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Items where Division is "Film, Media and Journalism" and Year is 2014

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Book Chapter, Section or Conference Proceeding

NTAMPIZA, Kalina and ZIOGA, Polina (2014) The Interconnected Object: Are You at Home in a Network? In: Proceedings of First International Academic Conference on Places and Technologies 2014. University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade, pp. 936-943. ISBN 978-86-7924-114-6

TEMPLE, Michael (2014) A forum for fruitcakes and fascists: the saviour of mainstream journalism. In: The End of Journalism Version 2.0: Industry, Technology, Politics. Peter Lang, Oxford, pp. 192-208. ISBN 978-1-906165-48-2

ZIOGA, Polina, Chapman, Paul, Ma, Minhua and Pollick, Frank (2014) A Wireless Future: performance art, interaction and the brain-computer interfaces. In: Proceedings of ICLI 2014 -INTER-FACE: International Conference on Live Interfaces. Porto University, CECL & CESEM (NOVA University), MITPL (University of Sussex), Lisbon, pp. 220-230. ISBN 978-989-746-060-9

Conference or Workshop Item

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) Banned in the UK: Approaching the Industrial Analysis of "Video Nasty" Distribution. In: Industrial Approaches to Media: Methodological Gateway to Industry Studies, 5 June 2014, University of Nottingham. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) Coming Back from the Dead: Zombie Distribution and the Unofficial Franchise. In: Italian Horror Cinema, 9 May 2014, University of Bedfordshire. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) [Invited public lecture] From video collecting to contemporary cinema (with Johnny Walker - Northumbria University). In: Abertoir Horror Film Festival, November 15, 2014, Aberystwyth. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) A Murder Mystery in Black and Blue: Astra Video and the UK Distribution of Snuff. In: Cult Cinema and Technological Change, 15 April 2014, Aberystwyth University. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) Plastic Nostalgia: In Remembrance of the 'Video Nasty. In: Invited Speaker, October 2014, Birmingham City University. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) Reconfiguring the 'Merchants of Menace’. In: Archaeologies of Media and Film, 5 September 2014, University of Bradford. (Unpublished)

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) 'Strong Uncut Version': Censorship and Blame in VIPCO's Reissues of the "Video Nasties". In: International Film Studies Spring School, 9 April 2014, Gorizia, Italy. (Unpublished)

Book / Proceeding

Sentamu, John and THOMASON, Carmel (2014) John Sentamu's Hope Stories: 20 True Stories of Faith Changing Lives Today. Darton, Longman and Todd, London, UK. ISBN 978-0-232-53109-1

Artefact

GRAHAM, Fiona (2014) Graham,Fiona and Title Role Productions, Manchester and Channel 5, (2014) Britain's Worst Crimes: Stephanie Slater. [Artefact]

Show/Exhibition

EDGE, Caroline (2014) Digital archive recording a collaborative street photography project developed in response to Mass Observation's 1930s study of Bolton. [Show/Exhibition]

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) Nasty Tales Exhibition. [Show/Exhibition]

Composition

ESTIBEIRO, Marc (2014) Interventions. [Composition]

Other

GRAHAM, Fiona (2014) Britain's Worst Crimes: Jill Dando (2014). Title Role Productions, and Channel 5, Manchester.

MCKENNA, Mark (2014) 1984: Freedom and Censorship in the Media Conference. Sunderland University London Campus.

RUDGE, Peter (2014) Screening of the feature film The Confusion of Tongues. Grand Independent, Imax Theatre Birmingham.

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