The CWC Research Seminar Series 2014-15 will be focused on 'Situating the Popular in World Cinemas'.
The Languages for the Future project expands with three further websites.
Find out more about our undergraduate courses at our open days. You can chat with staff and students, attend subject talks and taster lectures, visit our accommodation and explore the campus. Starts at 9:00 am.
Professor Ginette Vincendeau will be giving a talk at Leeds on 15 October. Starts at 4:00 pm.
Cinematic representations of left-wing terrorism and '1968' in Germany; the cultural memory of the Rote Armee Fraktion; Weimar Cinema; Post-Wall and New German Cinema; the 'Berlin School'; genre
Family, Rebellion, Desire: The Representation of Women in Early Postwar Japanese Cinema