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About Kerry Gough

Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Theory at Birmingham City University
2502, 2015

For cinema goers, the future’s bright just not so Orange anymore!

By |February 25th, 2015|In The News, Opinion|Comments Off

Dr Kerry Gough, Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Theory at Birmingham City University

As the ubiquitous Orange Wednesdays offer rolls its end credits, the end of an era in cinema exhibition concession practice is marked. Orange Wednesdays represented one of the major UK cinema-going incentives of the last 10 years. However, the end of the offer […]

2511, 2013

Masters of the Whoniverse: The 50th Anniversary of Time and Relative Dimension in Space

By |November 25th, 2013|In The News|Comments Off

Dr Kerry Gough, Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Theory at Birmingham City University, reflects on the success of the Doctor Who series.

As a direct result of the series’ longevity as the longest running show in time and relative dimension in space, we are all well-versed in the Whoniverse. Travelling through ‘Time and Relative Dimension […]

2101, 2013

Excuse the Porn: No Pain, No Gain – BBFC and the Limits of Horror

By |January 21st, 2013|Opinion|10 Comments

Dr Kerry Gough, Lecturer in Film, Television and Media Theory at Birmingham City University, discusses the new British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) guidelines regarding sexual and sadistic violence in films coming into effect today.

While some have questioned the legitimacy of film censorship and classification in the new media environment, recent public concern over the […]