Dr Ian Goode
- Senior Lecturer (Theatre, Film & Television Studies)
Contemporary Scottish and British film and television, particularly representations of the past, and auto/biographical representation. Developments in non-fiction/documentary television and debates about self-presentation, cultural value, national culture and related film & television institutions. Film exhibition in non-theatrical/makeshift spaces, the idea of rural cinema and related developments in film/cinema history.
Current research includes a project concerned with mapping the history, reception and geography of the cinema in rural Scotland.
- Forrest, Scott
‘Past is Prologue:’ Devolution, Independence, and the Scottish Film Industry
- He, Rong
Self-presentation of a Ukrainian Refugee Family in Social Media: A Journey of Exploration with Documentary Filmmaking
- Li, Xin
Characters with mental problems in Western TV series and Chinese audiences
- McGlynn, Amanda
The use of secret filming in investigative programmes (2000 – 2020) Does secretly recorded footage offer a more realistic portrayal of events?
- Song, Ningning
Creative Practice as Research: Exploring Storytelling With Virtual Reality In 360-Degrees Documentary