B-Film is an interdisciplinary, international research centre at the University of Birmingham. It consists of a multi-disciplinary cohort of film scholars and collaborates with national and international universities and institutions. B-Film is defined by its research expertise, major research projects and its contribution to scholarship and film culture on a local and global scale.

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Posted 27 April 2018

Dr Kate Ince's latest book wins prize

Dr Kate Ince wins BAFTSS Best Monograph of 2017 prize for The Body and the Screen: female subjectivities in contemporary women's cinema (Bloomsbury 2017)

Posted 19 April 2018

Dr Kate Ince secures £36,000 AHRC Network grant

Dr Kate Ince, Reader in French Film and Gender Studies in the School of Languages, Cultures, Art History and Music, has secured a £36,000 AHRC Network grant to run the project 'Serge Daney and Queer Cinephilia.'

Posted 25 January 2018

The Mirror Not Easily Seen Through by Hui-Han Chen

Tarkovsky's Mirror has been widely regarded as his most enigmatic film, due to its non-linear storyline and the combination of newsreel footage with fictional filmic sequences, and his most autobiographical work, with the film based on true incidents which took place in Tarkovsky's life.

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