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Manishita Dass, RHUL
Hindi & Bengali cinema; South Asian media & cultural history;
film historiography; theories of national, transnational, & world cinema; film & politics; modernisms; audiences; postcolonial theory.

Lindiwe Dovey, SOAS
African cinemas, screen media and video film industries (including North Africa); African film in relation to literary adaptation, violence, exile/immigration, performance arts, anthropology, religion, history.

Tony Dowmunt, Goldsmiths
Autobiographical documentary and video diaries; 'alternative media'.

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Eugene Doyen, Queen Mary
Creativity and its development in relation to storytelling, scriptwriting, direction. Cinematography; history and practice. Crimewriting both fiction and true crime.
Charles Drazin, Queen Mary
British film history (including the Documentary Movement, the Free Cinema and the British 'New Wave'); French film history; transnational cinema; the career of Alberto Cavalcanti.
Rachel Dwyer, SOAS
Hindi cinema: Indian film magazines and popular fiction; love and eroticism (the 'wet sari'); visual culture (sets, locations and costumes); Yash Chopra.

Richard Dyer , King's
Entertainment, representation, film music (Nino Rota, Lena Horne, blaxsploitation), Italian cinema and the serial killer in European cinema.

John Ellis , RHUL
Media theory; television (especially UK), its organizations and independent production, documentary, drama and light entertainment; and British cinema of the 1940s-50s.

Joanna Evans, UCL
Contemporary Spanish cinema; gender studies; psychoanalysis.

Peter Evans , Queen Mary
Spanish , Hollywood, and British cinema: Bigas Luna, Almodovar, Bunuel, Hollywood Romantic Comedy, the Hollywood Musical, Biblical Epic, Carol Reed.

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Victor Fan, King's
World cinemas; Chinese cinema and media; contemporary Hollywood; world film theory; queer theories and histories.

Natalie Fenton , Goldsmiths
The media, identities, democracies, and social progress; media and resistance; cultural studies approaches and social scientific approaches to the study of media, culture and society..
John Foot , UCL
Italian cinema; documentary.
Des Freedman , Goldsmiths
Media and communications policy; theories of media transformation and the 'new media revolution'.
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