Film Studies Publications


Research within Film Studies Publications explores the art of cinema from a multidisciplinary perspective, examining the history of film, visual and musical components and gender and sexuality.


Submissions from 2006

Feelings and Faith in Krzysztof Kieslowski’s Decalogue (1988) in the Context of Recent Theories of Empathy in Cinema, Janina Falkowska

Why Do I Return to Krzysztof Kieslowski?, Janina Falkowska

Flammenzeichen und Versöhnung. Die Sonne Asien (D 1920, R: Carl Eduard Heuberger), Tobias Nagl


Not in the Hardware Aisle, Please: Same-Sex Marriage, Anti-Gay Activism and My Fabulous Gay Wedding, Wendy Gay Pearson

(Re)reading James Tiptree's And I Awoke and Found me Here on the Cold Hill Side, Wendy Gay Pearson

Black Queer Filmmaking, Joe Wlodarz

Submissions from 2005

Arno Holz vs. Thomas Mann: Media Fantasies of Modernism, Janelle Blankenship

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari: Radical Modernism or Commercialism?, Paul Coates

From the Immediate to the Transcendent: The Liminal Image: The Films of Krzysztof Kieślowski, Paul Coates

The Red and the White: The Cinema of People's Poland, Paul Coates

The Road to New European Identities in Austrian Cinema, Janina Falkowska

Imaging Canada: The Singing Mountie and Other Commodifications of Nation, Chris Gittings

Louis Brody and the Black Presence in German Film before 1945. A Biographical Sketch, Tobias Nagl

'Von fremder Rasse durchsetzt'. Stereotypen in Schwarz-Weiβ, Tobias Nagl


Maximum Insecurity: Genre Trouble and Closet Erotics in and out of HBO's Oz, Joe Wlodarz

Submissions from 2004

East-Central European Cinema: Beyond the Iron Curtain, Paul Coates

Knife in the Water/Nóż w wodzie, Paul Coates

Man of Marble/Człowiek z marmuru, Paul Coates

Ashes and Diamonds, Janina Falkowska

Polish Baroque in the Thick of Europe: The Reception of Andrzej Wajda’s Films, Janina Falkowska

Die Wacht am Rhein: Rasse und Rassismus in der Filmpropropaganda gegen die ‘schwarze Schmach‘ (1921-23), Tobias Nagl

Reflektionen über das Kodieren/Dekodieren-Modell: Ein Interview mit Stuart Hall, Tobias Nagl

'Sieh mal den schwarzen Mann!': Komparsen afrikanischer Herkunft im deutschsprachigen Kino vor 1945, Tobias Nagl

Topographien der Transgression: Fritz Kortners Der brave Sünder (1931) und die Repräsentation afroamerikanischer Performer im Weimarer Kino, Tobias Nagl

…und lass mich filmen und Tanzen bloß um mein Brot zu verdienen’: Schwarze Komparsen und Kinoöffentlichkeit in der Weimarer Republik, Tobias Nagl