Her research explores feminism and gender cultures through popular media and she has written extensively about women filmmakers, postfeminist media and the gendering of popular genres.
This is the first book to critically investigate the notion of non-place, using of the author’s own urban landscape photography, as well as examples from world famous photographers.
She holds a PhD in Journalism and Media Studies from City University of Hong Kong.
She holds a PhD in Communication from the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics.
This film festival focuses on virtual reality and the nature of experience in an age of immersive media.