British Urban Cinema: Race, Identity & the Geographicality of Representation
- 7:00 pm
03 March 2020
University of Exeter | FREE
Queen's Lecture Theatre 2, Queen's Building,
Dr Clive James Nwonka is a Fellow in Film Studies in the Department of Sociology at the London School of Economics and Political Science. His trip to Exeter as a Visiting Researcher is funded by a stipend from The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum.
Clive’s work explores issues of realism, race, class and representation in British and American cinema, and the institutional frameworks of the British film and TV industries.
His published research includes writings on contemporary social realism, Black British cinema, film and architecture, and diversity policy.
He is the co-editor of Black Film British Cinema II (2020) and author of the forthcoming book, Black Boys: The Aesthetics of British Urban Cinema (Bloomsbury Academic, 2020)