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Action Movies: The Cinema of Striking Back (Short Cuts (Wallflower)) by Harvey O'Brien
Animation – Genre and Authorship (Short Cuts) by Paul Wells
Avant-Garde Film: Forms, Themes and Passions (Short Cuts) by Michael O'Pray
Bio-pics : a life in pictures by Ellen Cheshire
British Social Realism – From Documentary to Brit Grit (Short Cuts) by Samantha Lay
Cinema and History: Screening the Past (Short Cuts) by Michael Chopra-Gant
Contemporary British Cinema: From Heritage to Horror (Short Cuts) by James Leggott
Costume and Cinema - Dress Codes in Popular Film (Short Cuts) by Sarah Street
Crime Films: Investigating the Scene (Short Cuts) by Kirstin Thompson
Disaster Movies: The Cinema of Catastrophe (Short Cuts) by Stephen Keane
Documentary: The Margins of Reality (Short Cuts) by Paul Ward
Early Cinema: From Factory Gate to Dream Factory (Short Cuts) by Simon Popple
Early Soviet Cinema- Innovation, Ideology and Propaganda (Short Cuts) by David Gillespie
Fantasy Cinema: Impossible Worlds on Screen (Short Cuts) by David Butler
Feminist Film Studies: Writing the Woman into Cinema (Short Cuts) by Janet McCabe
Film and Philosophy: Images of Wisdom (Short Cuts) by Adrian Page
Film and Philosophy: Taking Movies Seriously (Short Cuts) by Daniel C. Shaw
Film Editing: The Art of the Expressive (Short Cuts) by Valerie Orpen
Film Genre: From Iconography to Ideology by Barry Keith Grant
Film Noir: From Berlin to Sin City (Short Cuts) by Mark Bould
Film Programming: Curating for Cinemas, Festivals, Archives (Short Cuts) by Peter Bosma
Film Theory: Creating a Cinematic Grammar (Short Cuts) by Felicity Colman
Film Violence: History, Ideology, Genre (Short Cuts) by James Kendrick
The French New Wave: A New Look (Short Cuts) by Naomi Greene
German expressionist cinema : the world of light and shadow by Ian Roberts
Heritage Film: Nation, Genre and Representation (Short Cuts) by Belén Vidal
The Horror Genre: From Beelzebub to Blair Witch (Short Cuts) by Paul Wells
International Politics and Film: Space, Vision, Power (Short Cuts) by Sean Carter
Melodrama: Genre, Style and Sensibility (Short Cuts) by John Mercer
Mise-en-scene: Film Style and Interpretation (Short Cuts) by John Gibbs
Music in Film: Soundtracks and Synergy (Short Cuts) by Pauline Reay
The Musical: Race, Gender and Performance (Short Cuts) by Susan Smith
New Chinese Cinema – Challenging Representation (Short Cuts) by Sheila Cornelius
New Digital Cinema: Reinventing the Moving Image (Short Cuts) by Holly Willis
New German Cinema: The Images of a Generation (Short Cuts) by Julia Knight
The New Hollywood: From Bonnie and Clyde to Star Wars (Short Cuts) by Peter Kramer
New Korean Cinema: Breaking the Waves (Short Cuts) by Darcy Paquet
New Queer Cinema: Beyond the Celluloid Closet (Short Cuts) by Robin Griffiths
Production Design - Architects of the Screen (Short Cuts) by Jane Barnwell
Psychoanalysis and Cinema: The Play of Shadows (Short Cuts) by Vicky Lebeau
Queer Cinema: Schoolgirls, Vampires, and Gay Cowboys (Short Cuts) by Barbara Mennel
Reading Hollywood: Spaces and Meanings in American Film (Short Cuts) by Deborah Thomas
Religion and Film: Cinema and the Re-Creation of the World (Short Cuts) by S. Brent Plate
Romantic Comedy: Boy Meets Girl Meets Genre (Short Cuts) by Tamar Jeffers McDonald
Scenario : the craft of screenwriting by Tudor Gates
Science Fiction Cinema: From Outerspace to Cyberspace (Short Cuts) by Geoff King
Shakespeare on Film: Such Things as Dreams are Made of (Short Cuts) by Carolyn Jess-Cooke
The Star System: Hollywood's Production of Popular Identities (Short Cuts) by Paul McDonald
Teen Movies: American Youth on Screen (Short Cuts) by Timothy Shary
The Vampire Film: Undead Cinema (Short Cuts) by Jeffrey Weinstock
War Cinema: Hollywood on the Front Line (Short Cuts) by Guy Westwell
The Western Genre: From Lordsburg to Big Whiskey (Short Cuts) by John Saunders
Women's Cinema – The Contested Screen (Short Cuts) by Alison Butler
Italian Neorealism: Rebuilding the Cinematic City (Short Cuts) by Mark Shiel31

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