The MIPMC Research Group at Northumbria University provides a hub for staff and postgraduate researchers who are engaged with the analysis of the moving image and popular media in all its forms, from theoretical, historical, practice-based, industrial and empirical/sociological perspectives
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Research Seminars and Events

Past events

4 March 2020
Media@NU PGR Lightning Talks
A series of short presentations by current Northumbria PhD students
Craig Clark: Early Interventions in the Depiction of Psychedelic Culture in US Screen Media
Stuart Frazer: Positive and Negative Representations of Tyneside’s Working-Class in ITV’s The Dwelling Place
Tom May: Aesthetics and Style in Play for Today
Ami Nisa: Remakes, Recycling and the Paranormal Activity Meme in Found Footage Horror

19 February 2020
Cecilia Stenbom (Northumbria)
Screening and discussion of recent and current projects

5 February 2020
Melanie Hoyes (British Film Institute)
The Power of Data: The True Landscape of Diversity in the UK Film Industry

11 December 2019
Becky Bartlett (Glasgow)
Hey Hey, We’re Not Monkeys: Gorilla Men in the Movies

24 October 2019
Evelyn Preuss (Yale) 
Have No Illusion: Konrad Wolf’s Cinema of (Dis)Affect

16 October 2019
Sarah Bowman (Northumbria)
The unfathomable and liminal practice of organisational communications’ 

30 October 2020
Ben Lamb (Teesside)
Assessing changes to the welfare state:  An investigation into the effects of alternative regional media on local services and recipients of care in North East England.