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Series Editors' Foreword Acknowledgements Introduction - Kate Ince 1 Olivier Assayas and The Cinema af Catastrophe - Paul Sutton 2 Jacques Audiard: Contesting Filiations - Julia Dobson 3 Ethics in The Ruin of Politics: The Dardenne Brothers - Martin O'shaughnessy 4 Close Encounters with Distant Suffering: Michael Haneke's Disarming Visions - Libby Saxton 5 Francois Ozon's Cinema of Desire - Kate Ince Conclusion - Kate Ince Filmographies Index

Tamsyn Dent and Kate Ince review WFTHN’s 2014 conference by Tamsyn Dent Conferences are a great way to get away from the computer screen, share ideas, thoughts on research and catch up with other academics from related fields. The 2nd ‘Doing …

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    Series Editors' Foreword Acknowledgements Introduction - Kate Ince 1 Olivier Assayas and The Cinema af Catastrophe - Paul Sutton 2 Jacques Audiard: Contesting Filiations - Julia Dobson 3 Ethics in The Ruin of Politics: The Dardenne Brothers - Martin O'shaughnessy 4 Close Encounters with Distant Suffering: Michael Haneke's Disarming Visions - Libby Saxton 5 Francois Ozon's Cinema of Desire - Kate Ince Conclusion - Kate Ince Filmographies Index

    Kate Ince is a Reader in French Film and Gender Studies at the University of Birmingham. Her research currently focuses on women’s cinema and French film theory. Kate has co-edited books on women’s erotic writing, , and , and written a study of the performance artist and a monograph on the film director . She is also the editor of a volume of essays on . At present, she is co-editing and authoring a critical edition of writings from the French filmology movement and working on a book on female subjectivity in the work of French and British women directors. Kate is interested in the diversification of French heritage cinema since 2000.