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Dr Lindsay Anne Hallam

Senior Lecturer

Moving Image Research Centre (MIRC), University of East London, Media and Screen

Lindsay Hallam is co-Programme Leader of the BA Film course. She teaches across many modules, in the areas of film theory, film history, and film production.

    BA (Hons), PhD, FHEA


    To see the full list of Lindsay's publications, go to:

    Lindsay's primary research interests are horror in film and television. For a full list of all of Lindsay's publications, visit this link:


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    Devil's Advocate - Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me

    Lindsay Hallam. 2018. Auteur Press.

    "Women's Films: Melodrama and Women's Trauma in the Films of David Lynch", in Women of Lynch, edited by David Bushman and Scott Ryan.

    Lindsay Hallam. 2019.

    Touching the Colour and Sound of Your Body's Tears: Affect and Homage in the Neo-Giallo

    Lindsay Hallam. 2017. 16:9.

    'Why are there always three?': The Gothic Occult in Dario Argento's Three Mothers Trilogy

    Lindsay Hallam. 2017. Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Studies, Volume 5, Number 2.

    May the Giant Be With You: Twin Peaks Season 2, Episode 1 and the Television Auteur

    Lindsay Hallam. 2016. Senses of Cinema, July 2016.

    Dr. de Sade: A Sadean Approach to Representations of Mad Science in Horror Cinema

    Lindsay Hallam. 2014. Transnational Horror Across Visual Media: Fragmented Nightmares. Routledge.

    Kill Lists: Sade, Cinema and the Language of the Torturer

    Lindsay Hallam. 2014. Critical Insights: Violence in Literature. Salem Press..

    A Beautiful Life of Evil and Hate: The Vampire-Witch in Mario Bava's Black Sunday

    Lindsay Hallam. 2014. Dracula's Daughters: The Female Vampire on Film. Salem Press..

    Screening the Marquis de Sade: Pleasure, Pain and the Transgressive Body in Film

    Lindsay Anne Hallam. 2012. McFarland.

    Genre Cinema as Trauma Cinema: Post 9/11 Trauma and the Rise of 'Torture Porn' in Recent Horror Films

    Lindsay Hallam. 2010. Trauma, Media, Art: New Perspectives. Cambridge Scholars Publishing..

    "100% Sadist": Violence is Sex in Takashi Miike's Ichi the Killer

    Lindsay Hallam. 2009. Asian Cinema Journal, Volume 20, Issue 2..





    Lindsay is the co-Programme Leader for Film, along with Johannes Maier.

    She is also the module leader on MS4203 Film History, and teaches on MS4202 Film Analysis, MS5202 Critical Theory, MS5203 Film, History, Memory, MS6202 Cinema of Affect, MS6203 European and World Cinemas.

    Lindsay teaches across the following modules on the BA Film course:
    MS4012 Aesthetics and Technologies
    MS4020 Media Cultures
    MS4016 Film History
    MS5206 Cinematics 2
    MS5207 Critical Theory
    MS5205 Professional Practice
    MA6201 Cinematics 3
    MS6202 Cinema of Affect
    MS6203 European and World Cinema

    MA Filmmaking:
    MS7515 Documentary Cinema
    MS7502 Audiovision