This year the Centre for World Cinemas and Digital Cultures has partnered with the 31st Leeds International Film Festival to deliver a series of international events called 'Voicing Hidden Histories'.
Dr Thea Pitman has been awarded an AHRC grant for her project 'Sumak Kawsay and the Sustainable Development Agenda: Critical Debates & Creative Responses from a Latin American Indigenous Perspective".
Film Screening and Q&A with film director. Starts at 4:00 pm.
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.