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Beaumont, Alexander (2010) 'New Times' Television? Channel 4 and My Beautiful Laundrette. In: Hadley, Louisa and Ho, Elizabeth, (eds.) Thatcher and after: Margaret Thatcher and her afterlife in contemporary culture. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 53-74

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Chan, Melanie (2010) Beings in Japanese Cyberpunk Anime. Film and Film Culture, 5. pp. 28-51.

Chan, Melanie (2010) Twenty-First Century Gothic Representations of Post-Human Existence in Ghost in the Shell, Appleseed Ex-Machina and Vexille’. In: Cherry, D., Howell, P. and Ruddell, C., (eds.) 21st Century Gothic. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 85-98

Chan, Melanie (2008) Virtually Real and Really Virtual: Baudrillard’s Procession of Simulacrum and The Matrix. International Journal of Baudrillard Studies, 5 (2).

Clark, Roger and McDonald, Keith (2010) “A Constant Transit of Finding”: Fantasy as Realisation in Pan’s Labyrinth. Children's Literature in Education, 41 (1). pp. 52-63.

Clarke, Matthew (2018) Education beyond reason and redemption: A detour through the death drive. Pedagogy, Culture and Society.

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Evans, Anne-Marie (2012) Wharton's writings on screen. In: Edith Wharton in Context. Cambridge University Press, pp. 167-176

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Hall, Martin (2014) Is there any magic in the moonlight? Woody Allen and the absurdity of perfection. Comedy Studies, 5 (2). pp. 104-112.

Hall, Martin (2017) Roman Polanski's treatment of mutable identity in his film, The Tenant (1976). Cogent Social Sciences, 3 (1).

Hall, Martin (2013) The Silver Locusts on the Silver Screen: How Ray Bradbury’s Mars confronts the British-Art Cinema of the 1960s. In: McMillan, Gloria, (ed.) Orbiting Ray Bradbury’s Mars: biographical, anthropological, literary, scientific and other perspectives. London, McFarland and Co.

Hall, Martin (2015) “Thank God the French Exist” The referentiality in the formal elements of film. In: Szlezak, Klara and Wynter, D. E., (eds.) Deconstructing Harry’ in Referentiality and the films of Woody Allen. London, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 51-67

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Kerrigan, Finola and Dennis, Noel (2011) The secret jazz fan: a tale of sublimation featuring film and music. Arts Marketing: An International Journal, 1 (1). pp. 56-69.

Kramer, Kaley (2017) "How do you like my darkness now?": Women, Violence, and the 'Good Bad' Girl in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. In: Chappell, Julie and Young, Mallory, (eds.) Bad girls and transgressive women in popular television, fiction and film. USA, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 15-31

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Manghani, Sunil (2006) Public (re)visions: critical pictures of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Film International, 4 (6). pp. 16-27.

McDonald, Keith and Clark, Roger (2014) Guillermo del Toro : film as alchemic art. Bloomsbury

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Rawle, Steve (2010) Real-imagining terror in Battlestar Galactica: negotiating real and fantasy in BSG’s political metaphor. In: Kaveney, Roz and Stoy, Jennifer, (eds.) Battlestar Galactica: investigating flesh, spirit and steel (Investigating Cult TV Series). I B Taurus, pp. 129-154

Rawle, Steve (2010) Video killed the movie: cultural translation in Ringu and The Ring. In: Lacefield, Kristen, (ed.) The scary screen: media anxiety in the Ring. Ashgate, pp. 97-114

Rawle, Steven (2009) Hal Hartley and the Re-Presentation of Repetition. Film Criticism, 34 (1). pp. 58-75.

Rawle, Steven (2012) Hal Hartley’s “Look-out-Martin-Donovan’s-in the-house! shot”: The transformative cult indie star-director relationship and performance “idiolect”. In: Egan, Kate and Thomas, Sarah, (eds.) Cult Film Stardom: Offbeat Attractions and Processes of Cultification. Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 126-143

Rawle, Steven (2016) How Could You Possibly be a Hitchcocko-Herrmannian?: Digitally Re-narrativizing Collaborative Authorship. In: Rawle, Steven and Donnelly, Kevin J., (eds.) Partners in Suspense: Critical Essays on Bernard Herrmann and Alfred Hitchcock. Manchester University Press

Rawle, Steven (2012) Reconstructing the Past: Visual Virtuality in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. In: Sinha, Amresh and McSweeney, Terence, (eds.) Millennial Cinema: Memory in Global Film. Columbia University Press, pp. 37-54

Rawle, Steven (2015) Ringing One Missed Call: Franchising, transnational flows and genre production. East Asian Journal of Popular Culture, 1 (1). pp. 97-112.

Rawle, Steven (2018) Transnational Cinema : an introduction. Palgrave MacMillan

Rawle, Steven (2011) Transnational, Transgeneric, Transgressive: Tracing Miike Takashi’s Yakuza Cyborgs to Sukiyaki Westerns. Asian Cinema, 22 (1). pp. 83-98.

Rawle, Steven (2013) The Ultimate Super-Happy-Zombie-Romance-Murder-Mystery-Family-Comedy-Karaoke-Disaster-Movie-Part-Animated-Remake-All-Singing-All-Dancing-Musical-Spectacular-Extravaganza: Miike Takashi’s The Happiness of the Katakuris as “cult” hybrid”. In: Hunt, Leon, Lockyer, Sharon and Williamson, Milly, (eds.) Screening the Undead: Vampires and Zombies in Film and Television. London, IB Tauris, pp. 208-232

Rawle, Steven (2015) Waitress (2007): Tragedy and Authorship in an Indie ‘Meta-movie'. In: Perkins, Claire and Verevis, Constantine, (eds.) U.S Independent Filmmaking After 1989: Possible Films. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, pp. 177-186

Rawle, Steven (2016) The locality of Hal Hartley: the aesthetics and business of smallness. In: Rybin, Steve, (ed.) The Cinema of Hal Hartley: flirting with formalism. Columbia University Press

Rawle, Steven (2018) ‘Ōru kaijū dai shingeki (All monsters attack!): The regional and transnational exploitation of the kaijū eiga’. In: Provencher, Ken and Dillon, Mike, (eds.) Exploiting East Asian cinemas. Global exploitation cinemas . Bloomsbury, pp. 32-56

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Selway, Matt (2014) Gender, Melancholia and the ‘Fallen Woman’: Gendered Visions of Mental Illness in The Hours. In: Guimaraes Guerra, Lolita and Nicdao, Jose A., (eds.) Narratives of suffering, meaning and experience in a transcultural approach. Oxford, Inter-Disciplinary Press, pp. 95-104

Starzynski, Joanna Louise (2016) “We’re all in our private traps… and none of us can ever get out” (Psycho, Hitchcock, 1960) - How depictions of Identity and Alienation in the City vary within the films of Alfred Hitchcock. Masters thesis, York St John University.

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Yore, Sue (2015) 'Seeing Paradise in the Dust of the Streets': A Reflection on Student's Art Projects. In: Kim, Sebastian, Kollontai, Pauline and Yore, Sue, (eds.) Mediating Peace: Reconciliation Through Art, Music and Film. Cambridge Scholars, pp. 74-98

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