A selection of current postgraduate students and topics:

  • Zakiah Aldeeb Egypt Newspapers
  • Edward Amsden The one with the Napping Partner
  • Ana Antunes A Playground in the Cemetry: Children, Horror, and Children's Horror
  • Irene Baena-Cuder Teenage horror films and its negative influence under the gender perspective
  • William Bingham Blood and Brown: exploring mascullnity in the contemporary American horror remake
  • Anna Blagrove Cultural Cinema without borders: a study of UK
  • Peter Bloore -
  • Oliver Brooks 'Who are ya. Who are ya?' - How identities are constructed, maintained and challenged in contemporary English football culture
  • Oliver Brooks Football and identity
  • Miriam Bross Mainstreaming Gender - The Transformation of Gender Roles in the Process of Film Adaptation
  • Shane Brown A Comparative Study of Queer Representations in European and American Films, 1894-1934
  • Llewella Burton Interpretation as Practice: Reconstructing the Heritage film debate in Representations of Royalty Past and Present
  • Lisabeth Bylina Remakes of British comedic programmes in the US
  • Victoria Cann Youth and Gender Identity
  • Kristiene Clarke What is going on in documentary film
  • Filiz Coban Media and IR
  • Rebecca Collings Shedding light on dark comedy: an examination od audience reaction to the dark comedies shown on BBC Two and BBC Three in early - 2000's
  • Helena Louise Dare-Edwards Girlhood, media and 'Girlie Feminism': A Theoretical and Ethnographic study of contemporary girl culture media
  • Antonio Degouveia The End of the World as They Know it; Hollywood's New Religious Apocalypse
  • Benjamin Derhy Kurtz The Industry of Success: Study of the key elements pertaining to the success of TV series from an industrial perspective, and analysis of the performing communication strategies in exporting it on a global level.
  • Carolyn Ellam 'A Very British Fantasy?': Analysis of Fantasy Film in British Cinema.
  • Hannah Ellison Gender and Authority in American Crime Drama (2005-2010)
  • Viviane Fluck Media and disasters
  • Paul Frith The Censorship of the Horror Movie in Britain during the 1940's
  • Mark Fryers The Navy and 'Naval spaces' in British cinema 1930 - 2012
  • Stephanie Fuller Motion Pictures and Mobilities: Crossing the US-Mexico Border in Film
  • Shaifali Gautam -
  • Ruchika Gurung -
  • Sophie Halliday Representations of Gender and Subjectivity in 21st Century American Science Fiction Television
  • Charles Hamel-Cooke -
  • Juliette Harkin Syrian media
  • Julia Havas Representations of Feminism(s) in Contemporary US Television
  • Natalie Haygarth -
  • Richenda Herzig Bourdieu and the internet
  • Sarah Hill Examining the representations of women in female-centred British films between 2000 - 2012
  • Erica Horton 'Make me Laugh'
  • Ekky Imanjaya Cult Movies
  • Rebecca Innes The meaning and role of community cinema in Rural Norfolk
  • Timothy Jones Institutional Animation Culture in India
  • Miriam Kent Representation of Women in marvel superhero films
  • Michael Konstantellis -
  • Wei Li Branding Theory in Media
  • Bing-Ting Liu Film Imports and Cultural Policy in Chian since the 90's
  • Michael Lovelock Interrogating the politics of LGBTQ celebrity in reality television.
  • Harley Lyle An account and analysis of the culture, practices and assumptions of film industry's development practitioners
  • Ksenia Malykh Researching the audience for online video: content, technology and everyday life
  • Robert Manning Readjusting the Maladjusted: An examination of 'Film Noir' in its Original Contexts
  • Despoina Mantziari Seeing the Bigger Picture:A Study in Feminist Filmmaking around the World
  • Kingsley Marshall  Something to do with Noise: The Triangulation of Film Sound
  • Anna Martonfi British Satire Boom of the Early 1960s, its causes and its Impact on Eastern European Comedy Traditions
  • Linda Mccarthy -
  • Sarolta Mezei -
  • Nina Mickwitz Sequential Graphic Narrative as a Documentary Medium
  • Stephen Mitchell Deconstructing the "American Dream": Relocating American Independent Cinema
  • Dolores Moreno The problematic relationship between the screenplay manuals and award-winning films at film festivals
  • Claire Mortimer Spinister, Matrons and Viragos: The role of the older woman in British Comedy Films
  • Gopalan Mullik Film Theory and the Classical Indian Concepts
  • George Musgrave Cultural Entrepreneurs
  • Jennifer Oey Practicing Adaptation: One Script, Five Films
  • Susan Okokon Government strategies on Race-Propaganda and censorship 1935-45: The implications for diverse content within UK archives
  • Philippa ParnellMale Stars, Masculinity and the Romantic Comedy in the 21st Century.'
  • Susan Pearlman Majority on the margins: Cultural Constructions of Adolescence in Contemporary Popular Culture
  • Thomas Phillips The Reception and Categorisation of the Films of Kevin Smith
  • Alexander Plowman Representations of liverness in rock music media between 1967-1970
  • Toby Reynolds Father-Hunger and Reconfiguring Masculinities within the Corpus of Sam Mendes, Jacques Audiard and Paul Thomas Anderson
  • Adam Scales The Monster Among Us: The Horror film, audience reception and mediations of homosexuality
  • Matthew Selway Cinematic Representations of Mental Illness & Disorders
  • Sakalacharyage Senehedheera The portrayals of Ethnic Minority Children in British Television News
  • Alireza Shafiee The Capabilities of Hypermedia for Interactive Storytelling
  • Shin-Yuu Shen Post-Feminism in Asian Countries: Post-Feminism with Taiwanese fiction and film
  • Maja Simunjak Croatia Media Politics
  • Marisa Smith -
  • Phillip Smith American sound serial and their audiences
  • John Stephens -
  • Martin Tease Diversity in film and black cinematic representation
  • Rhys Thomas Liminal Identity in Contemporary American Science Fiction Television
  • Edwin Vollans 'Before and after viewing: film trailers and the audience'
  • Qingning Wang Internet in China
  • Timothy Whittlesea M.A.S.H, Catch 22, Kelley's Heroes and Combat Comedy's Relationship with the Vietnam War
  • Ellen Wright Objectification or Agency?  Glamour, War and the Hollywood Pin-Up, 1939-1949
  • Jonathan Wroot The Distribution and Marketing of Different DVD Editions of Japanese Films in the UK
  • Xin Yao Transnational Chinese Cinema and Audiences