Dr Kate Woodward

BA Drama ac Astudiaethau Theatr, MA Astudiaethau Theatr Ffilm a Theledu

Dr Kate Woodward

Senior Lecturer in Film Studies

Department of Theatre, Film & Television Studies

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Kate Woodward's current and ongoing areas of research focus on Welsh film (both Welsh and English language), Welsh film history, contemporary Welsh film, cultural policy and cultural institutions including S4C and the Arts Council of Wales. Current and recent projects include an exploration of location, space and place in Hinterland / Y Gwyll, a study of Welsh language music documentaries, landscape and the concept of the border in the film On the Black Hill (1987), and cultural policy since devolution.


Skaines, RL, Rudd, JA, Casaliggi, C, Hayhurst, EA, Horry, R, Ross, H & Woodward, K 2021, Using Interactive Digital Narrative in Science and Health Communication. Emerald Points, Emerald Group Publishing. 10.1108/9781839097607
Woodward, K 2019, ''Gall Sbarcs a Gwreichion Gynnau Tan': Llunyddiaeth Gwyn Thomas a Datblygiad y Ffilm Gymraeg', Llên Cymru, vol. 42, no. 1. 10.16922/lc.42.6
Woodward, K 2019, ‘It’s not where you’re from…It’s where you’re between’: Exile, hybridity and Post-devolution Welsh Music Documentaries. in Welsh Documentary Film Cultures. Documentary Film Cultures, Peter Lang.
Woodward, K 2016, 'Off-road and off beat: Gadael Lenin, American Interior and the transnational focus of Welsh art cinema', Journal of British Cinema and Television, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 292-311. 10.3366/jbctv.2016.0314
Woodward, K 2016, ‘Here is Wales, there England’: Contested borders and blurred boundaries in On the Black Hill. in P Newland (ed.), British Rural Landscapes on Film. Manchester University Press, pp. 103-118. 10.7228/manchester/9780719091575.003.0007
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