Wyatt Moss-Wellington, “Warwick Thornton’s Emotional Landscapes: Indigenous Cinema and Cultural Autonomy in Australia,” Film Criticism 48, no 1 (2024): https://doi.org/10.3998/fc.5692 Ming-Yeh Rawnsley, Wyatt Moss-Wellington, and Yat Ming Loo, “Representation of Intersectional and Cultural Identities in Taiwanese-Language Port City Cinema,” East Asian Journal of Popular Culture 10, no. 1(2024): https://doi.org/10.1386/eapc_00117_1

I have a chapter in Carl Plantinga’s edited collection on Screen Stories and Moral Understanding titled “On Reflecting on Reflections: The Moral Afterlife and Screen Studies.” The chapter makes a case for extended periods of reflection as the quality that sets screen studies scholarship apart from other communities engaged with film and screen media, like… Read more