Kim Wilkins

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Publikasjoner

Publications

Books

American Eccentric Cinema New York: Bloomsbury Academic Publishing, 2019.

Edited collections

ReFocus: The Films of Spike Jonze Kim Wilkins and Wyatt Moss-Wellington, (eds). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. (forthcoming September, 2019)

Book Chapters

"Ripples of the American New Wave: The Problem of Mythologising the Sundance-Miramax era" in New Wave, New Hollywood: Gender, Reassessment, Recovery and Legacy, edited by Gregory Frame and Nathan Abrams (accepted, under contract 12/6/2019)

"These violent delights: Navigating Westworld as “quality” television" In Reading Westworld, edited by Antonia MacKay and Alex Goody. (2019), 23-41, London: Palgrave Macmillan.

"‘You can be John Malkovich’: Crisis and Celebrity in Being John Malkovich" In ReFocus: The Films of Spike Jonze, edited by Kim Wilkins and Wyatt Moss-Wellington. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. (forthcoming September, 2019).

"Cast of Characters: Wes Anderson and Pure Cinematic Characterization." In Wes Anderson: Critical Essays on and Indiewood Icon, edited by Peter C. Kunze (2014), 25-39. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Journal articles:

"Assembled Worlds: Intertextuality and Sincerity in the films of Wes Anderson" – Special edition: Wes Anderson, Texas Studies in Literature and Language 60.2 (2018).

"‘I don’t know who I am most of the time’: Constructed Identity in Todd Haynes’ I’m Not There." Film Criticism 41.1 (2017).

"‘This, please, cannot be that’: The Constructed World of P.T. Anderson’s Magnolia." Sydney Studies in English. 42. (2016): 59-85. Print.

"The Sounds of Silence: Hyper-Dialogue and American Eccentricity." New Review of Film and Television Studies 11.4 (2013): 403-23.

Film and Book Reviews:

"Ortner, Sherry B., Not Hollywood: Independent Film at the Twilight of the American Dream." (book review) Media International Australia No 146, February 2013 (Investigating Public Service Media as Hybrid Arrangements):198-199.

"Everybody Wants Some!!" Australian Book Review, Arts Update, June 2016. Online.

"The Daughter." Australian Book Review. May 2016, No. 381

"Mad Max: Fury Road." Australian Book Review. June-July 2015, No. 372.

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  • Wilkins, Kim (2021). Creative Resistance: Noah Baumbach’s Literary Filmography.
  • Wilkins, Kim (2020). Verdens første møte med Disney-prinsessen. Avisa Vårt land.
  • Wilkins, Kim (2020). Indie Courtship: Pursuing the American New Wave.
  • Wilkins, Kim (2020). Review of Rob Stone's "Before the End" Video Essay. [in]Transition. 7(3). Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Wilkins, Kim (2019). Celebrating 20 Years of Spike Jonze’s ‘Being John Malkovich. Edinburgh University Press Blog.
  • Wilkins, Kim (2019). Interview about new book "American Eccentric Cinema" . [TV]. TRT World.
  • Wilkins, Kim (2016). The Daughter. Australian Book Review. ISSN 0155-2864.
  • Wilkins, Kim (2016). Everybody Wants Some!! Australian Book Review. ISSN 0155-2864.
  • Wilkins, Kim (2015). Mad Max: Fury Road. Australian Book Review. ISSN 0155-2864.

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