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PhD Students

Centre for Film and Screen


Jules O'Dwyer

Jules O’Dwyer is a Wolfson Scholar and doctoral candidate working across
French and Film Studies at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. His project explores
cinematic articulations of ‘queer space’ by placing queer theory and
film-philosophy into dialogue with a number of works by French and
Francophone artists.

He is a previous recipient of the Association for Studies in French
Cinema’s undergraduate and postgraduate essay prizes (2014 & 2016
respectively) and currently serves as an assistant editor at World

Forthcoming publications include articles on Resnais and Marker’s
ethnographic filmmaking and two books chapters—one on the intermedial
experimentation of Henri Michaux, and a second on extreme aesthetics and
the stardom of Isabelle Huppert.