed as a milestone in cinematography. In this film, Sokurov reversed the idea of montage, creating instead the sensation of an uninterrupted flow of time encompassing three ...
  • Club Luz 
    Ladd, Eddie (2002)
  • Ladd, Eddie (ROH2 at the Royal Opera House, 2007-08)
    Much of Eddie Ladd’s work deals with themes of colonialism and the survival of small nations. It’s an essay on foot that has the performer trying to reconnect with Welsh history through dance and movement analysis. Featuring ...
  • Creeber, Glen (University Press of Kentucky, 2011-09-01)
  • Banham, S. (Quarantine Theatre Company, 2008)
  • Stephen (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012-06-01)
    This book examines queer performance in Britain since the early 1990s, arguing for the significance of emerging collaborative modes of practice. Using queer theory and the history of early lesbian and gay theatre to examine ...
  • Pett, Emma (Aberystwyth UniversityTheatre, Film and Television Studies, 2014)
    Abstract A Contested Genre: British Audiences and Asian Extreme Films This thesis explores the reception and fandom of Asian Extreme films in the UK over the last twelve years. It draws on the findings of a research ...
  • Jon; Heike; C. J. W. -L; Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies; Performance Research (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012-06-22)
    Paperback edition of McKenzie, Roms and Wee (2010) Contesting Performance; with a new preface by Maaike Bleeker
  • Michael Jonathan; Michael John (2012-08)
    Status: Developed and performed in Wales; with an initial run of performances from the 8th to 18th August 2012; and staged in Hangar 858, RAF St. Athan, South Wales. Commissioned and produced by National Theatre Wales (NTW) ...
  • Centre for Performance (Unknown Publisher, 2005)
    Despite an early emphasis in our work upon the potential for creative interplay between archive and studio, the actual chronicle of CLT and CPR work has been partial and the documentation of process fragmentary. For this ...
  • Harindranath, Ramaswami; Barker, Martin; Arthurs, Jane (Wallflower Press, 2001)
    Between 1996–97 an almost unprecedented campaign was mounted in the British press against on one film: David Cronenberg’s Crash. What motivated this campaign? What can it tell us about British film culture? What impact did ...
  • Martin (2003-03)
    In 1996 David Cronenberg’s film of J.G. Ballard’s Crash led to a huge controversy in Britain, much of which turned on claims of what the film might do to its audience, claims which were the subject of a major ESRC-funded ...
  • Barker, Martin (2002)
    It is now four years since the considerable crisis that pervaded British cinema politics finally juddered to a halt as David Cronenberg's Crash (1996) was released at last to the screens, uncut as an '18'. The controversy ...
  • Sexton, Jamie (2006)
    This paper examines the film Space is the Place, a 1974 science-fiction film starring jazz maverick Sun Ra. I determine why the film has attained cult status, and demonstrate how an understanding of Sun Ra's particular ...

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