|School||Media, Arts and Design|
|Head||Prof Rosie Thomas|
Pucill, S. 2018. "Coming To Life" and Intermediality in the Tableaux Vivants of Magic Mirror and Confessions To The Mirror. in: Smith, V. and Hamlyn, N. (ed.) Experimental and Expanded Animation: New Perspectives and Practices Switzerland Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 231-255
Wyver, J. 2014. 'All the trimmings'? The transfer of theatre to television in adaptations of Shakespeare stagings. Adaptation. 7 (2), pp. 104-120. https://doi.org/10.1093/adaptation/apu020
Goddard, M. and Hogg, C. 2020. 'Introduction', Trans TV Dossier 3, Trans TV Re-evaluated (Part 1). Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies. 15 (2), pp. 162-164. https://doi.org/10.1177/1749602020918957
Tabrizian, M. 2015. 'Looking back' - on the young unemployed. Venice Biennial 09 May - 22 Nov 2015
Santos, M. and Da Fonseca Moreira Santos Maria 2015. (un)childhood: performing the voices and times of childhood through relational video-making. PhD thesis University of Westminster Faculty of Media, Arts and Design
Twomey, C. 2018. 100 Medals For The Future. The National Memorial Arboretum 11 Dec 2018 - 31 Mar 2019
Marsh, J. 2020. 2021 Venice Architecture Biennale - The British Mosque/Assembly. VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE May - Sep 2021
Stehlikova, T. Forthcoming. 4 Generations of Women.
Stehlikova, T. Forthcoming. 4 Generations of Women.
White, N. 2016. 9 Events - Royal College of Art. Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Arts, London 05 - 25 Mar 2016
Tsifouti, A., Triantaphillidou, S., Larabi, M.C., Bilissi, E. and Psarrou, A. 2015. A case study in identifying acceptable bitrates for human face recognition tasks. Signal Processing: Image Communication . 36, p. 14–28. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.image.2015.05.002
Hogg, C. 2020. A class act: an interview with Julie Hesmondhalgh on casting, representation and inclusion in British television drama. Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies. 15 (3), p. 302–311. https://doi.org/10.1177/1749602020934670
Pucill, S. 2021. A Dialogue with Claude Cahun: Between Photography and Film in Magic Mirror and Confessions to the Mirror. in: Knowles, K. and Schmid, M. (ed.) Cinematic Intermediality: Theory and Practice Edinburgh Edinburgh University Press.
Reynolds, L. 2014. A Feminist Chorus, Glasgow.
Machado, L. 2016. A palimpsest-image: place, space and film geographies. PhD thesis University of Westminster Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media
Cummings, P. 2018. A Ripening Surveillance - Material Environments exhibition. The Tetley, Leeds 04 May - 08 Jul 2018
Wright, A. 2012. A View From Inside. London White Card.
Wrigley, A. 2011. A wartime radio Odyssey: Edward Sackville-West and Benjamin Britten's The Rescue (1943). The Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media. 8 (2), pp. 81-103. https://doi.org/10.1386/rjao.8.2.81_1
Tsifouti, A., Triantaphillidou, S., Bilissi, E. and Larabi, M.C. 2013. Acceptable bit-rates for human face identification from CCTV imagery. in: Burns, P.D. and Triantaphillidou, S. (ed.) Image Quality and System Performance X SPIE.
Leeson, L. 2015. Active energy - London: capital / climate / culture. Deadline@Tate. Tate Modern 04 - 06 Dec 2015
Oppenheimer, J. 2013. Acts of Killing. The Danish Film Institute, Copenhagen 22 Aug - 20 Oct 2013
Jones, C.W. 2014. Advertising Tools and Techniques Appropriated to Construct the Global Brand Mr. Clean. 12th World Congress of the IASS/AIS. Sofia 16 - 20 Sep 2014 de Gruyter Mouton. https://doi.org/10.24308/iass-2014-062
Wrigley, A. 2005. Aeschylus' Agamemnon on BBC radio, 1946–1976. International Journal of the Classical Tradition. 12 (2), pp. 216-244. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02968958
Fusari, M. 2020. Aesthetics as Storytelling. Bristol Intellect.
Koksal, O. 2016. Aesthetics of Displacement: Turkey and its Minorities on Screen. Bloomsbury Academic.
Ingawanij, M.A. 2019. Aesthetics of Potentiality: Nguyen Trinh Thi's Essay Films . in: Reynolds, L. (ed.) Women Artists, Feminism and the Moving Image Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 151-164
Maziere, M. 2016. AFTER CHANTAL: An International Conference. After Chantal: An International Conference. University of Westminster 04 - 06 Nov 2016
Kempadoo, R. 2017. After Indenture: Three Photo Stories Roshini Kempadoo; Sharlene Khan; Wendy Nanan. Duke University Press. https://doi.org/10.1215/07990537-4156846
Maziere, M. 2016. Akerman_Maziere Rear Window - TV Interview . Broadcast
Pucill, S. 2017. Alchemy Film Festival, Scotland Official Selection: Confessions To The Mirror (16mm, col, 68min, 2016). Heart of Hawick, Scottish Borders 02 - 06 Mar 2017
Pucill, S. 2015. Alchemy Moving Image Art Festival, Official Selection. Haiwick, Scotland
Thomas, R. 2020. Alibaba’s Open Sesame: Unravelling the Islamicate in Oriental Fantasy Films. in: Bhaskar, I. and Allen, R. (ed.) Bollywood’s Islamicate Cinemas: Idioms, Cultures, Histories London and Delhi Intellect Books and Orient Blackswan.
White, N. 2017. All that is Data Melts into Air.
Thompson, Shirley 2017. All the World is Now Better Meets the Woman Who Refused to Dance. Diaspora Pavilion, Venice Bienale 09 May - 26 Nov 2017
Maziere, M. Maziere, M. (ed.) 2017. AMBIKA P3 CATALOGUES VOLUME 1/2/3/4. London University of Westminster.
White, N. 2020. An Atlas of Chronographic Things - (Time Machines - Part 1) . Trondheim, Norway
Goddard, M. 2017. An Exploration of the Non-Linear History of Immersive Media. An Exploration of the Non-Linear History of Immersive Media . ProjectR Wellington, New Zealand 30 - 30 Nov 2017
Wyver, J. 2016. An Intimate and Intermedial Form: Early Television Shakespeare from the BBC, 1937-39. in: Shakespeare Survey 69: Shakespeare and Rome Cambridge Cambridge University Press. pp. 347-360
Cummings, P. 2019. An Ugly Aside. Warwickshire
Matheson, N. 2016. Anatomical Fragments: Magritte, trauma and 'La Gâcheuse' [Fragments anatomiques : Magritte, le traumatisme et la gâcheuse]. Mélusine. XXXVI, pp. 97-112.