Supervision

Belinda is available to supervise students undertaking PhD and MA theses in film studies, television studies and related disciplines.

She has supervised a range of topics as a primary supervisor and some of these include:

Masters by Research

Belinda Glynn. Genre, ambiguity and the shifting star persona of Cary Grant. Awarded 2016.

PhD

Meg Johnson. Peripheral visions: the refugee-focussed documentary film in “Howard’s Australia.” Awarded 2010

Sian Mitchell. Human nature: popular representations of psychoanalysis in the films of Charlie Kaufman. Awarded 2012

Janice Loreck. Difficult subjects: women, violence and subjectivity in distinguished cinema. Awarded 2014.

Sonia Tascon. Human rights film festivals: activism in context. Awarded 2016.

Parichay Patra. A transnational history of the Indian New Wave: memories, movements, auteurs. Awarded 2016.

Melanie Chillianis. Fading Out, Fading In: Investigating the Relations Between Epilepsy, Electronic Music, and Gender. Awarded 2017.