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University of Leicester launch for new book on UK horror films in the 21st century
University of Leicester’s Professor James Chapman discusses the up and coming release of the new 007 film Skyfall
Documentary-maker and British Academy Award winner.
Batman returns to cinemas for the Dark Knight Rises this month (July 20) - but unless he has invested in a new cape, he may fall into some trouble.
The name’s Chapman, James Chapman*
A regular review from the Press Office of coverage of the University in the media.
A special season of jaw-dropping Latin American popular cinema - starting tomorrow, Friday 2 March.
It’s not all spreadsheets and Powerpoint in our School of Management!
As details of the franchise's 23rd movie are announced, Professor James Chapman reassures fans that James Bond will be as explosive as ever
Five years of hosting regional film resource comes to an end.
The Stanley Burton Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, which is based at the University of Leicester, presents two important public lectures next week.
Film is a great way to engage people in conservation matters but usually those films and TV programmes are made by professional wildlife film-makers. Which is fine for global audiences, but if a film with a conservation message is aimed at a community, wouldn’t it be better if it was made by someone in that community?