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This article uses Joe Wright's 2007 adaptation of Ian McEwan's novel Atonement to argue that one of the key features of adaptations is the foregrounding of the media. It suggests that this feature is a way of creating a knowing audience (as discussed for instance by Hutcheon and Leitch) out of...
Since the mid-nineties, feminist film scholars have increasingly paid scholarly attention to lesbian directors of independent and commercial cinema. The same has not been true for lesbian screenwriters. Given that more women write than direct, their inclusion in feminist film scholarship is long...
This essay analyzes Jean-Dominique Baubys 1997 memoir of his experience with Locked-In Syndrome and Julian Schnabels 2007 film adaptation of that memoir as elements of a Diving Bell and the Butterfly multitext, a multigeneric and multiauthored life narrative that has developed through several...
Fourteen years after its first airing, screen writer Andrew Davies 1995 adaptation of Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice remains a benchmark against which Austen adaptation is popularly measured. Noted for its sexing up of period drama, the adaptation ostensibly addresses modern...
The importance of adaptation in studies of the American structural film movement has been underestimated. Three works by Owen Land (George Landow) from the 1970s are analysed in depth: Remedial Reading Comprehension, Wide Angle Saxon, and On the Marriage Broker Joke in Sigmund Freud's Jokes and...
This article examines some of the recent essay collections devoted to cinematic and televisual adaptations of Jane Austen's novels, locating them within the Austen on Screen discipline. It argues that the area would benefit from more interdisciplinary scholarship as exemplified in one of the...
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