The following is a selected list of research outputs produced by partners within the Chinese Film Forum UK which have emerged out of the productive collaboration within the network.
Robert Hamilton (2008) ‘The World According to Jia Zhangke’, Arkansas Philological Association Annual Meeting, Fort Smith, USA, 18 October.
Robert Hamilton (2010) ‘The Melbourne Controversy’, Impure Cinema conference, Leeds Art Gallery, 1 to 4 December.
Felicia Chan (2011) ‘Presenting China: Zhang Yimou’s Shifting Visual Politics’. Representing China: From the Jesuits to Zhang Yimou, Centre for Chinese Studies, University of Manchester, 18 to 20 May.
Felicia Chan and Andy Willis (2011) ‘British Chinese Cinema and the struggle for recognition, even on the margins’. Screen Studies Conference 2011, University of Glasgow, 1 to 3 July.
Felicia Chan and Andy Willis (2011) ‘British Chinese Cinema and the struggle for recognition, even on the margins’, Contesting British Chinese Culture: Forms, Histories, Identities conference, University of Reading, 24 to 25 September.
Felicia Chan and Andy Willis (2011) ‘Manchester’s Chinese Arts Centre: A Case Study in Strategic Cultural Intervention’, Contesting British Chinese Culture: Forms, Histories, Identities conference, University of Reading, 24 to 25 September.
Felicia Chan and Andy Willis (2012) ‘Re-imagining transnational Chinese filmmaking: The case of Po-Chih Leong’, Imagining Chinese Cinemas in the 21st Century, University of Exeter, 9 to 11 July.
Invitations to speak
Felicia Chan (2009) Documentary Festival: Taiwan Study Day, White Rose East Asia Centre, University of Leeds, 14 November.
Robert Hamilton (2012) Introduction and post-screening Q&A to 24 City, Dublin Chinese New Year Film Festival, 25 January.
Felicia Chan (2012) ‘Memory and the witness in 24 City: Jia Zhangke’s cosmopolitan cinema’, Memory and the Witness in Chinese-Language Cinema, Ricefield Chinese Arts and Cultural Centre and the University of Glasgow, 28 January 2012.
Sarah Perks (2012) ‘Marxism Revisited: Representations in contemporary art and film’, Das Kapital Neulesen – Annäherungen an Marx in Film, Kunst und Theater: Museum on Paper, Iberia Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China, March.
Felicia Chan (2012) ‘Backstage/onstage cosmopolitanism: Jia Zhangke’s The World’, Dislocations: The Films of Jia Zhangke, University of Sussex, 14 June.
Andrew Willis (2009) ‘Hong Kong Cinema Since 1997′, Film International, 7.4.
Sarah Perks, ed. (2009) ‘Editorial Issue 40: Hong Kong Cinema Since 1997′, Film International, 7.4.
Sarah Perks (2009) ‘Visible Secrets: Hong Kong’s Women Filmmakers’, Film International, 7.4.
Andrew Willis (2010) ‘Cinema curation as practice and research: the Visible Secrets project as a model for collaboration between art cinemas and academics’, Screen 51:2. 161–67.
Robert Hamilton (2011) ‘Into the West: Chinese Film and Western Film Festivals’, Film Ireland, December.
Felicia Chan (2012)‘From world cinema to World Cinema: Wong Kar-wai’s Ashes of Time and Ashes of Time Redux’. Theorizing World Cinema. Eds. Rajinder Dudrah, Lucia Nagib and Chris Perriam. London: IB Tauris. 93–110.
Felicia Chan and Andy Willis (2012) ‘Articulating British Chinese experiences on-screen: Soursweet and Ping Pong’. Journal of Chinese Cinemas 6.1. 27–40.
Andrew Willis (2012) ‘Painted Skin: Negotiating Mainland China’s Fear of the Supernatural’, Asian Cinema 22.1. 20–30.