Initial results from 'Digital Tools in the Service of Difficult Heritage: How Recent Research Can Benefit Museums and their Audiences'.
The Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures will launch a series of films made by children of Tsakane at the prestigious event at London's Royal Academy.
This event is part of the Sadler Seminar Series "Remapping World Cinema for the Digital Age" and organised by Dr Thea Pitman. Starts at 10:00 am.
My main areas of research are Brazilian film culture and the broader context of World Cinema. I currently lead an AHRC-funded research network entitled Soft Power cinema and the BRICS.
The relationship between non-fiction "lifestyle" television and the wider heritage industry.