skip to content

PhD Students

Centre for Film and Screen

 

Alice Thorpe

Alice Thorpe is a third-year, AHRC-funded PhD student in the Faculty of English. Her research is focused on classical Hollywood cinema, and draws upon architectural theory in investigating the ways in which space functions in the built sets of the studio era as a bearer of narrative meaning across different genre narratives. Her broader research interests are primarily in twentieth-century British and American film and literature, and she completed a BA in English & Related Literature at the University of York before coming to Cambridge in 2013 to study for the MPhil in Screen Media & Cultures, writing her MPhil thesis on the work of Nicholas Ray.

>Email: at652@cam.ac.uk

Screenings and Events

Picturing Austrian Cinema Symposium

19 September 2018

22nd – 23rd September 2018 Michael Haneke, the director of the Vienna Film Academy, is to attend the third edition of Picturing Austrian Cinema, a Cambridge Research Symposium to be held at Queen’s College, Cambridge on 22nd - 23rd September 2018. According to the symposium's founder Dr Frederick Baker (Centre for Film and...