Petrie, Duncan

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PETRIE, Duncan

PETRIE, Duncan. British (born Scotland), b. 1963. Genres: Film. Career: British Film Institute, London, England, research officer, 1990-95; University of Exeter, England, senior lecturer in English and American studies, 1996-, director of Bill Douglas Centre for the History of Cinema and Popular Culture, 1996-2002, School of English, reader in film, 2001-. Lecturer/guest lecturer at universities worldwide. London Consortium, faculty member, 1993-. Publications: Creativity and Constraint in the British Film Industry, 1991; The British Cinematographer, 1996; Screening Scotland, 2000. EDITOR: (and author of intro.) Screening Europe: Image and Identity in Contemporary European Cinema, 1992; (and author of intro) New Questions of British Cinema, 1992; (with E. Dick and A. Noble, and contrib.) Bill Douglas: A Lanternist's Account, 1993; (and contrib.) Cinema and the Realms of Enchantment, 1993; (with J. Willis, and contrib.) Television and the Household: Reports from the BFI's Audience Tracking Study, 1995; (with C. MacCabe) New Scholarship from BFI Research, 1996; Inside Stories: Diaries of British Film-Makers at Work, 1996; (with R. Kruger) A Paul Rotha Reader, 1999. Contributor to periodicals. Address: School of English, Queen's Building, University of Exeter, Queen's Dr, Exeter EX4 4QH, England. On- line address: [email protected]