Research Publications for Kyle Barrett

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  • Barrett, K. (2017). Smashing the small screen: David Lynch, Twin Peaks and reinventing television. In E. Hoffman, & D. Grace (Eds.), Approaching Twin Peaks: Critical Essays on the Original Series (pp. 47-64). McFarland.

  • Barrett, K. (2017). Bracketting Noir: Narrative and masculinity in the long goodbye. MeCCSA, 10(2), 45-55. Retrieved from http://ojs.meccsa.org.uk/index.php/netknow/issue/view/genderandthescreenplay

  • Barrett, K. (2017). Re-thinking Scotland as a transnational cinema: Social realism, creative practice and micro-budget production. In Multivoicedness in European Cinema: Representation, Industry, Politics. Conference held at University College Cork, Ireland.

  • Barrett, K. (2017). Mad Max: Fury Road - Challenging narrative and gender representation in the action genre. Media Education Journal, (62), 3-6.

  • Barrett, K., & Macnair, E. (2016). Teaching Mad Max: Fury Road. In Association for Media Education in Scotland (AMES): How good is our creativity?. Forth Valley College, Stirling Campus, United Kingdom.

  • Barrett, K. (2016). Looking at Scottish Cinema. AMES Media Education Journal, (59), 20-24.

  • Barrett, K., & Rennie, F. M. (2016). Media as an educative tool for development of creative practice & critical thought. In 9th Media Education Summit. Conference held at John Cabot University, Rome.

  • Barrett, K. (2015). Focus on independent films. In Nigerian-Scottish Film Odyssey: Industry Day, Glasgow.

  • Barrett, K. (2015). Industry spotlight: Production. In B. Nowland, & Z. Finch (Eds.), Directory of World Cinema SCOTLAND (Vol. 27, pp. 11-17). Intellect Books.

  • Barrett, K. (2015). Towards a national Scottish cinema: Social realism, low budget filmmaking. In European Cinemas, Intercultural Meetings: Aesthetics, Politics, Industry, History: An ECREA Film Studies Section Conference. University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

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