From Paintbrush to Pixel
Edited By Wendy Everett
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Notes on Contributors LAURE BROST is based in the Department of Film, Television, and Media Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is currently completing her PhD thesis on Chromatic Reticulations: Diacritical, Tropical and Kinetic Uses of Color in Film, and has given research papers on colour at a number of recent international film conferences. RAPHAËLLE COSTA-DE-BEAUREGARD is Professor of English and American Literature and Cinema at Toulouse Le Mirail University, France. Her research specialisms include Tudor literature and paint- ing, classical Hollywood cinema, and the aesthetic continuity between Shakespeare and Early Cinema, with particular reference to melo- drama and colour. Recent publications include Nicholas Hilliard et l’imaginaire élisabéthain (Paris: CNRS, 1991), and Silent Eliza- bethans – The Language of Color in the Miniatures of Nicholas Hilliard and Isaac Oliver (Montpellier: CERRA, 2000), in addition to a number of edited books and articles. In 1990, she founded SERCIA (Société d’Etudes et de Recherche sur le Cinéma Anglo-Saxon). WENDY EVERETT is Reader in Film Studies and French at the University of Bath. Her principal research interests are in European cinema, and recently published books include European Identity in Cinema (Intellect, revised and updated edition, 2006), Revisiting Space. Space and Place in European Cinema (Peter Lang 2005; jointly edited with Axel Goodbody), Cultures of Exile. Images of Displacement (Berghahn Books, 2004; jointly edited with Peter Wagstaff), and a study of the British director Terence Davies (Man- chester University Press, 2004). Recent journal articles and book chapters include...
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