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Beautiful penitent whore: the desecrated celebrity of Mary Magdalene
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2020-03-01)
Lasting Screen Stars Images that Fade and Personas that Endure
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2016-04-17)
Through a selection of chapters that look at issues such as inappropriate ageing, national identity and physical characteristics, this book will be the first volume to consider in depth and breadth the factors that affect ...
Lost in Translation
Sofia Coppola’s first feature-length original screenplay, for which she won an Academy Award, is a contemplative study of alienation and stasis, which manages to be both joyful and melancholy. Lost in Translation features ...
Mary Magdalene and Murdochian Film Phenomenology
For Iris Murdoch, the cinema shows ‘human character on display at the point where spirit and matter are most intensely fused’ – that is, in the human face. Murdoch realises that cinema is an art of intensified consciousness, ...
Iris Murdoch and Feminism
Iris Murdoch's complicated relationship with feminism.
'The brunette with the legs': the significance of footwear in Marnie
(Edinburgh University Press, 2020)
This book anaylses their significnace through a range of approaches drawn from the fields of Film Studies, Philosophy, Cultural History, Fashion, Cultural Studies and Politics.
The Potent Sexuality of the Middle-Aged Woman: Alice Aisgill, Karen Stone, Zee Blakeley, and Ruby
This chapter will examine the sexuality of the older women characters in The Roman Spring of Mrs Stone (Jose Quintero, 1961), Room at the Top (Jack Clayton, 1959), and Zee & Co. (Brian G. Hutton, 1972). Each film focuses ...
Introduction: Film-Philosophy and Stardom