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Dr Loreta Gandolfi

Affiliated Lecturer in Film

Dr Loreta Gandolfi is an Affiliated Lecturer in Film Studies in the Centre for Film & Screen Studies, University of Cambridge.

While completing a book based on her doctoral thesis about the representation of infidelity in the films of François Truffaut and Eric Rohmer, she is preparing a documentary about the impact of Pasolini’s documentary practice. Other research interests include women’s cinema, the onscreen representation of childhood and adolescence, Italian-Austrian cinematic relations, African cinemas, transnational cinema.

She worked as an International Programmer for several film festivals, such as the Cambridge Film Festival (UK), the Black Nights Film Festival (Estonia), the Red Sea International Film Festival (Saudi Arabia). She currently is a Senior Curator at the Festival Internacional de Cine de Cartagena de Indias in Colombia, the oldest film festival in Latin America.

She freelances in the ‘Interviews’ sections of international film journals.
She is a member of the European Film Academy.

Email: lbg22@cam.ac.uk

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Two new Assistant Professors join the Centre for Film and Screen

27 April 2022

The Centre for Film and Screen is delighted to announce that we have recently appointed two new Assistant Professors in Film and Screen Studies. Kareem Estefan and Xin Peng will be joining the Centre in September 2022 and will also both make History of Art their departmental home. These appointments result from and respond...