|Lecturer in Film Studies|
|Tel:||028 9097 3365|
|Address:||9 University Square|
Modules Convened: 2012-2013
?FLM2019: Introduction to Screenwriting
?FLM3007: Film Authorship
?FLM7013: Film Industries and Audiences
Theoretical and critical approach to screenwriting for film and comic books; Italian and French cinema; representation of space, tourism and travel in contemporary European cinema; game studies; Screen industries and genre cinema (in particular horror and comedy).
At the moment I am writing a book on the representation of travel in the cinema of Bernardo Bertolucci (Berghahan Books).
I am also the Principal Investigator of the AHRC Research Networking project “World Cinema On-Demand: Film Distribution and Education in the Streaming Media Era” (http://worldcinemaod.wordpress.com/)
for further information please go to www.stebaschiera.net
Bernardo Bertolucci’s Cinematic Journeys: 50 Years of Travel in Cinema and Culture (Oxford, New York: Berghahan Books, forthcoming 2013)
Articles in Journals:
‘Italian New Wave Revisited’ in Italian Studies (forthcoming, Nov. 2012)
‘Il basco di Fantozzi: cultura materiale e la commedia all’italiana degli anni ‘70’ Bianco & Nero, num 572, Autumn. 2012, pp. 39-48.
'Nostalgically Man dwells on this Earth. Objects and domestic space in The Royal Tenenbaums and The Darjeeling Ltd’ in New Review of Film and Television Studies (London, New York: Routledge), Volume 10(1), March 2012, pp.118-131.
·‘Once Upon a Time in Italy: Transnational Features of Genre Production, 1960s-1970s’, with Francesco Di Chiara, Film International Vol. 8, issue 6 (Bristol: Intellect, 2011). pp. 30-39.
·‘Il videogiocatore nelle serie TV’, Bianco & Nero, n 564, spring 2010.
Chapters in Edited Collections:
‘Vom Krimi zum Giallo: Mario Bavas SEI DONNE PER L'ASSASSINO/BLUTIGE SEIDE.’ In Tenöre, Touristen, Gastarbeiter. Deutsch-italienishe Filmbeziehungen, edited by Francesco Bono and Johannes Roschlau (Munich: Cinegraph - Richard Boorberg Verlag) pp. 169-179. 2011
· ‘The embodiment of the bourgeoisie. Body and social class in Pasolini’s Mamma Roma and Fassbinder’s Martha’ in Fabio Vighi and Alexis Nuselovici eds., Pasolini and Fassbinder: the European Legacy between Utopia and Nihilism (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010). pp. 65-82.
·‘Provincial towns and European metropolises. The province in Italian New Wave cinema’, in Patrick O'Donovan and Laura Rascaroli, eds, The Causes of Cosmpolitanism: Foundations, Models, Displacements (Peter Lang, 2010) pp. 293-311.
·‘A Postcard from the Grindhouse: Exotic Landscapes and Italian Holidays in Lucio Fulci’s Zombie and Ser-gio Martino’s Torso’, with Francesco Di Chiara, in John Cline and Rob Weiner, eds, Cinema Inferno (Scarecrow Press, 2010).
· ‘Beyond the Home: Domestic Space and Identity in the Cinema Of the Coen Brothers’, in Ruby Cheung and David Martin-Jones, eds, Cinema Identities and Beyond (Cambridge Scholar Publishing, 2009) pp. 156-168.
·‘The Thickness of the Panel: Narrative Layers and Complexification in Azzarello’s 100 Bullets’, in Leonardo Quaresima, Laura Sangalli and Federico Zecca, eds, Cinema and Comics. Affinities, Differences and New Forms of Interference (Udine: Forum edizioni, 2009) pp. 367-380.
· ‘Bertolucci’s The Grim Reaper: Rome as a New Wave city?’ in Richard Wrigley, ed., Cinematic Rome (Troubador publisher, 2008) pp. 85-96.
·‘Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool’, with Laura Rascaroli, in Thierry Jousse and Thierry Paquot, eds, La ville au cinéma (Paris: Editions Cahiers du cinéma, 2005) pp. 389 – 394.